Education of the Christian leader is incomplete without the foundational and integrative studies of Scripture that ground and bring coherence to the student’s life and worldview. In Biblical studies, students develop the skills and disciplines to study the Scriptures in analytical, practical and passionate ways, organizing its contents into meaningful patterns for life and ministry.
Students who pursue a church vocational ministry major (Christian Education, Intercultural Studies, Pastoral Ministry, and Youth Ministry) earn a second major in Bible & Theology by adding a total of 12 units of electives to this core (including one course each in Old Testament, New Testament, and Theology).
Dr. David Timms' WJU chapel sermon on
Prof. Mark Moore's chapel sermon on serving, February 2013.