All students at Freed-Hardeman are required to take one Bible class each semester until graduation. Bible classes range from the basic introductions of Christianity to in-depth discussions of specific religious concerns/topics. Most of the students’ Bible classes are text based and the Bible is used as the textbook for the class. After Bible class, the students’ biblical attitudes then carry on to other classes where they engage more deeply with other professors and students. This emphasis on spirituality isn’t confined only to the Bible classes, but Biblical truths are explored in the context of all academic programs. The overall Bible curriculum integration on campus cannot be compared to the academic experience anywhere else. Studying God’s word with fellow students and professors brings a greater religious atmosphere to campus.
Learn more about the Bible Teaching Program.