1 DIVISION OF CHRISTIAN STUDIES Martha S. Bergen, Chair The Division of Christian Studies promotes the academic study of the Bible, Biblical Languages, Christian Education, Christian Ministries, Intercultural Missions, and Theology; endeavors to assist students to respond effectively to a personal call to serve the Lord Jesus Christ; and equips God-called students for effective service in pastoral, educational, denominational, and missions ministries. Bachelor of Arts Degree: Majors Bible, Christian Education Bachelor of Science Degree: Majors Bible, Christian Education Associate of Divinity Degree: Emphasis Christian Ministry Minor for Majors in Bible: Christian Education Minors Available to All Other HLGU Students: Bible, Biblical Languages, Christian Education Goals of the Christian Studies Division 1) To give all HLGU students a foundation of Biblical knowledge through the required general education Bible survey courses. 2) To provide in-depth training in the areas of Biblical Languages, Biblical Studies, Christian Education, Christian Ministries, Intercultural Missions, and Theology. 3) To encourage the development of Christian faith in all HLGU students. 4) To prepare students for effective Christian ministry vocations. 5) To model Christian ministry founded upon biblical teachings and principles. 6) To acquaint students with opportunities for service within the Southern Baptist denomination. 7) To prepare Christian ministry students to pursue advanced degrees. 8) To provide opportunities for continuing education for the Christian community at large. Mission and Purpose of the Christian Studies Division Majors Bible The mission of the Bible Major is to provide an excellent education in the biblical, theological, and ministerial disciplines in a distinctively Christian environment that integrates Christian faith and learning in preparing graduates for both personal and career effectiveness. Christian Education The mission of the Christian Education Major is to provide an excellent education for guiding spiritual formation and practical ministry in a distinctively Christian environment that integrates Christian faith and learning in preparing graduates for personal and career effectiveness. Objectives for the Christian Studies Division Majors Bible 1) The Bible major will demonstrate an exposure to the content of all of the chapters in the Old Testament 2) The Bible major will demonstrate knowledge of Old Testament exegetical and research skills 3) The Bible major will demonstrate mastery of the content and recommended techniques associated with sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ in witnessing 4) The Bible major will demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to accomplish an inductiveexegetical Bible study and to prepare and deliver biblically-based expositional sermons 60
2 Christian Studies 61 5) The Bible major will demonstrate knowledge of introductory, exegetical, and hermeneutical issues pertinent to the content of the New Testament 6) The Bible major will demonstrate knowledge of the content and issues associated with basic Christian doctrines Christian Education 1) The Christian Education major will demonstrate an understanding of the developmental characteristics of the human lifespan (infancy through older adulthood) 2) The Christian Education major will demonstrate an understanding of Christian education and its foundational elements 3) The Christian Education major will demonstrate an understanding of Bible teaching 4) The Christian Education major will demonstrate familiarity with the Baptist distinctives 5) The Christian Education major will demonstrate familiarity with the various purposes/functions of SBC entities 6) The Christian Education major will demonstrate knowledge of leadership theory 7) The Christian Education major will demonstrate knowledge of the levels of leadership legacy Ministry Guidance Hannibal-LaGrange University offers practical guidance to students preparing for Christian ministry vocations (CMV). Ministry guidance is designed to enhance the effectiveness of those already experienced in ministry as well as to train the inexperienced. Opportunities for such guidance include weekend pulpit supply, revival/disciplenow teams, church placement for various staff positions, missions service, monthly CMV Fellowship meetings, and internships. Availability of Christian Ministry Vocations (CMV) Scholarship Financial aid is available for CMV students who are active in a local church and who believe God has called them to pursue a lifelong vocation in Christian ministry through a church, Christian agency, or missions organization. For information about eligibility requirements, see Christian Ministry Vocations Scholarship among the "Denominational Scholarships" under Financial Aid in the Financial Information section. NOTE: Students who are called to a Christian ministry vocation but who are not seeking a major under the Division of Christian Studies may also qualify for this aid. See the section cited above for specific requirements. Requirements for the BA and BS Degrees in Bible and in Christian Education 1) Complete the campuswide General Education Requirements (with the language requirement if seeking the BA) and the Graduation Requirements (see Academic Policies for both). NOTE: All majors in the Christian Studies Division may select MUS 213 (Survey of Church Music) or MUS 342 (Hymnology) to satisfy the fine arts appreciation requirement. 2) Pass each of the following Core Course Requirements with a grade of C or better: CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL MAJORS: 27 hours BIB 143 Biblical Interpretation CED 103 Survey of Christian Education CED 113 Intro to Southern Baptist Work CED 313 Church Admin & Leadership CMS 103 Philosophy of Ministry* CMS 323 CMS 443 THE 313 THE 373 Intro to Evangelism Senior Seminar Christian Ethics Christian Doctrine *CSD majors must take CMS 103 during the first fall semester of their major. 3) Pass each of the Major Course Requirements for the chosen degree program with a grade of C or better. (These requirements include the Controlled Electives under the Christian Education major.)
3 62 Programs of Study BA or BS Degree with Major in Bible (Major Course Requirements: BA degree, 41 hours; BS degree, 38 hours) BIB 213 Old Testament I BIB 233 New Testament I BIB 353 Old Testament II BIB 363 New Testament II BIB 413 Old Testament III BIB 423 New Testament III CMS 353 Foundations of Preaching CMS 361 Preaching Lab CMS 452 Introduction to Theological Field Education CMS 462 Christian Studies Internship Biblical Language Courses for the BA: To fulfill the general education language requirement, BA students must take the following: BLN 213, 233, 303, and 343 (a total of 1 required). Additional 9 Hours for BS Requirements: BS students must also take the following courses: CMS 423 (Christian Counseling), ICM 303 (Fundamentals of Intercultural Missions), and either THE 213 (Introduction to Philosophy) or THE 323 (Comparative Religions). (Language is not required.) Note: The general education requirement for 6 hours of Bible Survey is satisfied by the upper-level Bible courses. BA or BS Degree with Major in Christian Education (Major Course Requirements: BA degree, 34 hours; BS degree, 4) CED 303 CED 323 CED 333 CED 343 Foundations of Christian Education Childhood Education Youth Education Adult Education CED 373 CED 383 CMS 452 CMS 462 Ministering with Older Adults The Bible as Curriculum Introduction to Theological Field Education Christian Studies Internship Controlled Electives: As part of the Major Course Requirements for Christian Education, choose 9 hours from any additional CED, CMS, ICM courses, or from the following: EDU 202 Child Growth & Development PSY 223 Educational Psychology PSY 333 Developmental Psychology SOC 123 Marriage & the Family Courses may also be chosen from Recreation (REC) courses or from the Department of Media Communication, excluding internships and practicums. Language Requirement for the BA: To fulfill the General Education language requirement, BA students are advised to take Greek or Hebrew. Additional 9 Hours for BS Requirements: BS students must take also the following courses: CMS 423 (Christian Counseling), ICM 303 (Fundamentals of Intercultural Missions), and either THE 213 (Introduction to Philosophy) or THE 323 (Comparative Religions). (Language is not required.) Requirements for the Associate of Divinity (ADiv) Degree with Emphasis in Christian Ministry NOTE: This program of study is offered by HLGU only through Baptist Associations or authorized sites as specialized training for those working in churches and Christian ministries. It requires a minimum of 60 credit hours. 1) Complete the following General Education Requirements courses (1) ENG 104 ENG 106 English Composition I English Composition II HST 293 Church History PHL 213 Introduction to Philosophy 2) Complete 48 hours of Bible, Christian education, ministry, and theology courses as stated in the Memorandum of Understanding with the site where the courses are taught. Requirements for Minors A grade of C or better is required in all courses in a minor.
4 Christian Studies 63 MINOR FOR MAJORS IN BIBLE Christian Education hours in addition to the CED courses required in the respective major, any 18 hours from Christian Education (CED) courses and CMS 412 and 433 (Music majors must include CED 313.) MINORS AVAILABLE TO ALL OTHER HLGU STUDENTS Bible hours THE 373; 1 of any Bible course; and a 3-hour elective from BIB, CED, CMS, or THE (At least 6 of the 18 hours must be taken at the 300 or 400 level) Biblical Languages hours BLN 213, 233, 303, 343, plus 6 hours from BLN 413, 423, Christian Education hours CED 103, 313, 323, 383; BIB 143; THE 373; plus of Christian Education age-level courses (This minor is not available to Bible or Christian Education majors; see above) BIBLE Course Offerings BIB 113 Old Testament Survey Presents an overview of the entire Old Testament using a canonical approach. Provides background concerning the history, chronology, and major ideas of the Old Testament. A foundation is laid for further, more detailed Old Testament study. Offered fall and spring semesters. BIB 123 New Testament Survey Presents an overview of the literature of the New Testament; includes a study of the New Testament s historical and cultural context. Offered fall and spring semesters. BIB 143 Biblical Interpretation Introduces students to the history, methods, tools, and principles of biblical interpretation; gives particular attention to the structure and characteristics of Scripture. Emphasizes the inductive approach to Bible study. Offered spring semester. BIB 213 Old Testament I (The Torah) Examines the first five books of the Old Testament, noting relevant linguistic, historical, and archaeological information and critiquing major scholarly approaches to the Torah. Prerequisite: BIB 143 or consent of instructor. Offered every third semester, beginning fall BIB 233 New Testament I (Four Gospels) Examines the life and teachings of Christ as presented in the four gospels. Gives attention to how the four gospels harmonize. Prerequisite: BIB 143 or consent of instructor. Offered every third semester, beginning spring BIB Special Topics 1- Courses to meet special needs of students. Prerequisites: BIB 113 and 123, or BIB 143, or consent of instructor. BIB 353 Old Testament II (Joshua-Esther) Examines Israel's history from the entrance into Canaan through the early Second Temple period. Prerequisite: BIB 143 or consent of instructor. Offered every third semester, beginning fall BIB 363 New Testament II (Acts and Pauline Epistles) Presents a historical and exegetical study of Acts and the Pauline Epistles of the New Testament, emphasizing their historical background, proper interpretation, and relevant application. Prerequisite: BIB 143 or consent of instructor. Offered every third semester, beginning fall BIB Advanced Topics 1- In-depth studies in various Old and New Testament books to meet special interests and needs. Prerequisites: BIB 113 and 123, or BIB 143, or approval of the instructor. BIB 413 Old Testament III (Job-Malachi) Provides a detailed introduction to those Old Testament books classified as poetry, wisdom literature, and major and minor prophets (Job-Malachi). Prerequisites: BIB 143 and 353 or consent of instructor. Offered every third semester, beginning spring 2014.
5 64 Programs of Study BIB 423 New Testament III (Non-Pauline Epistles and Revelation) Presents a historical and exegetical study of the non-pauline Epistles of the New Testament and Revelation with emphasis upon their historical background, proper interpretation, and relevant application. Prerequisite: BIB 143 or consent of instructor. Offered every third semester, beginning fall BIB Advanced Topics 1- In-depth studies in biblically related areas emphasizing principles of research and contemporary application. Prerequisites: Junior standing, BIB 113 and 123, or BIB 143, or approval of instructor. BIBLICAL LANGUAGES BLN 213 Elementary Greek I Introduces students to the basic elements of New Testament Greek, stressing vocabulary, conjugation, declension, composition, and translation. Offered fall semester, even years. BLN 233 Introductory Hebrew I Introduces students to the basic elements of Biblical Hebrew, stressing vocabulary, syntax, and translation with some practice in vocalization. Offered fall semester, odd years. BLN 303 Elementary Greek II Provides a continuation of BLN 213. Includes translation of relatively simple passages from the Greek New Testament. Prerequisite: BLN 213. Offered spring semester, odd years. BLN 343 Introductory Hebrew II Provides a continuation of BLN 233 with an emphasis on translating relatively simple passages from the Hebrew Bible. Prerequisite: BLN 233. Offered spring semester, even years. BLN Advanced Topics 1- Courses to meet special needs of students. Prerequisite: BLN 343 or 423, as appropriate, or consent of instructor. BLN 413 Intermediate Greek I Reviews Greek grammar, with emphasis on facility in translation. Portions of the Greek New Testament will be translated with attention to methods of exegesis. Prerequisite: BLN 303. Offered upon sufficient demand. BLN 423 Intermediate Greek II Provides a continuation of BLN 413. Features further reading in the Greek New Testament with emphasis on syntax and precise exegesis. Prerequisite: BLN 413. Offered upon sufficient demand. BLN Advanced Topics 1- In-depth studies to meet special needs of students. Prerequisites: BLN 343 or 423, as appropriate, and junior standing, or consent of instructor. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CED 103 Survey of Christian Education Provides an overview of the foundations, philosophy, principles, and methods of Christian education with a comparison of modern practices to the strategies of Jesus Christ. Reviews HLG's Christian Education Program and courses and examines ministry opportunities for the Christian educator. Offered fall semester. CED 113 Introduction to Southern Baptist Work Introduces students to the heritage, history, organizational structure, and work of Southern Baptists in the local church, the association, the state convention, and the Southern Baptist Convention. (CSD majors must take this course during the first spring semester of their major.) Offered spring semester. CED Special Topics Courses to meet special needs of students. Prerequisite: CED 103 or consent of instructor. 1- CED 303 Foundations of Christian Education Examines the history and philosophy of education along with some principles of educational psychology with application for developing one's own personal philosophy of Christian education. Prerequisites: CED 103 and one of the following: CED 323, 333, 343, or 373. Offered spring semester, odd years. CED 313 Church Administration and Leadership Presents a brief review of the nature, mission, and organization of the local church, followed by an in-depth look at the principles of leadership, Christian interpersonal dynamics, and organizational management. Practical problems are considered throughout. Prerequisites: CED 103, 113; CMS 103; and junior standing. Offered fall semester, odd years.
6 Christian Studies 65 CED 323 Childhood Education Studies childhood development from birth through grade 6, presents principles and methods for reaching and teaching children. Prerequisite: CED 103. Offered spring semester, odd years. CED 333 Youth Education Studies the developmental characteristics and specific problems of youth ages 12 through 17; examines the church's role and responsibility in the education of youth. Prerequisite: CED 103. Offered fall semester, odd years. CED 343 Adult Education Examines the developmental characteristics of adults at the various stages of life and the implications of those findings for Christian education, ministry, problems, and challenges. Prerequisite: CED 103. Offered fall semester, odd years. CED 373 Ministering with Older Adults Presents a Christian perspective on the aging process, emphasizing the spiritual, social, physical, and psychological needs of older adults. Study includes structuring and evaluating a program for older adults in the church. Prerequisite: CED 103. Offered fall semester, even years. CED 383 The Bible as Curriculum Provides a workshop approach to the development of Bible teaching. Gives attention to curriculum theory and design; cognitive, affective, and behavioral taxonomies; and writing of goals and objectives for developing a teaching plan. Students will gain experience in writing and teaching Bible lesson materials. Prerequisites: CED 103 and one of the following: CED 323, 333, 343, or 373. Offered spring semester, even years. CED Advanced Topics Courses to meet special needs of students. Prerequisite: CED 103 or consent of instructor. 1- CED Advanced Topics 1- In-depth studies with an emphasis on research and creative problem-solving. Prerequisites: CED 103 and junior standing or consent of instructor. CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES CMS 103 Philosophy of Ministry Examines what a divine call means; focuses on qualities, traits, and abilities essential in a Christlike ministry with attention to attitudes and relationships. Designed to help students discover their call, professional position, function, interests, and spiritual gifts. Required for all students receiving a CMV scholarship. Offered fall semester. CMS Special Topics 1- CMS 323 Introduction to Evangelism Provides a general introduction to Christian evangelism. Includes a study of the theology, New Testament practice, and history of evangelism, as well as contemporary techniques used in the practice of evangelism. Prerequisite: CMS 103 or consent of instructor. Offered fall semester, even years. CMS 333 Pastoral Ministries Focuses on developing pastoral leadership skills; provides instruction on performing baptisms, weddings, funerals, etc. Offered upon sufficient demand. CMS 353 Foundations of Preaching Explores the biblical and historical roots of Christian preaching and the relevance and status of preaching in contemporary society. Utilizes the inductive-exegetical approach to Bible study, to provide the foundation and structure for the expository sermon. Prerequisite: BIB 143 plus six hours of Bible above the 100 level, or consent of instructor. Offered fall semester. CMS 361 Preaching Lab 1 hour Provides lab experience built upon CMS 353 (Foundations of Preaching) with emphasis on the delivery and evaluation of sermons. Prerequisite: CMS 353. Offered spring semester. CMS 363 Christian Worship Examines the church's function of worship, giving attention to its biblical basis, historical background, and role within both corporate church life and the individual Christian experience. Students will be expected to design and lead a worship experience. Prerequisite: CMS 103. Offered upon sufficient demand. CMS Advanced Topics 1-
7 66 Programs of Study CMS 412 Youth Discipleship and Evangelism Presents the processes, resources, and methods needed for developing a comprehensive strategy of youth discipleship and evangelism in the church. Prerequisite: CED 333 or consent of instructor. Offered spring semester, odd years. CMS 423 Christian Counseling Presents principles and techniques of counseling, gives attention to specific counseling situations often encountered by the church staff member. Prerequisite: PSY 113. Offered spring semester, even years. CMS 433 Youth Issues Focuses on understanding youth and their culture while preparing the Christian educator/worker to minister to youth primarily in a church setting in light of contemporary issues: youth-identity formation, generational gap, social and moral values, sexual and behavioral patterns, and social and political involvement. Prerequisite(s): CED 333 and/or PSY 333. Offered spring semester, even years. CMS 443 Senior Seminar Provides an integrative application of the educational experience of Christian Studies Division majors to contemporary ministry-related issues. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Offered spring semester. CMS 452 Introduction to Theological Field Education Prepares students for the internship experience. Includes an overview and examination of the history and philosophy of theological field education. Students will be assigned to an approved supervisor for observation and shadowing; together they will formulate objectives and goals for the fieldwork experience in CMS 462. Prerequisites: Senior status and intention to complete all graduation requirements no later than the following fall semester. Offered fall semester. CMS 462 Christian Studies Internship Focuses on fulfilling the fieldwork assignments prepared in Introduction to Theological Field Education (CMS 452). Students perform guided ministry activities under their assigned supervisors. Includes periodic progress reports and evaluations. Prerequisite: CMS 452. Offered spring semester. CMS 472 Youth Ministry Practicum Provides opportunities for a minimum of 90 hours of supervised field experience in youth ministry within a local church or community agency. Prerequisites: CED 333; CMS 412, 433. Offered by arrangement. CMS Advanced Topics 1- In-depth studies to meet special needs of students. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor. INTERCULTURAL MISSIONS ICM 111 Missions Activity 1 hour Provides students with practical experience (a minimum of three weeks) on a mission trip under preapproved, qualified supervision. Graded on a pass/fail basis. Offered by arrangement. ICM Special Topics 1- ICM 303 Fundamentals of Intercultural Missions Presents a practical approach to the skills, knowledge, and worldview needed in 21 st -century Christian missions. Addresses academic and practical topics such as historical cross-cultural models, cross-cultural living fundamentals, raising financial support, working with national organizations and personnel, and keys to effective intercultural relationships. Prerequisites: BIB 113 and 123, or BIB 143, with junior standing, or consent of instructor. Offered fall semester, even years. ICM 312 Missions Practicum Provides students with practical experience (a minimum of three weeks) on a mission trip under preapproved, qualified supervision; requires a performance evaluation and documentation of learning experiences. May be taken two times for credit. Offered by arrangement. ICM 333 Intercultural Missions Practicum Provides students with practical experience (a minimum of four weeks) on a mission trip under preapproved, qualified supervision; requires a performance evaluation and documentation of learning experiences. May be taken two times for credit. Offered by arrangement. ICM 373 International Missions Studies the history and functioning process of various mission boards with emphasis on the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. Focuses on criteria for missionaries, places of service, diversity of ministry, and process of assignments. Prerequisite: ICM 303. Offered fall semester, odd years.
8 Christian Studies 67 ICM Special Topics 1- ICM Advanced Topics 1- In-depth studies to meet special needs of students. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor. THEOLOGY THE 213 Introduction to Philosophy (same as PHL 213) Surveys the basic problems, procedures, and systems of philosophy. Assists students in developing a critical and constructive attitude toward knowledge. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Offered spring semester, odd years. THE Special Topics 1- THE 313 Christian Ethics (same as PHL 313) Studies biblical principles for personal and societal conduct. Examines contemporary cultural issues like abortion, capital punishment, sexual relationships, and war in the light of biblical teachings. Prerequisite(s): BIB 113 and 123, or BIB 143. Offered fall semester, even years. THE 323 Comparative Religions (same as PHL 323) Provides a historical and descriptive introduction to the major religions of the world. Attention is given to comparing them with orthodox Christianity. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor. Offered spring semester, even years. THE 373 Christian Doctrine Presents a systematic study of the classical categories of Christian theology, employing the tools of biblical theology, historical theology, systematic theology, and an inductive approach to biblical interpretation. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor. Offered fall semester, odd years. THE Advanced Topics 1- Courses in theology to meet special needs of students. Prerequisite: THE 373 or consent of instructor. THE Advanced Topics 1- In-depth studies to meet special needs of students. Prerequisites: THE 373 and junior standing or consent of instructor.
! Section 2 Bible & Ministry Programs Central Christian College of the Bible was established to recruit and train leaders for the church. Our educational offerings in Biblical Studies, Professional Studies,
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College of Bible and Ministry Terry Briley, Dean In keeping with the intent of the university s founders, the College of Bible and Ministry serves the entire campus community by teaching the Bible to each
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Doctor of Ministry Degree Program: General Pastoral Ministry Concentration Program Overview Purpose The purpose of the General Pastoral Ministry concentration is to offer theological leadership and education
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GRADUATE PROGRAMS 99 Tennessee Temple University offers ten graduate degree programs. The College of Arts and Sciences offers the M.Ed. in one of three concentrations. The College of Business and Leadership
Program Design for the Internship- Based Family Ministry Program Youth ministry is both an ancient and modern phenomenon, where strong Biblical patterns regularly collide with changing cultural and ministry
Academic Programs Bible/Theology Department Faculty: Dr. Steve Davis, Dr. Wesley Paddock (Department Head), Alicia Paddock, Dr. Dave Henry. Mission The Bible-Theology Department exists to educate, equip,
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