Classical and Modern Languages

From the moment that God revealed and communicated himself through the Word and in the Scripture (“Then God said …”, [Gn. 1]; “And the Word was God” [Jn. 1:1]), up until the time when people started doing theology, the mandate to translate the Revealed original Word into different contexts and languages has never ceased to exist. Consequently, the study of theology requires advanced linguistic competence, especially with regard to the biblical and ecclesiastical languages (Hebrew, Greek, and Latin) because of their role as origin and source.

Moreover, as an institution of international character, the University considers languages and linguistic phenomena as important parts of the curriculum. Therefore, the faculty places great emphasis on the study of languages: analysis of the semantic field, structure and grammatical function, clarification of the logical relationship underlying the understanding and interpretation of the texts which a theologian addresses.

With this in mind, the Faculty of Theology is committed to promoting the learning and deepening of the languages through various courses, depending on the levels required for the specializations (First, Second, or Third Cycle), as a prerequisite for the completion of degree programs.


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Test for Modern Languages

Test for Modern Languages Friday, 24 February 2023   Friday, 24 February 2023, from 12:30 pm HALL C215 - [...]

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