Course Description

BIB 403
Topics in New Testament Theology [Lecture] (3.0)

This course introduces advanced students to in-depth study of major theological themes in the New Testament or to intensive study of important recent books in New Testament theology. Different topics and/or books will be selected from year to year. Utilizing class lectures and student-led seminars, the course aims to deepen student understanding of important New Testament scholarship by exposure to a range of secondary literature in the field. The focus will be on a "Biblical" rather than "Systematic" theological approach. Prerequisites: BIB 101, 102, and at least two 200- or 300-level New Testament BIB courses or permission of the instructor. Recommended for seniors. (May be repeated if topic differs.) (Offered on demand)


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