Theology

Interpreting the Word

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Religion with a concentration in Theology or minor is for the student who wishes to go deeper into God’s Word, examine its impact on today’s culture and the Church, and focus on the study of what the Bible actually says, as well as the historical context and impact of denominational interpretations.

Professors not only have advanced degrees but also have a wealth of experience in applying biblical truth to ministry and daily life.

Studying theology is an excellent way to explore and develop one’s faith, and adding it to other courses of study is very manageable. Students learn not just theology; but also how to think theologically. Students find answers to questions and leave with more questions to keep considering.

Theology Students
  • Deepen your understanding of Christian doctrine.
  • Learn about the historic development of Christianity and its various traditions.
  • Compare your own faith tradition with other major Christian traditions.
  • Relate Christian thought to other disciplines of knowledge.
  • And so much more!
Find Your Career

Theology Careers Include: pastor, chaplain, musician, educator, author, publisher, scholar

Study Abroad

More than a dozen study abroad programs provide the opportunity for experiencing the Christian faith in other cultures and countries.

Study Abroad

Missions Work

Missions in Action (M.I.A.) sponsors student mission trips to serve people living on the continents of Asia, Africa, South America, as well as in the U.S.

Missions in Action

“For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword” (Hebrews 4:12 NIV)

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