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Within the framework of an exegetical study, you will focus on the New Testament's most organized, thorough exposition of the Christian faith and its relation to human history and implications for Christian living. Giving special attention to the personal application of the message, you will apply principles of biblical interpretation to the study of this book. Prerequisite: BIB 3420.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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Within the framework of an exegetical study, you will focus on the New Testament's most organized, thorough exposition of the Christian faith and its relation to human history and implications for Christian living. Giving special attention to the personal application of the message, you will apply principles of biblical interpretation to the study of this book. Prerequisite: BIB 3420.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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In this course designed for teachers of the Bible, you will develop a philosophy of Bible teaching and learn to follow a preparation procedure that will ensure that the purpose for which Scripture was given will be accomplished in your own teaching. You will focus specifically on how to plan a Bible curriculum with courses of study, units, and daily lessons, following the pattern of biblical revelation and teaching the biblical material with integrity. Prerequisite: BIB 3420
3.00
Fall, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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In this course designed for teachers of the Bible, you will develop a philosophy of Bible teaching and learn to follow a preparation procedure that will ensure that the purpose for which Scripture was given will be accomplished in your own teaching. You will focus specifically on how to plan a Bible curriculum with courses of study, units, and daily lessons, following the pattern of biblical revelation and teaching the biblical material with integrity. Prerequisite: BIB 3420
3.00
Fall, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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This is an independent study available to juniors and seniors by special arrangement with instructor. Consult with your academic advisor. Prerequisite: BIB 3420.
1.00-6.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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This is an independent study available to juniors and seniors by special arrangement with instructor. Consult with your academic advisor. Prerequisite: BIB 3420.
1.00-6.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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In this course you will master the content and theology of the Old Testament Wisdom books (Job, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes) by utilizing the exegetical tools you learned in BIB 3420. Emphases include: The unique purpose of each Wisdom book, the discovery of meaning, and the contemporary application of meaning. The instructor stresses the importance of literary analysis. This course serves as an Old Testament exegetical book study. Prerequisite: BIB 3420.
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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In this course you will master the content and theology of the Old Testament Wisdom books (Job, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes) by utilizing the exegetical tools you learned in BIB 3420. Emphases include: The unique purpose of each Wisdom book, the discovery of meaning, and the contemporary application of meaning. The instructor stresses the importance of literary analysis. This course serves as an Old Testament exegetical book study. Prerequisite: BIB 3420.
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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TBD
As a collection, Paul's letters form a significant part of our New Testament. The Prison Epistles (Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon), composed during Paul's time in prison for preaching the gospel, provide a significant contribution to the New Testament. The letters provide not only a glimpse into the situation taking place in the early church but also significant theological insight that is important for God's people today. This course will examine the historical setting, literary features, and theology of the Prison Epistles. Attention will be given to key texts and themes within these epistles as well as the broad contours of each of Paul's letters. Prerequisite: BIB 3420
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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TBD
As a collection, Paul's letters form a significant part of our New Testament. The Prison Epistles (Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon), composed during Paul's time in prison for preaching the gospel, provide a significant contribution to the New Testament. The letters provide not only a glimpse into the situation taking place in the early church but also significant theological insight that is important for God's people today. This course will examine the historical setting, literary features, and theology of the Prison Epistles. Attention will be given to key texts and themes within these epistles as well as the broad contours of each of Paul's letters. Prerequisite: BIB 3420
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
MAIN , ONLINE
0


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