Baptist Student Ministries
Credit toward university degrees is given for courses offered by an off-campus Bible Chair, under regulations that maintain their equivalence with other courses given at the university. The instructor is under the control of some permanent religious organization of recognized standing, possesses at least the training of instructors in the university, and is approved by the Dean of Arts and Sciences, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and the President. Religious studies courses are subject to the same regulations and supervision as regular courses given in the university.
RELG 1301 Old Testament Survey 3 SCH (3)
Old Testament origin, literature, history and content from the beginning to the Maccabean period.
RELG 1303 New Testament Survey 3 SCH (3)
New Testament, origin, literature, history and content from the Maccabean period to the close of the Apostolic age.
RELG 2303 Life and Teachings of Jesus 3 SCH (3)
The life, teaching and significance of Jesus as revealed in the gospels.
RELG 2306 Life and Letters of Paul 3 SCH (3)
The life of Paul, the work of Paul and an attempt to understand his contributions to the early Church as well as his continuing significance in ethics and doctrines of Christianity.
RELG 2311 Christian Ethics 3 SCH (3)
An introduction to Christian ethics which sets forth the Biblical foundations for Christian ethical decision and applies these precepts to major ethical problems. These problems will include the self, marriage and the family, race relations, economic life and political life.
RELG 3339 Comparative Religions 3 SCH (3)
Survey of the religions of the world. Included are studies in the origin, development, literature (scripture) and present status of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shinto, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.