Biblical Language

Students interested in continuing Bible or theology training beyond the undergraduate level will find this program a useful preparation.  The program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree.


The graduate who completes this program will:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the grammar of the original languages of the Bible.
  2. Have ability to do exegetical studies in the New Testament.
  3. Have skill necessary to use Hebrew and Greek language aids.
  4. Make use of the techniques and methodologies of research to investigate Bible and theology related problems.
  5. Relate the principles of Biblical interpretation and language studies to researching problems.
  6. Have attained exposure to a broad range of subject areas as a foundation for further study.
  7. Be able to do work in a graduate program.

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Dr. Carl Johnson - Biblical Language Department Chair

Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois - Bachelor of Music Education (BME) & Master of Music (MM)

Arlington Baptist College - BA General Studies

Dallas Baptist University - Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (MABS)

The University of Texas at Arlington - PhD Linguistics