ABOUT THE CERTIFICATION
The Graduate Certification in New Testament Studies is designed for all who have interest in learning the standards of biblical interpretation, a critical introduction to the New Testament Canon, an in-depth study of the theology of the New Testament, the life and times of Christ, the early church, and the Revelation of John. Students will learn how to conduct effective study and practical application of the New Testament in the modern-day church.
This Certification is an 18-hour "stand-alone" credential.
REQUIRED CORE COURSES (18-HOURS)
Professor David W. Hester, Ph.D.
The Certification in Pauline Studies is a study of the New Testament World with focus on the fullness of time and the Greco-Roman world, a biography of Paul of Tarsus, the Jew and Gentile problem (Galatians & Romans), the Corinthian problem (I Corinthians, dealing with the troubled church), and the three prison epistles (Philippians, Ephesians, and Colossians: generosity, self-awareness, and heresy).
This Certification is an 18-hour "stand-alone" credential but will transfer into Harbinger's Master's Degree, which requires an additional 18-hours of graduate study.
REQUIRED COURSES (18-HOURS)
Professor Terry L. Edwards, PhD