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  • The Old Testament in the New: Introduction
    a general knowledge of the uses which were made of the Old Testament by the New Testament writers Course Requirements To accomplish the above mentioned goal the student will be required to read sections of the textbook listed below 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

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  • The Historical Jesus
    Emerging from Science and History and Why it Matters by Russell Shorto Jesus by N T Wright The Real Jesus by Luke Timothy Johnson and The Historical Jesus by John Dominic Crossan and Jesus the Healer by Stevan Davies Though this may seem to be a lot of reading each of these books is very significant two represent what some term a liberal approach and two represent a conservative approach

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  • Introduction - The Greek Text of Romans: A Text Critical Study
    is that the student will be able to complete this course in one ten week quarter INTRODUCTION The Epistle to the Romans is historically speaking the most significant text in the Bible It was the foundation stone of Augustine s theology It was the bedrock of Luther s reform It was the text of choice among the dialectical theologians of the early 20th century It continues to speak to Christians of every age and every circumstance The lectures which follow are designed to address the Greek text of the book The notes following the verses are textual in nature For the theological significance of the book and its introductory matters the student is referred to the commentary by Käsemann In textual studies certian manuscripts are more significant than others Following is a list of Uncial manuscripts that have been consulted in this textual investigation along with others This list is merely representative and not exhaustive Its purpose here is to give the student some idea of the wide attestation of the text of Romans P10 P26 P27 P31 P40 P46 P61 C 048 0172 0209 0219 0220 0221 In the text that follows the textual base is the edition of

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  • B451 - Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls: Introduction
    Old Testament V The Scrolls and the New Testament B451 Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls Purpose The purpose of this course is the introduce the student to the phenomenon known as the Dead Sea Scrolls Where did they come from Who were the people who wrote them What do they mean for modern Biblical interpretation These are just a few of the questions we will attempt to investigate in this short study Course Requirements To accomplish the above mentioned goal the student will be required to read sections of the textbooks listed below as well as the lectures and appendixes 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 B451 Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls is designed to be completed in one quarter Textbooks James C VanderKam The Dead Sea Scrolls Today Grand Rapids Eerdmans 1994 Martin Abegg et al The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible San Francisco HarperSanFranciso 1999 Florention Garcia Martinez The Dead Sea Scrolls Study Edition 2 Volumes Grand Rapids Eerdmans 1999 F Garcia Martinez The Dead Sea Scrolls Translated Grand Rapids Eerdmans 1996 Lawrence H Schiffman Reclaiming the

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  • Ugarit and the Bible Introduction
    is the primary source book for this course The student will also be required to read Cyrus Gordon s book The Ancient Near East Order these books from The Campus Bookstore Time Requirements B425 Ugarit and the Bible is designed to be completed in one academic quarter Course Requirements Assignments will be made at the beginning of the course and a final exam will be given at the end of

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  • B521 - Ecclesiastes: Introduction
    comments of the professor as well as one commentary on the book At the end of the course the student will be asked to write a 5 page paper on the meaning and theology of Ecclesiastes 3 Texts The student will need to read Ecclesiastes in his or her own Bible as well as the translation ASV found in the course itself The student will also need to read the

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  • 2 Corinthians - Introduction
    in order to see the Greek text as Greek characters Thus you must be using Internet Explorer 3 0 or greater or Netscape Navigator 3 0 or greater To get Netscape click here To get Internet Explorer click here Assignment To accomplish the purpose of this course the student will be required to read the book of 2 Corinthians and the comments of the professor as well as one commentary on the book At the end of the course the student will be asked to write a 5 page paper on the meaning and theology of this letter Texts The student will need to read 2 Corinthians in his or her own Bible as well as the Greek text found in the course itself The student will also need to read the commentary on 2 Corinthians of his or her choosing Examples of possible commentaries to use in no particular order of preference would be Alfred Plummer 2 Corinthians International Critical Commentary New Testament T T Clark Philip E Hughes 2 Corinthians New International Commentary on the New Testament Eerdmans Victor P Furnish 2 Corinthians Anchor Bible Commentary Doubleday Charles Hodge 2 Corinthians Eerdmans Colin Kruse 2 Corinthians Revised Tyndale

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  • Ephesians - Introduction
    0 or greater or Netscape Navigator 3 0 or greater To get Netscape click here To get Internet Explorer click here 1 The purpose of this course is to involve the student in an in depth study of the Greek text of Ephesians This will make it necessary to require that the student have completed Elementary and Advanced Greek Grammar 2 The Textbook for this course will be the 2

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