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  • Bible Survey: The Law Introduction
    Additionally the student will learn a basic methodology for doing Bible study on his or her own Textbooks Gordon D Fee and Douglas Stuart How To Read the Bible for All It s Worth A Guide to Understanding the Bible Second Edition Grand Rapids Zondervan 1993 LaSor William Frederick Bush and David Hubbard Old Testament Survey Grand Rapids Eerdmans 1982 The Bible preferably a modern translation such as the New International Version New Revised Standard Version or Contemporary English Version Books may be purchased through The Campus Bookstore Course Requirements 1 Read the textbook How to Read the Bible For All Its Worth and answer questions on each chapter 2 Read Genesis Deuteronomy 3 Read Chapters 1 13 of LaSor William Frederick Bush and David Hubbard Old Testament Survey 4 Read the Introduction for each book of the Bible and answer all the questions for each book Answers to the questions will be graded only if the student has registered and paid for the course Time Requirements B201 Bible Survey the Law is designed to be completed in a single quarter Therefore it is possible to complete this course in ten weeks Both sections below must be completed to receive

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  • B202 Bible Survey -- The Former Prophets: Introduction
    translation such as the New International Version New Revised Standard Version or Contemporary English Version Books are available from The Campus Bookstore Course Requirements 1 Read Joshua Judges 1 2 Samuel 1 2 Kings 2 Read the Introduction for each book and answer all the questions for each book 3 Read Chapters 14 21 of Old Testament Survey Answers to the questions will be graded only if the student has

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  • B203 Bible Survey -- the Latter Prophets
    such as the New International Version New Revised Standard Version or Contemporary English Version Books may be purchased through The Campus Bookstore Course Requirements 1 Read Isaiah Jeremiah Ezekiel and the 12 minor prophtes Hosea Malachi 2 Read the Introduction for each book and answer all the questions for each book 3 Read Chapters 22 38 of Old Testament Survey Answers to the questions will be graded only if the

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  • B204 Bible Survey: The Writings
    such as the New International Version New Revised Standard Version or Contemporary English Version These books are available from The Campus Bookstore Course Requirements 1 Read Psalms Job Proverbs Ruth Song of Songs Ecclesiastes Lamentations Esther Daniel Ezra Nehemiah 1 2 Chronicles 2 Read the Introduction for each book and answer all the questions for each book 3 Read chapters 39 51 of Old Testament Survey Answers to the questions

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  • Bible Survey: The Lives Introduction
    as the New International Version New Revised Standard Version or Contemporary English Version Books may be purchased through The Campus Bookstore Course Requirements 1 Read Matthew Mark Luke John and Acts 2 Read the Introduction for each book and answer all the questions for each book 3 Read chapters 1 13 of Survey of the New Testament Answers to the questions will be graded only if the student has registered

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  • Bible Survey: The Letters - Introduction
    as the New International Version New Revised Standard Version or Contemporary English Version Books may be purchased through The Campus Bookstore Course Requirements 1 Read the letters written by Paul Peter John James Jude and the books of Hebrews and Revelation 2 Read the Introduction for each book and answer all the questions for each book 3 Read chapters 14 21 of Survey of the New Testatment Answers to the

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  • Quartz Hill School of Theology
    ThD Program Professional Societies Society of Biblical Literature European Association of Biblical Studies Zwingliverein Professional Experience 1993 Present Pastor Petros Baptist Church Petros TN 1990 1993 Pastor Tabbs Creek Baptist Church Oxford NC 1986 1990 Pastor Browns Baptist Church Norlina NC Other Professional Activities 2006 Present Assistant Editor Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 2005 Panelist Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting Philadelphia November 2005 Guest Lecturer The University of

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  • B411 - Old Testament History and Archaeology I Introduction
    Egyptian Period 4 Moses Purpose An examination of the history of the Ancient Near East from its earliest period to the Babylonian conquest The general purpose of this course is to supply the student with the background necessary to study the Old Testament in its historical context Course Requirements To accomplish the above mentioned goal the student will be required to read sections of the textbooks listed below and various segments of the Old Testament and other Ancient Near Eastern literature as well as the lectures attached to this syllabus Then the student will be required to answer in essay form the questions found at the end of the lectures Time Requirements B411Old Testament History and Archaeology I is designed to be completed in one quarter Textbooks Allen Clifton ed The Broadman Bible Commentary Vol 1 Nashville Broadman 1971 pages 1 100 Keck Leander ed The New Interpreter s Bible Vol 1 pages 213 305 May Herbert Oxford Bible Atlas Pritchard James Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament Princeton Princeton University Press 1969 Material Culture of the Ancient Canaanites Israelites and Related Peoples An Informational DataBase from Excavations Brandeis University 1996 As well as these the student

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