ThM Theology Thesis
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Transfer Credits
Transfer in up to 50% of the degree total
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Aug 24, 2020
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ATS Commission on Accrediting

Expand Your Biblical Knowledge with a Th.M. Theology

Are you looking for more biblical guidance to answer the tough theological questions we face today? Is your congregation asking some of the same things you have asked yourself? If these are common scenarios for you, then consider expanding your knowledge of deep theological issues by obtaining your Master of Theology (Th.M.) – Theology. Our program will prepare you to serve in a variety of Christian ministries while focusing your studies on Christian thought and theology.

Liberty University’s Master of Theology – Theology is a postgraduate program designed for students like you who have previously completed a Master of Divinity or equivalent degree. This degree will advance your knowledge of the doctrine of God and will cover key concepts regarding the present and future of the Christian ministry. By pursuing this degree, you’ll be able to answer the questions of today’s Christian ministries.

Accreditation

Your divinity degree is approved by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) and has met rigorous accreditation standards. You can feel confident that your degree is both academically excellent and well-respected among churches, ministries, and nonprofit organizations.

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Why Choose Liberty’s Master of Theology (Th.M.) – Theology Degree?

If you are eventually planning to pursue your doctorate degree, then our Th.M. – Theology thesis track will provide you with the necessary tools and knowledge you need to continue your professional education. This degree is designed to prepare you for your doctorate, and you can seamlessly go from your M.Div. studies to more in-depth studies that culminate in a thesis paper. After which, you’ll be prepared for the work you will do on a dissertation if you choose to pursue your doctorate.

Another reason to pursue your Master of Theology at Liberty University is that you will gain access to the vast resources, which are provided on-campus. As one of the largest Christian universities in the nation, we provide you with experienced professors and knowledgeable staff, who will guide you in continuing your theological education.

Some of the other resources we have include the Jerry Falwell Library, the Scriptorium, which includes the Rawlings Foundation rare book collection valued at over $1 million, and other resources of biblical knowledge and scholarly work. Between your professors and peers, you will be surrounded by a strong community of like-minded individuals who have similar callings and goals while obtaining your Master of Theology (Th.M.) degree.

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What Will You Learn in Our Master of Theology (Th.M.) – Theology Degree?

Your core courses will cover both modern and contemporary Christian thought and how they relate to the issues we face today. No theology program would be complete without studying the nature of God and the doctrine passed down from God to humanity. Understanding His decree and plan for humanity is an integral part of this degree program.

With the changing nature of the world and the many ethical challenges facing Christian ministry today, you will need to learn exactly what the role of theology is in public discourse. How we as Christian leaders face cultural developments and solve the ethical dilemmas facing our ministries, will also be covered. In addition, you will explore Bible prophecy and current events as they occur in the world today.

View the Degree Completion Plan, and check out our featured courses below for more information!

Featured Courses

THEO 620 – Ecclesiology

Here’s what you’ll study:

  • This course is a study of the origin, nature, purpose, mission, polity, and ministry of the church.
  • A major emphasis will be on Baptist ecclesiology.

THEO 626 – Doctrine of God

Here’s what you’ll study:

  • A study of the existence, nature, and attributes of the triune God.
  • Contains a study of such doctrines as the decree of God, Creation, the providence of God, and the doctrine of the Trinity.

THEO 630 – Eschatology

Here’s what you’ll study:

  • A discussion of several issues challenging the church today in relation to dispensational hermeneutics, the rapture, the tribulation, the millennial kingdom, the future of the church, and the nations.
  • You will also learn recent attempts to coordinate Bible prophecy with current events.

THEO 650 – Public Theology

Here’s what you’ll study:

  • The role and practice of Christian ministry in responding to ethical challenges presented by cultural developments in the contemporary world.
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Highlights of Our Master of Theology (Th.M.) – Theology Degree

  • Monday-only classes for master’s programs allow students to complete large portions of their postgraduate degree by only attending class one day a week.
  • We have a state-of-the-art homiletics/teaching lab in our School of Divinity building.
  • Our Scriptorium houses the Rawlings Foundation rare books collection valued at over $1 million, a 111 ft.-long Torah scroll that dates to the 16th century, and a functioning replica of the Gutenberg Printing Press.
  • Local church ministry training is embedded within our programs.
  • We provide experiential learning opportunities through church and parachurch ministries.

Master of Theology (Th.M.) – Theology Degree Information

        Career Opportunities for Master of Theology (Th.M.) – Theology Graduates

        • Educator
        • Family Pastor
        • Missionary
        • Professor

        Admission Requirements for Postgraduate Degrees

        Every application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and all applicants must submit the following documents and meet the minimum requirements for admission: