Learning to Interpret Scripture

DBS506E - Learning to Interpret Scripture.  Lectures By:  Todd Miles, Ph.D. In this course you will study the foundational principles and interpretive procedures of the grammatical-historical method of biblical interpretation. You will also apply these principles and procedures in actual Bible study, using the English Bible. Strongly Recommended during the first year of M.A. or M.Div. studies. 4 credits or 4 Learning Units. 

DBS 506XE - Learning to Interpret Scripture, Part 1. Lectures By:  Todd Miles, Ph.D. 2 credits or 2 Learning Units. 

DBS 506YE - Learning to Interpret Scripture, Part 2. Lectures By:  Todd Miles, Ph.D. 2 credits or 2 Learning Units. 

DBS 507E - Advanced Hermeneutics.  Lectures By:  Todd Miles, Ph.D. The purpose of this class is to investigate biblical interpretation in light of current theological, philosophical, ecclesiological, historical and social challenges. The student will be exposed to current scholarship on a variety of hermeneutical topics and will learn to both defend and demonstrate the authority of the whole of Scripture by interpreting to hear the Word of God. 2 credits or 2 learning units. 

DBS 516E - Learning to Interpret Scripture. (MA Counseling and MAIS student only).  Lectures By:  Todd L. Miles, Ph.D. In this course you will study the foundational principles and interpretive procedures of the grammatical-historical method of biblical interpretation. You will also apply these principles and procedures in actual Bible study, using the English Bible. Required for MA-Counseling, MAFT, and MAIS students only; other degree students enroll in DBS 506. 2 credits. 

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