This concentration seeks to:
- Prepare men and women for Messianic Jewish ministry;
- Provide a knowledge of Scripture and the tools and methods to interpret Scripture;
- Provide a knowledge of Judaism and Christianity and the relationship between these religious traditions;
- Provide a knowledge of Messianic Jewish history, theology and practice;
- Equip students with practical ministry skills in the areas of Messianic Jewish leadership, teaching, preaching, worship, counseling, and administration;
- Assist students in developing a theology of Messianic Jewish ministry;
- Develop practical ministry skills through supervised Messianic Jewish ministry experiences; and
- Encourage students to develop their unique spiritual gifts and to integrate these gifts into their theological studies and Messianic Jewish ministry.
Upon completion of this concentration, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to interpret and properly apply biblical texts using sound hermeneutical principles and exegetical methods;
- Demonstrate a knowledge of the heritage and traditions of the Synagogue and the Church;
- Demonstrate a knowledge of Messianic Jewish history, theology and practice;
- Articulate a biblically-based theology of Messianic Jewish ministry that is Spirit-led and informed by the calling of Israel and the Body of Messiah;
- Integrate biblical and theological knowledge with Messianic Jewish ministry;
- Communicate the knowledge of who God is and what He has done clearly, accurately, and with love and respect; and
- Articulate knowledge of and show ability to participate in Messianic Jewish ministry.
*In addition to the MDIV – Concentration in MJS Degree requirements, the following courses must be completed, unless previously satisfied at the undergraduate level, therefore increasing the degree requirement to 87 semester hours.
- BIBL 1301 Old Testament Studies – 3 hours
- BIBL 1302 New Testament Studies – 3 hours
- BIBL 2301 Biblical Background and Interpretation – 3 hours
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