LU Summer Class
University is offering one
this summer: THL 332 The Biblical Text. This three-credit course will be
delivered over an abridged, eight-week period (see
The course focuses on
the authority, inspiration, canonization, literary unity, and textual
criticism of the Bible. Emphasis is on Bible translations, versions,
textual analysis, exegesis, and research.
THL 332 is integral to several certificate programs, as well as the
Diploma in Biblical Studies and our Associate and Bachelor degree
programs. The class will not be offered during the 2013-2014 academic
It begins on May 29 and ends on July 23. Interested students should
register online as soon as possible. Because of the shortened duration
of this course than they would on a traditional, 16-week, regular
To speak with a
registration and admissions officer (Mrs. Michelle Broussard) call
704-708-2294 or email her at
in Biblical Studies
in Christian Family Studies
Certificate in Biblical
Christian Family Studies
New Testament Studies
Old Testament Studies
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