Student Resources

Current Catholic Biblical Students will find the following resources helpful as they prepare for their courses. Once your classes begin, you will also be given access to a password protected course page, where professors will post relevant documents, including suggested answers and powerpoint presentations.

Summer Assignments & Book Lists 

Below are the summer assignments that students should complete in preparation for their first class of the year. You will also find the book lists for each course, both for the full year and for each module of the course. All Catholic Biblical School books can be purchased from the University of Dallas Bookstore. Some of the books are exclusive to the UD CBS program and may not be available for purchase elsewhere. 

Old Testament Foundations—Genesis through Kings

New Testament Foundations—Jesus and Discipleship

Advanced Year—Exile and Restoration

Advanced Year—The Word in the Hellenistic World - not offered in 2015-2016!

Schedules & Program Descriptions 

Recruitment Resources 

Thank you for being a part of the Catholic Biblical School Recruitment Team! Your participation is imperative to the success of the 2015-2016 CBS school year. Recruitment resources are available in both English and Spanish and contain sample bulletin ads, pulpit announcements, program descriptions, etc. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Michele Meny 972-265-5782. We appreciate your assistance!

 

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