Bible & Theology

Dig deep into the heart of Christian truth, belief, and practice.

Students taking Bible & Theology at Briercrest learn to carefully interpret Scripture and its context alongside the heritage of Christian interpretation and practice.

As our students engage with grand theological ideas, we encourage them to allow God to shape their lives and character. Bible & Theology students graduate equipped to do biblical research and teaching, serve in ministry or mission settings, or use their studies as a firm foundation for variety of careers in the marketplace.

Study the Bible, biblical theology, hermeneutics, and biblical languages and hear how the Word of God and faith of the Church speak to us today. View our programs below.

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Thoughts on the study of Scripture
Posted: January 12, 2017

Every time I open Scripture I want to learn more about God, I do not read to find a “warm fuzzy” for the day. I am looking for eternal truth - truth that comes from the passage at hand and truth that helps me understand the rest of Scripture...

Elise Wagner
Elise Wagner
Posted: February 9, 2019

I'm in Christian theology this semester and one of the most challenging classes we’ve had was on Psalm 137. Professor Hackney explained how there’s hope in lament and that the Bible is full of hope, and learning that has been so incredibly powerf

Up close and candid with Ken Guenter
Posted: June 9, 2017

An interview with long-time faculty member Ken Guenter. Find out how he got his first teaching job and what has kept him at Briercrest all these years.

The most satisfying experience has been interacting with the faculty members, many of which have encouraged and poured into me, and been willing to help me with difficult course work.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015