2023-2024 Catalog


BIB - Bible

BIB-103 Vocational Formation

An analysis of the history and theology of vocation in the Christian tradition and its application in students' lives. This includes reflection on one's understanding of vocation and its implications on their faith, work, homelife, communities, and workplaces. Students will identify and develop spiritual practices that attend to their vocational identity.


BIB-120 The Bible As Literature

This course will provide practical insight rooted in the "grand drama" of the biblical story, including key persons, events, and genres. The content will present ways in which a Christ follower finds their identity and purpose as they engage with the stories, letters, poems, prophecies, histories, etc., contained within the Bible's bigger story. Students will explore the various categories of literature within the Bible, such as Law, History, Poetry & Wisdom, Prophecy, Gospels, and Letters, while learning how to approach the Scriptures with insight and wisdom.


BIB-121 Bible Journeys

This course introduces four overarching themes in the Bible: Creation, the Fall, Redemption, and Restoration. Throughout the journey, students will explore how the Bible describes humanity's cycle of self-destruction and the Messiah who will restore the covenant partners between God and humans. Students will study the origins, content, and purpose of the Bible and learn how to approach the Scriptures with insight and wisdom.

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