Course Descriptions

New Testament (NT)

NT201 Intermediate Greek 1

This course will build upon and reinforce principles acquired in Biblical Greek Grammar while expanding upon the student’s foundational vocabulary. Students will also be introduced to the NT Greek syntactical systems. During this course, students will also regularly translate larger portions of Scripture.
Prerequisite or co-requisite: BB100 Introduction to Biblical Languages. Three credits.

NT202 Intermediate Greek 2

Students in this course will continue to expand their NT Greek vocabulary. At the same time, students will also penetrate deeper into NT Greek syntactical systems. During this course, students will also regularly translate larger portions of Scripture.
Prerequisite or co-requisite: NT201 Intermediate Greek 1. Three credits.

NT301 New Testament Greek Exegesis

This comprehensive course will lead the student in developing an exegetical methodology for profiting from his or her understanding of vocabulary, morphology, and syntax. Students will practice exegetical skills on an eclectic selection of Scripture, including narrative, epistolary, apocalyptic, and others. This class will show the student how to study the Word of God using the Biblical Greek language.
Prerequisites: NT202 Intermediate Greek 2. Three credits.

NT302 Greek Reading and Discourse Analysis

Students will study select portions of the New Testament to improve the student’s ability to read Greek. This course will emphasize morphology, vocabulary and syntactical recognition. Students will also gain reading and translation speed focusing on the nuances of verbs and verbals and identifying and describing clausal relationships in light of discourse analysis.
Prerequisites: NT202 Intermediate Greek 2. Three credits.

NT303 Introduction to New Testament Translation

Students will become acquainted with issues and difficulties related to the transmission and translation of the New Testament; these issues will include textual issues, synoptic issues, and issues related to Old Testament quotations and allusions. Students will also demonstrate their ability to comprehensively apply insights gained from study in linguistics and Biblical languages in their approach to New Testament translation.
Prerequisites: BT201 Problems in Bible Translation and NT201 Intermediate Greek 1. Three credits.

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