Language Studies

Simplified Hebrew
Through the use of the 1000 illustrations in the Living Biblical Hebrew course, you will acquire an extensive Hebrew vocabulary and learn to properly identify grammatical points in a biblical text.

New Testament Greek I
This class is a general overview of New Testament Greek grammar and syntax. We will begin translating from Greek to English during the second class period, learning grammar, syntax, exegesis, and diagramming. There is little memorization required in this course because we focus on using tools like Greek-English interlinears and analytical lexicons.

New Testament Greek II
This class is a general review of New Testament Greek grammar with an emphasis on syntax. We will translate the book of Colossians from Greek to English, learning more grammar, syntax, exegesis, and diagramming.

There is little memorization required in this course because we focus on using tools like a Greek-English Interlinear, Analytical Lexicon, Manual Grammar, and Commentaries by A.T. Robertson and Kenneth S. Wuest. You will do research on your own and then come together for a time of discussion and sharing your findings.

Tagalog / Filipino
This course is designed to enable internationalstudents to gain a basic ability to communicate and build relationships with Tagalog-speaking people. Focus will be on developing conversational skills and understanding the fundamentals of the Tagalog language.

Learning conversational vocabulary and phrases help non-Tagalog speaking students reach out and share the love of Christ. Our goal is that students connect with people of the local language(dialect) and culture, for personal growth and for God’s glory.

Note: Please see registrar if interested in Tagalog/Pilipino

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