You’ll use Biblical and theological lenses to see more clearly the Christian roots of the human experience. The Christian studies program builds on a core of literature, history, politics, psychology, sociology, and philosophy, with threads of the Christian tradition woven throughout. Both interdisciplinary and awe-inspiring, this program will develop your capacity for rigorous analysis, rational argumentation, creative synthesis, and compelling communication. Christian studies is offered as both a major and minor.
Philosophy & Religion
Jordan Joseph Wales
Old Testament History and LiteratureRead More about "Old Testament History and Literature"
A study of the history and theology of the Old Testament.Read More about "Old Testament History and Literature"
New Testament History and LiteratureRead More about "New Testament History and Literature"
A survey of the history and theology of the New Testament.Read More about "New Testament History and Literature"
History of Christian Thought IRead More about "History of Christian Thought I"
The development of Christian philosophical and theological thought from the close of the New Testament to 1500 A.D.Read More about "History of Christian Thought I"
Faith In Life Lecture Series
Each year the Faith in Life Lecture Series brings to campus a distinguished speaker to focus the community’s attention on the mutual importance of scholarship and personal faith.
Past lecturers have included Ken Myers, Kevin J. Vanhoozer, John W. Montgomery, Peter J. Leithart, James R. Edwards, R. Albert Mohler Jr., Ray Ortlund Jr., Gerald McDermott, Donald Kraybill, Samuel Moffett, John Piper, Keith Yandell, James Sire, Wilson Kimnach, and Helen Westra.
Pi Epsilon Alpha
Pi Epsilon Alpha is the Christian Studies honorary.