Biblical Studies

Building a solid biblical foundation for life

Have you been called to global missions or the pulpit? Do you want to develop critical thinking skills and feel more prepared to give an answer to those who ask for a reason why you believe in Jesus Christ?

Housed in the Reade Liberal Arts Center, Taylor’s biblical studies program helps you examine your faith by providing strong faculty who serve as scholars, mentors, and teachers pushing you to think through critical issues in order to be better disciples able to fulfill the Great Commission and teach the Word wherever God places you.

The biblical studies program can also be taken as a second major, so no matter what career you pursue, you can build a strong foundation of biblical truth and knowledge.

Take the next step

Dr. Michael Harbin discusses opportunities Taylor students have to engage in Bible Study.

To learn more, check out our degrees and majors or schedule a campus visit to meet with our faculty, staff and students.

Dr. Michael Harbin, chair of the Biblical Studies, Christian Educational Ministries, and Philosophy departments, discusses the opportunities Taylor students have to engage in Bible study with dedicated and talented faculty.

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Lilly Endowment Grant Enables TU to Launch Theology Institute for High School Youth

Published: March 14, 2016

A new program created by Taylor University and funded with a $600,000 gift from Lilly Endowment Inc. will bring high school-aged youth who show promise for ministry and leadership, but face economic and educational challenges, to the Taylor campus for Bible and religion-related classes, study of vocational ministry, and one-on-one mentorship.

Planned Taylor Trip to Turkey Cancelled in Wake of Istanbul Bombing

Published: January 14, 2016

A planned visit by Taylor University students and faculty to the nation of Turkey has been cancelled for safety reasons following a bomb blast in the Turkish city of Istanbul. Ten people were killed in the bombing in Sultanahmet Square, a busy tourist location in Istanbul on Tuesday.

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