The Bible and Theology Department provides instruction in the Word of God, the tools necessary for personal study of that Word, the biblical philosophy which provides a solid foundation for living, and the scriptural motivation to put into practice scriptural standards and precepts.
- Bible & Theology, Baccalaureate Degree
- Bible & Theology / Pastoral Studies, Baccalaureate Degree & Master of Divinity Degree combined
- Biblical Studies, Associates Degree
- Bible Track, One-Year Certificate
- Life Track, One-Year Certificate
Bible & Theology Objectives
Bible & Theology Students will…
- Will possess basic biblical and theological facts as a foundation for meditation, teaching, and further study.
- Will accurately analyze, interpret, and apply biblical passages in a continuing commitment to personal Bible study.
- Will understand Scripture as the ultimate authority for their worldview and lifestyle.
- Will acquire a knowledge and understanding of God and His Word that will enhance and maintain a life-time of close, personal, and obedient relationship with Christ and His Church.
- Who choose to enter graduate/seminary study will acquire a solid education foundation to do so.
Dr. Gary Gromacki
Th.M, D. Min, Ph.D.
Department Chair of Bible & Theology, Director of Ph.D. Program in Bible & Theology, Professor of Bible & Theology
Dr. Thomas Baurain
Dean of the Seminary, Professor of Bible & Theology
Dr. Mike Dodds
Director of the CU Press, Professor of Ministry Studies
Dr. Keith Miller
Adjunct Faculty, Bible & Theology
Dr. Neil Nelson
M.Div., S.T.M., Ph.D.
Professor of New Testament
Mr. John Oglesby
Director of President’s Office, Program Director of Bible & Theology, Instructor of Bible & Theology
Dr. Luther Smith
M.A., M.A., Psy.D.
Dean of the College, Department Chair of Biblical Counseling, Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling
Mr. Joel Williamson
Professor of Biblical Languages
Bible & Theology
Rachel Carlson, a student who recently took BI115 Bible Study/Hermeneutics, writes an excellent paper on Mark 12:28–34 walking through ten basic exegetical steps discovering the meaning and application of the passage.
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