APTS-BIB509 Introduction to the Old Testament

Course Description

This is a graduate level technical introduction to the study of the Hebrew Scriptures. Seminarians will be introduced to both the methodologies that have been used to understand the First Testament and the different critical issues that have attracted the attentions of scholars.

Course Objectives

This course intends to:

  1. introduce the Seminarian to the different methodologies, both historical and literary, that have been used to study the so-called Old Testament;
  2. and to help the student to become acquainted with the critical issues that scholars have been investigating over the years.

Lecture Outline

 

  • Lecture 14: The Book of Ezekiel
    Collins, Introduction to the Hebrew Bible, 353-374.
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  • Lecture 15: The Book of the Twelve & Redaction Criticism
    • Presentation - Introduction to the Twelve
    • Presentation - Introduction to Redaction Criticism
    • MP3 - Introduction to the Twelve
    • MP3 - Redaction Criticism
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Hosea
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Joel
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Amos
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Obadiah
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Jonah
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Micah
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Nahum
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Habakkuk
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Zephaniah
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Haggai
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Zechariah
      • Bibliography - An Introductory Bibliography to the Book of Malachi
    • Links - The Twelve
    • Links - History of Research
    • Readings: Lecture 15-Readings.

     

 

 

 

 

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