Zondervan Certificate in Biblical Languages
This certificate program combines Zondervan Greek and Hebrew certificates totaling the equivalent of 18 language-credit hours.
This certificate is designed for serious students of the Bible; especially for those preparing for full-time pastoral ministry, or who hope to pursue graduate/post-graduate work in Biblical and Theological studies.
The core competencies for this certificate include:
- Reading fluency across both the Hebrew and Greek canons
- Better understanding of theological nuance and exegetical accuracy
- General exegetical competence while working across biblical texts
- A strong vocabulary base for both biblical Greek and biblical Hebrew
Zondervan Certificate in Biblical Languages
The Zondervan Academic certificate is designed for lay church leaders, seminarians and pastors-in-training, who want to receive academic credit for coursework and are looking to transfer credits to a college or seminary to earn an undergraduate or graduate degree. This credit-bearing track is administered through the BibleMesh Institute. Students must apply to the Institute and be accepted before starting the program.
Courses in this Track
Basics of Biblical Greek 1 (William D. Mounce)
Part of a two-course series, Basics of Biblical Greek 1 will introduce you to the vocabulary and grammar of New Testament Greek, so you can begin studying the New Testament in its original language.
Basics of Biblical Greek 2 (William D. Mounce)
The second part of a two-course series, Basics of Biblical Greek 2 picks up where Basics of Biblical Greek 1 leaves off, digging deeper into the vocabulary and grammar of New Testament Greek.
Greek Grammar 1 (Daniel B. Wallace)
Greek Grammar 1 introduces second-year Greek students to syntax and exegesis of the Greek New Testament.
Greek Grammar 2 (Daniel B. Wallace)
Greek Grammar 2 continues to teach second-year Greek students syntax and exegesis of the Greek New Testament.
Basics of Biblical Hebrew 1 (Van Pelt & Pratico)
Basics of Biblical Hebrew 1 will introduce you to the vocabulary and grammar of classical Hebrew, so you can begin studying the Old Testament in its original language.
Basics of Biblical Hebrew 2 (Van Pelt & Pratico)
Basics of Biblical Hebrew 2 picks up where Basics of Biblical Hebrew 1 leaves off, digging deeper into the vocabulary and grammar of classical Hebrew.
Frequently Asked Questions
First, you need to apply to the BibleMesh Institute by going here. Be sure to select a “Zondervan Certificate” as the program you are interested in. Upon your enrollment in the Institute, we will assign you a qualified academic tutor who will guide you through each course of study.
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Students enroll in the BibleMesh Institute on a subscription basis. The monthly cost for each BibleMesh Institute course is $250 per month. The length of time to complete a course varies depending on each student’s situation, but averages 3 months for dedicated students.
To provide the highest quality online learning experience and to meet academic standards, the BibleMesh Institute assigns each student an academic tutor for each course. All of our proctors (academic tutors) are highly qualified in their subject field.
Yes. Each course is provided with month-to-month access to better fit your situation. You may work through and complete a course as your schedule allows, while your academic tutor guides you to ensure competency and mastery of the content. You may take as much time as you wish to complete an individual course or a certificate program.
In order to complete a certificate program, students must complete every course within that program. Some certificates, like the Biblical Languages certificate, do require courses to be completed in a specific sequence. If you need to pause your studies, you can; your progress and grades will not be lost. You can simply renew your monthly course subscription and resume from where you left off.
Yes. Anyone who enrolls as a BibleMesh Institute student and successfully completes required, proctored coursework can earn a certificate.
Upon finishing all the courses in a certificate program, you may apply for and receive a certificate.
When scholarships are available they are initially available to students already studying in the BibleMesh Institute.
Yes. Several partnering colleges and seminaries provide academic pathways using courses and programs offered through the Institute. To see a list of these schools go here.
Credit-bearing courses provided through the BibleMesh Institute are built to accreditation standards. If you would like us to talk with your school about the possibility of accepting transfer credits for BibleMesh Institute courses or programs, please contact us.