Master of Biblical Studies in New Testament
BSOT5000 Old Testament Introduction Dr. James Gibson 3 ONLINE BSNT5000 New Testament Introduction Mr. Stephen Rost, Th.M. 3 ONLINE NTBB6515 Romans Dr. Jimmy Hayes 3 ONLINE NTBB6516 I Corinthians Dr. Andrew Spurgeon 3 ONLINE NTBB6527 Ephesians Dr. Jimmy Hayes 3 NTBB6525 Prison Epistles Dr. Bryan Anderson 3 ONLINE NTBB6450 Revelation Dr. John Nocera 3
NTGR5000 NT Greek I: Grammar Chris McCallister 3 ONLINE NTGR5010 NT Greek II: Grammar Chris McCallister 3 ONLINE NTGR5100 NT Greek III: Syntax Dr. Andrew Carr 3 ONLINE NTGR5110 NT Greek IV: Exegesis Dr. Andrew Carr 3 ONLINE GREX6000 NT Greek Exit Exam* Program Advisor 0 NTGR6000 Greek Readings: Gospels Advisor 2 NTGR6010 Greek Readings: Epistles Advisor 2 NTGR6100 Greek Readings: Acts Advisor 2 NTGR6500 Greek Readings: LXX Advisor 2
THEO6370 Doctrine of Salvation Dr. Gino Cascieri 3 BSIN5000 Dispensational Hermeneutics Dr. J.B. Hixson 3 ONLINE THEO6850 Olivet Discourse Dr. J.B. Hixson 3 ONLINE THEO6400 Bibliology Dr. J.L. Hayes, Advisor 3
MNEP5000 Expository Preaching Dr. Soloman Patrick 3 ONLINE THRS5000 Graduate Research & Writing Advisor/Independent Study 3 THRS6000 Theological Research I Advisor 3 THRS6010 Theological Research II Advisor 3
NT Greek Exit Exam: All candidates for the MBS (New Testament) degree must successfully pass NT Greek Exit Exam with a “B” or better. Students are allowed up to three hours to complete the exam. The NGEE consists of reading four NT passages in Greek, each approximately 35 lines long (Textus Receptus: Trinitarian Bible Society). The student will translate each passage and answer a variety of questions concerning the grammar, syntax, and content of each passage. The student will complete the exam within one semester of successfully completing Greek IV with a grade of “B” or better.