COVID-19 Update for Prospective Students and Families:
Lord willing, and with a commitment to remain compliant with all public health and safety regulations, Bethlehem will resume in-person classes when school opens for the Spring Semester on January 25, 2021. A highly-relational educational environment is distinctive of our program, and our intentionally small scale affords us a unique capability when compared with larger institutions. Learn More
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Graduate as a mature adult ready to witness for Christ with wisdom and wonder for the rest of your life.
Spend the next four years mining the treasures of the Bible and considering the Great Books—works of history, literature, philosophy, and theology that have stood the test of time and resonated with human beings through the ages and around the world.
This is a program in which a conservative evangelical worldview is respected and a reformed, Calvinistic theological perspective is welcomed and encouraged. Public, private, classical, Christian, and home-schooled high school graduates may all thrive in this extraordinary college environment.
Here you will be challenged and pushed beyond your sense of your own abilities. In the process you will cultivate habits of mind and heart as you are intentionally stress-tested to ensure that you graduate with a resilient faith that is ready to stand firm and contend for truth in the home, church, and world.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities25 Graduates
Theological and Ministerial Studies11 Graduates
Biblical Studies10 Graduates
Theology & Biblical Studies
This major focuses on interpreting Scripture in its historical, literary, canonical, and redemptive-historical contexts. Students will learn both Greek and Hebrew and apply their study of the biblical languages to the exegesis of books in the Old and New Testaments, while developing a strong grasp of the storyline of the Bible, and the Christ-centered unity between the Old and New Testaments.
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