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  • Translate with confidence (whether prepared texts or passages on sight).
  • Interpret with sensitivity to Greek language, context, genre and manuscript evidence.
  • Appropriate the message of the text for oneself and effectively communicate that message to others.

What can you do with a background in Greek?

  • Personal understanding of the Bible – The majority of students use their training to gain personal insight into the biblical text and to enhance their ministry.
  • Bible Translation – Some students go on to work with organizations like Wycliffe Bible Translators.
  • Graduate degrees in preparation for careers in teaching.

Our students are excited about the classes we offer and find they can easily begin advanced work at other institutions or continue learning on their own. Regardless of your goals, you will never regret the time you spend learning Greek and you will always appreciate the insights it gives you into the biblical text.

Meet your professors

Dr. Al Baylis – Th.M. Program Director, Professor Bible and Theology

Dr. Rex A. Koivisto – Assistant Dean of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies, Bible & Theology Division Chair, Professor Biblical Languages

Dr. Karl Kutz – Biblical Languages Chair, Professor Biblical Languages and Bible

Dr. John Terveen – MABS Program Director, Professor New Testament and Greek