Course Descriptions - Biblical Languages

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Crucifx at Brent Chapel

 

BIBLICAL LANGUAGES

Those who wish to follow courses in fundamental or graduate-level Greek or Hebrew may contact the SeminaryAcademic Dean.  Only graduate-level language credits may be applied to graduate degree electives.

GR 501 Biblical Greek 1 2 credits

An introduction to the basic grammar, syntax and vocabulary of Koine Greek with translation of passages from the New Testament.

GR 502 Biblical Greek 2 2 credits

Selected readings and exegetical analysis in Greek New Testament from selected texts. The course will strengthen the students’ knowledge of Greek grammar, syntax and vocabulary. It will also enhance the students’ exegetical and interpretive skills.

HB 501 Biblical Hebrew 1 2 credits

An introduction to the basic grammar, syntax and vocabulary of biblical Hebrew with translation of passages from the Old Testament.

 

HB 502 Biblical Hebrew 2 2 credits

Selected readings and exegetical analysis in the Hebrew Old Testament from selected texts. The course will strengthen the students’ knowledge of biblical Hebrew grammar, syntax and vocabulary. It will also enhance the students’ exegetical and interpretive skills.

 

LT 501 Ecclesiastical Latin 1 2 credits

An introduction to the pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar of the Latin language as it has been use in the Christian Church.

LT 502 Ecclesiastical Latin 2 2 credits

Readings in Ecclesiastical Latin in all genres and from all periods of the church.  The course builds upon prior knowledge of the language, and assumes that students will have had two college semesters or Latin 501.