Master of Theology Online Program
U.S. Seminary for Theological Studies
Theology Rooted in Scripture.
Taught for the Modern Age.
About the master of theology program
Upon completion of the program, graduates will have the knowledge and skills needed to make a positive impact in their churches and communities. Whether they are called to become pastors, educators, social workers, or missionaries, our graduates are equipped to make a difference in the world.
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Master of Theology Program curriculum
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In this course, you will explore the principles of biblical hermeneutics and learn how to interpret the Bible in a responsible and effective way. You will examine the historical and cultural context of the Bible, the different genres of biblical literature, and various interpretive methods and approaches.
Throughout the course, you will study topics such as the history of biblical interpretation, the nature of biblical inspiration and authority, and the role of the Holy Spirit in biblical interpretation. You will also learn practical skills for interpreting biblical texts, such as exegetical analysis and application.
By the end of the course, you will have a deep understanding of biblical hermeneutics and how to apply these principles to your personal Bible study and ministry. You will be equipped to read and interpret the Bible with greater clarity, depth, and accuracy.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the key principles of biblical hermeneutics
- Explain the historical and cultural context of the Bible and its significance for interpretation
- Evaluate different approaches to biblical interpretation
- Analyze biblical texts using exegetical methods and tools
- Apply biblical hermeneutics to personal Bible study and ministry
- Understand the nature and role of the Holy Spirit in biblical interpretation