Intensive Course Offerings


BE378 Gospel of Luke 

The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to one of the earliest written documents concerning the life and ministry of Jesus. Through a careful reading of the Gospel, the student will gain a knowledge of its content as well as the context in which it was written. The student will examine a number of cultural and historical factors that contributed to the content of Luke's Gospel such as: The Roman Imperial Cult, the rise of Greek culture in Palestine, the invasion of the Roman Empire, various religious sects in 1st-century Palestine, cultural subjugation, and systems of power in the ancient world. The student will also be exposed to a number of theories of genre, methods of interpretation, and learn to answer various questions concerning differences in Gospel accounts.

Dr. Adam Z. Wright

January 10 - 14, 2022 Hybrid (synchronous online and in-person)

Tuition: $1,120/3 credit course, $337.50/audit

Lay team group rate (2-5 people) $1,120

Lisa McInnis , Registrar
Phone:  (306) 975-3753