Doctor of Theology New Testament
Writings of Luke
The Th.D. in New Testament with an emphasis in the Writings of Luke requires thirty-nine (39) semester hours to graduate. The program focuses heavily upon the Greek translation of Luke’s writings. (Hebrews is included as potentially being authored by Luke). The student will learn Luke’s vocabulary, syntax, style, and theology through the coursework and translation work.
Students must complete both the Theological Comprehensive Exams and a Dissertation.
|NTRS8000||Studies in Luke||Faculty Advisor||3 Credits|
|NTRS8100||Studies in Acts||Faculty Advisor||3|
|NTBB8250||Studies in Hebrews||Faculty Advisor||3|
|NTGR8000||Greek: Luke (Part 1)||Faculty Advisor||3|
|NTGR8010||Greek: Luke (Part 2)||Faculty Advisor||3|
|NTGR8100||Greek: Acts: Peter Account||Faculty Advisor||3|
|NTGR8150||Greek: Acts: Paul Account||Faculty Advisor||3|
|NtGR8250||Greek: Hebrews||Faculty Advisor||3|
|THRS8000||Research & Writing for Th.D.||Faculty Advisor||3|
|THEX8000||Theological Comprehensive Exams||Program Advisor||3|
|THRS9000||Dissertation Proposal||Program Advisor||3|