Step into the Great Conversation that has continued across time and around the world about what it looks like for each person to take up their place in God's ongoing work of restoring wholeness to the world. Through this course of study, you will become a gracious participant in the worldwide, multi-ethnic, multi-generational Christian communion as a reflection of God’s good news to the world.
Biblical Interpretation- Featured Courses
Being In The Word
This class will introduce students to the Bible in all its complex and multifaceted glory. Students will gain an understanding of the major sections of the Bible (the Torah, the histories, the Psalter, the Prophets, The Gospels, the Letters of Paul, etc.). They will discern the major themes in these texts and their relevance for ministry in the 21st century. They will also discuss issues of authorship, setting, and the major interpretative approaches to these texts throughout church history. The goal is to open up the whole Bible as a resource for ministry and spiritual formation.
Introduction To Biblical Exegesis For Preaching And Teaching
This course introduces students to responsible interpretation (or “exegesis”) of the Bible (both Old and New Testaments). The course focuses on the hands-on, practical skills in reading the biblical text carefully in its literary and historical/cultural context, to understand its message for today. Students will be introduced to the process of exegesis, applying each step in the process to two significant biblical passages (one Old Testament and one New Testament). Significant attention will also be paid to researching and writing an exegesis paper as a basis for teaching and preaching in the church.
Old Testament Poetry
This course focuses on hands-on, practical skills in reading the biblical text carefully in its literary and historical/cultural context to understand its message for today. The focus will be placed on Old Testament poetic and prophetic books as case studies in exegesis. Significant attention will also be paid to the process of researching and writing an exegesis paper as a basis for teaching and preaching in the church. This course may be repeated if the topic differs.
Let us not tire of preaching love; it is the force that will overcome the world.”
Faithful Teacher | Interpreter | Communicator
For Anna Santana, delving into the Scriptures opened her eyes to the calling God had placed on her life to be a teacher. Anna's preparation at Northeastern Seminary allowed her to develop her talent for connecting with others to faithfully interpret and communicate God's word.
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