Course Description

BIB 406
Seminar in New Testament Exegesis [Lecture] (3.0)

This course introduces advanced students to in-depth study of a particular New Testament book through class lectures and student-led seminars. Books selected for study vary from year to year, and might include Mark, Romans, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Hebrews, Revelation, etc. The course will focus on careful inductive, social and literary analysis of, and theological reflection on, the selected New Testament book, with the aim of helping students learn to become competent and informed exegetes of Scripture. Prerequisite: BIB 101, 102, and at least two 200- or 300-level New Testament BIB courses or permission of the instructor. Greek 101 and 102 recommended but not required. Recommended for seniors. (May be repeated if topic differs.) (Offered on demand)


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