Master of Arts in New Testament : MANT
The Master of Arts in New Testament (MANT) provides an in-depth exposure to New Testament studies with additional study in the Old Testament, church history, and theology. The focus of this program is to genuinely explore the hermeneutics of doing New Testament theology.
Transform the way you do life and ministry with Northern Seminary’s Masters in New Testament or MDiv with specialization in New Testament degree.
Study the New Testament with Professors Scot McKnight and Nijay Gupta. The life of Jesus, Paul, Peter, and John — among other characters like Junia and Priscilla and Phoebe and Mary — are seen in a refreshingly new way. Class after class, you will feel your confidence rising as a competent minister of the gospel, built on a solid foundation of biblical understanding and application.
Throughout this program, students will demonstrate an understanding of the historical, cultural, religious, and social contexts of the New Testament. We address the application of the New Testament in the context of church ministry as we focus on an articulation of a better hermeneutic of the New Testament. Students will master both biblical and cultural exegesis.
Delivery: On Campus or Distance
The program is available on campus or via interactive live-streaming (Northern Live). Smart classroom technology enables you to interact with our premier faculty and engage in Northern’s vibrant classroom experience without leaving your faith community. Distance students will attend an annual, week-long intensive class typically in late August or early September on the main campus.
Tuition and Scholarships
Students may apply for scholarships awarded by need and merit. Learn more >
Doctor of Ministry in New Testament Context
Northern also offers of Doctor of Ministry in New Testament Context, led by Prof. Scot McKnight.