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  • B498 Old Testament Theology II: 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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  • B499 Old Testament Theology III: 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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  • New Testament Theology Introduction
    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 New Testament Theology or New Testament Theologies b The Theology of Jesus 1 According to Mark 2 According to Matthew 3 According to Luke 4 According to John c The Theology of Paul d The Theology of the

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  • APOLOGETICS
    they present will be deomonstrated Course Overview I Introduction II Theistic Evidence III Basic Presuppositions IV The Gospel V Jesus Procedure Read Geisler s Book Christian Apologetics and the lectures below Then answer the following questions minimum of two paragraphs per question 1 Give a definition of apologetics 2 Give scriptural justification for apologetics 3 Discuss four evidences for the existence of God 4 What did Hume say regarding miracles How would you respond to Hume 5 What is Occam s Razor 6 What is meant by God of the gaps 7 What is Philo s response to the teleological argument How would you respond to Philo 8 What are presuppositions 9 If there is a God how can we know anything about him 10 What is a major fallacy in thinking about God that one needs to beware of 11 What is culture shock 12 What are eight basic guiding principles for Bible Study Discuss them in some detail 13 Discuss the principle of noncontradiction 14 What is doublethink 15 What is the problem with tradition Explain 16 What is grammatical and historical interpretation of the Bible 17 What is the value of knowledge 18 What are the two

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  • Elementary Greek
    is a DANGEROUS thing The student should be warned in advance that completion of this course will NOT make him or her an expert in Greek It will however give one the ability to translate simple sentences For more advanced ability the student MUST pursue further studies 3 Method The student will be required to complete and submit for evaluation ALL assignments made in this course These assignments will be graded and the student will receive those grades Grading is an important part of the learning experience It helps the instructor know where more reinforcement is needed and it helps the student know areas of weakness and areas that need improvement 4 Materials In addition to Netscape 3 0 or better and a Greek font see above the student will need to purchase a Greek New Testament with Dictionary These are available from the American Bible Society The ISBN for this Bible is 3 438 05113 3 and the order is ABL104887 The ABS phone is 1 800 322 4253 It is recommended though not required that the student also obtain Ray Summer s Essentials of New Testament Greek Broadman Press Nashville TN Books are available from The Campus Bookstore 5 Remarks Finally do not be overwhelmed or frightened off by the subject matter or the apparent strangeness of the material Stick it out and the rewards will be immeasurable Take one step at a time do not move to the next lesson until you are certain that you have mastered all of the previous ones and remember that taking Greek is like washing an Elephant it can only be done one spot at a time but eventually you will finish the whole thing Course Outline Below are the 31 lessons for Elementary Greek Click on the lesson you want

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  • Advanced Greek
    Greek Advanced Greek is an individualized reading and study course The lessons are assigned by the professor on a one to one basis for each student If you re interested in taking advanced Greek email Dr West by clicking below He ll give you further information and course assignments If you wish to receive credit from Quartz Hill School of Theology for the course you must register School Church Publishing

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  • Elementary Hebrew: Introduction
    a DANGEROUS thing The student should be warned in advance that completion of this course will NOT make him or her an expert in Hebrew It will however give one the ability to translate simple sentences For more advanced ability the student MUST pursue further studies 3 Method The student will be required to complete and submit for evaluation ALL assignments made in this course These assignments will be graded and the student will receive those grades Grading is an important part of the learning experience It helps the instructor know where more reinforcement is needed and it helps the student know areas of weakness and areas that need improvement 4 Materials In addition to Internet Explorer or Netscape and a Hebrew font see above the student will need to purchase the following books Biblica Hebraica Stutgartensia Brown Driver Briggs Hebrew English Lexicon Various publishers Menahem Mansoor Biblical Hebrew Step by Step Baker Books Books are available from The Campus Bookstore 5 Remarks Finally do not be overwhelmed or frightened off by the subject matter or the apparent strangeness of the material Stick it out and the rewards will be immeasurable Take one step at a time do not move to the next lesson until you are certain that you have mastered all of the previous ones and remember that taking Hebrew is like eating a cow it can only be done one hamburger at a time but eventually you will finish the whole thing Course Outline Below are the lessons for Elementary Hebrew Click on the lesson you want Obviously this course is not finished yet New lessons will come up as they are available Stay tuned Lesson 1 The Hebrew Alphabet Lesson 2 Vowels Lesson 3 Introduction to Grammar Gender the Conjunction and the Definite Article Lesson 4

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  • L641 -- Introduction to Ugaritic Grammar
    be an expert in Ugaritic To acheive that level of ability the student will need to study further the intricacies of syntax This course merely equips the student with the basics of the language 2 In order to accomplish this goal the student will be required to read the assignments in the course and to do the required exercises THE STUDENT MUST HAVE SUCCESFULLY COMPLETED ELEMENTARY HEBREW GRAMMAR IN ORDER TO TAKE THIS COURSE 3 The Textbooks for this course are Stanislav Segert A Basic Grammar of the Ugaritic Language With Selected Texts and Glossary University of California Press 1984 M Dietrich The Cuneiform Alphabetic Texts You order Segert s book online through The Campus Bookstore 4 In the final lessons of the course the student will be given passages to translate These translations will compose 50 of the students grade for the course the other 50 coming from the assignments One technical note Because most students will not have a Ugaritic font on their computer the texts will be transliterated for the exercises The only time the actual cuneiform characters will be used is in the first lesson when the alphabet is learned 5 You may get an Ugaritic

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