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  • B725 Biblical Methods: Introduction
    will have to be using a browser that recognizes the FONT command 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 1 The purpose of this course is to enable the student to both be familiar with and practice the methods used in the study of the Bible 2 To accomplish this purpose the student will be required to read the following lectures and complete fully the assignments made 3 The textbooks for this course will be Rolf Rendtorff s Introduction to the Old Testament Odil Hannes Steck s Exegesis of the Old Testament Kurt Aland s Text of the New Testament and Willi Marxsen s Introduction to the New Testament Books may be purchased through The Campus Bookstore 4 The methods which will be studied in this course are Textual Criticism Literary Criticism Redaction Criticism Form Criticism Tradition Criticism 5 At the conclusion of each of these sections the student will be required to complete a reading assignment and a written assignment based on their reading and these lectures

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  • H371 - The Reformation I - The Reformation Before the Reformation: John Wycliffe -Introduction
    student with a general knowledge of the events leading up to the Reformation and the major personalities involved 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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  • H372 - The Reformation II - The Reformation in Germany: Martin Luther - Introduction
    student with a general knowledge of the events leading up to the Reformation and the major personalities involved 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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  • H373 - The Reformation III - The Reformation in Switzerland: Huldrych Zwingli and John Calvin - Introduction
    student with a general knowledge of the events leading up to the Reformation and the major personalities involved 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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  • Theology 1 - Introduction
    and find answers 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 Bible 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 B211 Theology I is designed to be completed in

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  • Theology: Patriology, Christology, Pneumatology, Anthropology
    questions of the text and find answers 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 Bible 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 B212 Theology II is designed

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  • Theology III: Introduction
    how to ask questions of the text and find answers 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 Bible 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 B213 Theology

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  • B497 Old Testament Theology I: Introduction
    Theology and to build a foundation for further study of Old Testament Theology 2 Course Requirements The student will need to read the lectures included here as well as the assigned readings from the textbook During the course of the study the student will be required to submit assignments and at the end of the course the student will have to submit an examination 3 Course Outline a The Theology of the Torah b The Theology of the Prophets 1 The Deuteronomist 2 Isaiah through Malachi c The Theology of the Writings 1 Psalms 2 Wisdom Literature Including Daniel and Esther 3 The Chronicler 4 Ezra and Nehemiah 4 Textbooks The student will need to read assigned passages from the Bible as well as segments of the textbook Old Testament Theology vol 1 and 2 by Gerhard von Rad This book may be purchased through The Campus Bookstore The course will consist of three parts corresponding to the three parts of the Hebrew Bible Torah Prophets Writings Each section will follow the standard procedure That is the student will be required to study the lectures and read the assigned Biblical and non Biblical texts At the end of each section

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