Degree Programs
 

ASSOCIATE OF BIBLICAL STUDIES DEGREE PROGRAM

Upon completing the requirements for our Associate of Biblical Studies degree, you will be equipped with the fundamentals for understanding the scriptural background of the Christian faith in the context of its Hebraic foundations. Your own experience will be enriched, and you will be able to share important information with others.

Students who seek to obtain this degree must complete a total of 60 credit hours of study. Each credit hour is based on 15 virtual classroom lectures (or equivalent thereof) accompanied by lecture enhancement materials. In addition to the in-class studies, students are assigned approximately 30 hours of extra-classroom study, which results in a total of 45 hours of study for each hour of credit toward this degree.

Foundational Curriculum Credit Hours
The Hebrew Scriptures: The Bible of Jesus I 3
The Hebrew Scriptures: The Bible of Jesus II 3
Jesus: Our Hebrew Lord I 3
Jesus: Our Hebrew Lord II 3
Christianity's Hebraic Heritage I 3
Christianity's Hebraic Heritage II 3
Toward a Biblical Worldview I 3
Toward a Biblical Worldview II 3
Torah: Foundation of Biblical Teaching I 3
Torah: Foundation of Biblical Teaching II 3
Hebraic Perspectives on Family and Community 3
The Continuity of Biblical Faith 3
Israel: The People, the Land, and the Promise 3
 
General Curriculum  
Torah Survey I: Genesis 3
Torah Survey II: Exodus through Deuteronomy 3
Nevi'im Survey: Former Prophets 3
Nevi'im Survey: Latter Prophets 3
Ketuvim Survey 3
Apostolic Scriptures Survey: Gospels and Acts 3
Apostolic Scriptures Survey: Epistles and Revelation 3

Please note: Because of the concentrated nature of this degree, there are no electives. Also, some of the courses in this program are presently in development.

ASSOCIATE OF THEOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAM

Upon completing the requirements for our Associate of Theology degree, you will have a basic understanding of the development of the theology of the earliest Christian community within the setting of the Jewish matrix from which it emerged. You will find your own quest for insight into Christianity's Jewish roots enriched, and you will be able to share your understanding with others.

Students who seek to obtain this degree must complete a total of 60 credit hours of study. Each credit hour is based on 15 virtual classroom lectures (or equivalent thereof) accompanied by lecture enhancement materials. In addition to the in-class studies, students are assigned approximately 30 hours of extra-classroom study, which results in a total of 45 hours of study for each hour of credit toward this degree.

Foundational Curriculum Credit Hours
The Hebrew Scriptures: The Bible of Jesus I 3
The Hebrew Scriptures: The Bible of Jesus II 3
Jesus: Our Hebrew Lord I 3
Jesus: Our Hebrew Lord II 3
Christianity's Hebraic Heritage I 3
Christianity's Hebraic Heritage II 3
Toward a Biblical Worldview I 3
Toward a Biblical Worldview II 3
Torah: Foundation of Biblical Teaching I 3
Torah: Foundation of Biblical Teaching II 3
Hebraic Perspectives on Family and Community 3
The Continuity of Biblical Faith 3
Israel: The People, the Land, and the Promise 3
 
General Curriculum  
Talmidim: Biblical Discipleship 3
The Messiah in Jewish Thought 3
The Messiah in Christian Thought 3
Biblical Hebrew I (An Introduction) 3
Judeo-Christian Ethics 3
Ecclesiastical History 3
Avodah: Biblical Worship 3

Please note: Because of the concentrated nature of this degree, there are no electives. Also, some of the courses in this program are presently in development.

BACHELOR OF BIBLICAL STUDIES DEGREE PROGRAM

Upon completing the requirements for our Bachelor of Biblical Studies degree, you will have acquired an understanding of the importance of both the Hebrew Scriptures and the Apostolic Scriptures for the foundations of the Christian faith. You will be equipped to teach the insights that you have acquired to others in personal and professional situations.

Students who seek to obtain this degree must complete a total of 120 credit hours of study. Each credit hour is based on 15 virtual classroom lectures (or equivalent thereof) accompanied by lecture enhancement materials. In addition to the in-class studies, students are assigned approximately 30 hours of extra-classroom study, which results in a total of 45 hours of study for each hour of credit toward this degree.

Required Foundational Curriculum Credit Hours
The Hebrew Scriptures: The Bible of Jesus I 3
The Hebrew Scriptures: The Bible of Jesus II 3
Jesus: Our Hebrew Lord I 3
Jesus: Our Hebrew Lord II 3
Christianity's Hebraic Heritage I 3
Christianity's Hebraic Heritage II 3
Toward a Biblical Worldview I 3
Toward a Biblical Worldview II 3
Torah: Foundation of Biblical Teaching I 3
Torah: Foundation of Biblical Teaching II 3
Hebraic Perspectives on Family and Community 3
The Continuity of Biblical Faith 3
Israel: The People, the Land, and the Promise 3
 
Required General Curriculum  
Torah Survey I: Genesis 3
Torah Survey II: Exodus through Deuteronomy 3
Nevi'im Survey: Former Prophets 3
Nevi'im Survey: Latter Prophets 3
Ketuvim Survey 3
Apostolic Scriptures Survey: Gospels and Acts 3
Apostolic Scriptures Survey: Epistles and Revelation 3
Berakhot: Studies in Biblical and Jewish Blessings 3
Hebraic Foundations of Christian Prayer 3
Talmidim: Biblical Discipleship 3
History of Israel: The Nation 3
History of Post-Biblical Israel 3
Halakhah: Toward Biblical Lifestyles 3
Servant Leadership 3
 
General Curriculum Electives (Choose 13 Courses)  
The Biblical Calendar: Festivals and Holy Days 3
Hebraic Gender Roles 3
Biblical Health and Medicine 3
Church and Synagogue 3
Paul's Letter to the Romans 3
Flora and Fauna of Biblical Lands 3
Overview of Mishnah 3
Messianism, Apocalypticism, and Eschtology 3
Psalms: The Hebraic Hymnbook of the Early Church 3
Archaeology of Israel 3
History of Antisemitism 3
The Holocaust 3
Rabbinic Background of the Apostolic Scriptures 3
The Parables of Jesus 3
Judaeo-Christian Ethics 3
Geography of the Ancient Biblical World 3
Paul's Letter to the Romans 3
Abodah: Biblical Worship 3
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew 3
Introduction to Biblical Greek 3

Please note: Some of the courses in this program are presently in development.

BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAM

Upon completing the requirements for our Bachelor of Theology degree, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the theological foundations of the Christian faith in the context of its Jewish roots. Your own personal knowledge base will be expanded, and you will be able to use your degree to teach others in professional life.

Students who seek to obtain this degree must complete a total of 120 credit hours of study. Each credit hour is based on 15 virtual classroom lectures (or equivalent thereof) accompanied by lecture enhancement materials. In addition to the in-class studies, students are assigned approximately 30 hours of extra-classroom study, which results in a total of 45 hours of study for each hour of credit toward this degree.

Required Foundational Curriculum Credit Hours
The Hebrew Scriptures: The Bible of Jesus I 3
The Hebrew Scriptures: The Bible of Jesus II 3
Jesus: Our Hebrew Lord I 3
Jesus: Our Hebrew Lord II 3
Christianity's Hebraic Heritage I 3
Christianity's Hebraic Heritage II 3
Toward a Biblical Worldview I 3
Toward a Biblical Worldview II 3
Torah: Foundation of Biblical Teaching I 3
Torah: Foundation of Biblical Teaching II 3
Hebraic Perspectives on Family and Community 3
The Continuity of Biblical Faith 3
Israel: The People, the Land, and the Promise 3
 
Required General Curriculum  
Talmidim: Biblical Discipleship 3
The Messiah in Jewish Thought 3
The Messiah in Christian Thought 3
Biblical Hebrew I 3
Biblical Hebrew II 3
Biblical Hermeneutics and Exegesis 3
Judeo-Christian Ethics 3
Ecclesiastical History 3
Avodah: Biblical Worship 3
Servant Leadership 3
Biblical Greek I (An Introduction) 3
Biblical Greek II 3
 
General Curriculum Electives (Choose 15 Courses)  
Paul: Jewish Rabbi, Christian Apostle 3
The Biblical Calendar: Festivals and Holy Days 3
Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Origins 3
Women in Second Temple Judaism 3
Hebraic Gender Roles 3
Biblical Health and Medicine 3
Church and Synagogue 3
Judaism and Jewish Life 3
Modern Jewish Thinkers 3
Messianism, Apocalypticism, and Eschtology 3
The Holocaust 3
Rabbinic Background of the Apostolic Scriptures 3
The Parables of Jesus 3
Judaeo-Christian Ethics 3
Geography of the Ancient Biblical World 3
Contextualizing the Hebrew Scriptures 3
Pneumatology: Study of the Holy Spirit 3
Archaeology of the Land of Israel 3
History of Antisemitism 3
Overview of Covenants and the Kingdom of God 3
Religion and Social Ethics 3
Overview of Extra-Canonical Literature 3
Homiletics 3
Jewish and Christian Theology and Theologians 3
Second-Temple Judaisms: A Study in Diversity 3
Overview of the Mishnah 3

Please note: Some of the courses in this program are presently in development.

 
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