Denver Seminary’s new MA with a major in biblical and theological studies* is a 39-hour, academic degree designed to be completed entirely online and can be completed in just 2 years**.
Students will gain a deeper knowledge of the Bible and its historical context, the nature and character of God, the person and work of Christ, the nature of sin, as well as an understanding of major theological systems. Additionally, they will learn modern strategies for discerning and interpreting the theology of Scripture.
Though it does not meet typical ordination requirements or lead to doctoral studies, the MA with a major in biblical and theological studies provides excellent preparation for many forms and contexts of ministry and is a great option for leaders already serving in ministry.
You can pursue this fully online, residentially, or with a combination of the two!
Dr. William Klein joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in 1978. He is professor of New Testament. Dr. Klein also edited and was the major contributor to An Introduction to Biblical Interpretation (now in its 3rd edition) and has consulted on several Bible versions, serving as chief exegetical consultant for the New Testament portion of The Message. He is the author of "Ephesians" in the revised edition of the Expositor's Bible Commentary; Become What You Are: Spiritual Formation According to the Sermon on the Mount; the notes on "Ephesians" and "Romans" in the Apologetics Study Bible; and the Handbook for Personal Bible Study.
*This degree program is not intended for those preparing for doctoral studies.
**Some advanced NT, OT, and Theology courses are not offered until the 2018-2019 academic year, so the earliest this program can be completed is spring 2019.
For more information about this degree program, please contact the Admissions Office or call 303.762.6937.
Fully Online or Residential
Pursue this degree fully online, residentially, or with a combination of the two!