Cerificate in biblical studies (UL)

Objectives

The Certificate in Biblical Studies aims at acquiring an overview of the Bible by locating books in their original writing context. Through an introduction to various scientific methods of exegesis and a study of biblical texts, the student will become familiar with the content of the Bible and the methods of reading the Bible as the Word of God and literary corpus of antiquity


Credits obtained in the Certificate in Biblical Studies (without graduation) are transferable in the Bachelor of Theology program. Any student enrolled in the Certificate in Biblical Studies, and who wishes to continue his academic path to obtain a Baccalaureate, must either change the program for the Bachelor of Theology before the end of the last active session, or accumulate two other certificates to complete the 90 credits required to obtain a multidisciplinary Baccalaureate by cumulating three programs of 30 credits each.

Structure

The Certificate in Bible Studies has a total of 30 credits.

Compulsory courses (24 credits)


THL-2101: Biblical Greek I (FTSR: Introduction to Biblical Languages)

LOA-3000: Biblical Greek II (FTSR: Greek New Testament and Patristic)

THL-1001: Synoptic Gospels

THL-1004: The universe of the Bible

THL-1006: Introduction to Bible Interpretation (FTSR: Revelation and Theology)

THL-1024: Narrative Readings of Biblical Narratives (FTSR: Narrative Readings of the Bible)

THL-2000: Pauline Epistles and Rhetorical Readings (FTSR: Pauline Literature)

THL-2404: Exploration Project in Bible Studies (1 credit)

THL-2405: Integration Project in Bible Studies (2 credits)

Elective course (6 credits)


LOA-2010: Biblical Hebrew I (may be chosen in place of GRC-1000: Greek Bible I)

LOA-3010: Biblical Hebrew II (may be chosen in place of GRC-2000: Biblical Greek II)

PST-1020: Communication of the Word (FTSR: Issues of Church Communication)

THL-1005: The Pentateuch (FTSR: The First Books of the Bible)

THL-1040: Introduction to University Studies in Theology (1 credit)

THL-1227: Introduction to the New Testament

THL-1228: Introduction to the Old Testament

THL-2002: Ancient Christian Literature

THL-2003: The Prophets (FTSR: Prophetic and Apocalyptic Literature)

THL-2010: Evangelical Interpretation of the Writings (FTSR: Int.: Magisterial Texts) (2 credits)

THL-2202: The Psalms

THL-2203: Gospel of John and Johannine literature

THL-2205: Biblical Wisdom (FTSR: Sapiential Literature)

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