Martin Luther said, “We will not long preserve the gospel without the languages.” The same can be said about the Western tradition. That’s why we’ve developed one of the most unique MA language programs in America, studying Reformed Theology using Greek, Hebrew, and Latin.
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|Term||Year A||Year B||Year A/B|
|Jerusalem||Translation Theory and the Work of Theology I (2 credits)||Reformed Systematics I (2 credits)||M.A. Thesis Project (4 credits)|
|Nicea||Translation Theory and the Work of Theology II (2 credits)||Reformed Systematics II (2 credits)||Year-long Wenden House Translation Projects and Assigned Readings (4 Credits)|
|Chalcedon||Translation Theory and the Work of Theology III (2 credits)||Reformed Systematics III (2 credits)|
|Westminster||Translation Theory and the Work of Theology IV (2 credits)||Reformed Systematics IV (2 credits)|
How is it that Paul and James in the New Testament can read the story of Abraham, and come to seemingly incongruent conclusions? Paul finds clear evidence of justification by faith and James sees an exhortation to do good works.
Hebrew expert Dr. Edwards investigates the story of Abraham, finding evidence for both Paul and James. It’s something most of us miss. The webinar is over but you can watch the recording here.
While many of us can read, we remain illiterate. As Dr. Edwards explains, our “sloth and vanity” keep us from actually comprehending what our eyes scan. Here, he explains what keeps us from reading well and tells us how to fix illiteracy.
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