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This is the study of Biblical Hebrew that aims to help the students read the Old Testament in its original language.

The students will also be introduced to the concept of Discourse Analysis so that the understanding of the text in its context will be forefront.

No pre-requisites required.

This course assumes that the students have no prior lessons in Biblical Hebrew.

This course is a master level course worth 3 credit units.

This course will cover the history of the European church beginning with the pre-reformation and continuing through to modern day. An emphasis will be placed on the Reformation and its expansion to the present (and how it has affected the United States).

This is the comprehensive exam for graduating students in the Bachelor of Theology degree program and the Associate in Ministerial Training.

This is the comprehensive exam for the Master's Level students of PBTS that they need to take before graduation.

Although this has no bearing upon the graduation of a particular student, this however, is a measure of a Center's performance in training their students.

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