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    Jul 14, 2024  
2022-2023 Catalogue 
    
2022-2023 Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Biblical Studies and Ministries, Youth and Children Studies Concentration, B.A.


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Professor Brannon, Chair

The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies at Belhaven University provides students with a Biblical foundation for life and for ministry. At the heart of the Biblical Studies degree at Belhaven is the conviction that the Bible is God’s Word and that it is the final authority for faith (what we believe about God) and life (how we are called to live). In light of this, all courses are taught from the view that the Bible is God’s revealed truth and that it is relevant for our lives. In addition to this commitment to the Bible as the Word of God, the Biblical Studies degree program is designed for students to grow academically in their knowledge of God’s Word, spiritually in their relationships with Jesus Christ, and practically in their preparation for ministry.

The chair of the department will maintain the ability to make substitutions if appropriate and necessary, and this will provide some flexibility for the degree.

Biblical Studies may be chosen as one of the three required areas of concentration for the Bachelor of Arts degree in humanities.

39 hours to include:


Honors Program:


The Biblical Studies Department offers opportunities to enroll in honors courses from its department. Any departmental course with the exception of BIB 441  may be taken as an honors course. For students majoring in this department, one must pass a minimum of nine hours of honors courses within the discipline and a minimum of nine hours from the honors courses of other departments. Each course must be passed with a B or better. No more than 18 hours are required for the honors degree. For other honors program policies, see “Honors Program” found in the “Administration of the Curriculum ” section of this catalogue.

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