Biblical Languages

If you are looking for serious growth in your understanding of Scripture and theology, we're glad you're looking at the emphasis in Biblical Languages.* Cultivating faithful interpreters of the Bible is foundational not only to this emphasis, but all we do at Fuller. Whether you plan on further doctoral study or just want to be more informed in your reading of Scripture, you'll learn foundational tools to engage the Hebrew Bible and the Greek New Testament in their original languages.

Featured Faculty

Curriculum Requirements

To earn an emphasis in Biblical Languages*, students must fulfill the emphasis requirements (16 units) listed below:

Required Courses:

LG502 (A/B) Beginning Hebrew - 8 units

LG512 (A/B) Beginning Greek - 8 units

Scheduled Courses

Beginnning Hebrew

LG502 (A/B)

The following scheduled courses fulfill this emphasis requirement.

Catalog Number Course Title Faculty Term Location
LG502 Beginning Hebrew (Intensive) Thomas, Matthew A. Winter 2015 Pasadena
LG502A
LG502B
Beginning Hebrew Caudill, Norah W. Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Irvine
LG502A
LG502B
Beginning Hebrew Koeker, John D. Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Menlo Park
LG502A
LG502B
Beginning Hebrew Riley, Jason A. Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Pasadena
LG502A
LG502B
Beginning Hebrew Parker, Thomas C. Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Phoenix
LG502A
LG502B
Beginning Hebrew Williams, Renee A. Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Seattle

Beginning Greek

LG512 (A/B)

The following scheduled courses fulfill this emphasis requirement.

Catalog Number Course Title Faculty Term Location
LG512 Beginning Greek (Intensive) Bacon, Courtney E. Spring 2015 Pasadena
LG512A
LG512B
Beginning Greek Reardon, Timothy Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Pasadena
LG512A
LG512B
Beginning Greek Parris, David P. Fall 2014
WInter 2015
Colorado
LG512A
LG512B
Beginning Greek Davis, James A. Fall 2014
WInter 2015
Texas
LG512A
LG512B
Beginning Greek Hill, Craig A. Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Irvine
LG512A
LG512B
Beginning Greek Rodgers, Peter R. Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Sacramento
LG512A
LG512B
Beginning Greek Williams, Renee A. Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Seattle

Emphasis courses are scheduled on a rotation and may not be available every quarter. For descriptions of courses that fulfill this emphasis, please visit the Academic Catalog.

*The emphasis in Biblical Studies and Theology will be discontinued and replaced by the emphasis in Biblical Languages effective Fall 2014. For information on the current Biblical Studies and Theology emphasis track, contact your academic advisor.

Contact
(626) 584-5200
(800) 235-2222
135 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91182

Directions/Maps

Admissions
admissions@fuller.edu