At Taylor, we believe all of our students should be biblical scholars and truth-seekers—students who know and understand the Bible as a foundation for the rest of life. By integrating basic Bible and apologetics courses into our Foundational Core requirements, we are setting up our students to learn about a broad range of Christian thinking to help them discover what they believe for themselves.
Our students explore both the Old and New Testament, learning many applications of the Gospels, Pentateuch, Pauline Epistles, etc. and discovering how those applications fit with contemporary issues. They also study the historic perspective of the church and relate it to how the church works today.
Submissions from 2023
Ezekiel 36:24-28: God Promises Salvation for the Sake of His Name, Emerson Claire Jones
Matthew 11:25-30: Finding Rest in the Yoke and Providence of God, Emerson Claire Jones
Christ the Preeminent, Firstborn, and King - Colossians 1:13-20, Elisabeth Nieshalla
The Lord's Providence to Work Evil for Good - Genesis 50:15-21, Elisabeth Nieshalla
A Biblical Theological Analysis of Isaiah 11:1-10, Kaeley Sells
The Gospel of Luke: Major Themes, Narratives, and Theology, Adelyn Schoenbeck
Submissions from 2022
Exegetical Analysis Paper: An Examination of 1 Corinthians 11:27-29, Keegan Matheson
Submissions from 2021
Submissions from 2020
Biblical Theology Exegesis of 1 Timothy 4:1-5, Samuel Hardy
A Biblical Theological Analysis of Hebrews 3:7-14, Caleb Rolling