Embarking on a Spiritual Journey at Sixty-ONE

Mastering Biblical Studies in Later Life

Discover the inspiring story of embracing academic and spiritual growth through Biblical studies after 60.

Kim Pullen

Kim Pullen

At the age of 61, Kim decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Biblical Studies, proving that personal and spiritual growth knows no age limit. This bold step is a testament to her love of God’s Word and her lifelong commitment to faith, family, and relationships. Kim’s journey is not just about academic achievement but is an expression of her passion and respect for the scriptures and to add new dimensions to her spiritual life, ministry, and relationships.

“I pray that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight so that you may be able to discern what is best.” Philippians 1:9-10

coursework

The Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies at Liberty University is rigorous. Here is my projected coursework.

Spring Semester:

  • Research, Writing, and Ministry Prep
  • New Testament Orientation 1

Fall Semester:

  • Beginning Greek 1
  • Old Testament Orientation 1

Spring Semester:

  • NT Orientation 2
  • Beginning Greek 2

Summer Semester:

  • Old Testament Orientation 2
  • Greek Syntax

Fall Semester:

  • Beginning Hebrew 1
  • NT Development of OT Themes

Spring Semester:

  • Beginning Hebrews 2
  • Hermeneutics

Summer Semester:

  • Biblical Theology
  • Greek Syntax

Fall Semester:

  • Hebrew Syntax & Exegesis
  • Elective

Spring Semester:

  • Elective
  • Elective

Summer Semester:

  • Research Methods
  • Thesis Project Proposal & Research

Fall Semester:

  • Thesis Defense `

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