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THEO 6321   (3-3-0)   Biblical Backgrounds
This course is designed to give students an understanding of the geography, history, and archaeology of the biblical world that will provide them with a cultural and chronological framework for further study of both the Old and New Testaments.   Periodically, Online.
Prerequisite: None.


THEO 6322   (3-3-0)   Old Testament Readings: Pentateuch
This course examines the Old Testament legal books – Genesis through Deuteronomy—with special emphasis upon themes and passages of great theological import. The place of the Pentateuch in the religion of Israel, the totality of Scripture and in current life will be discussed.   Periodically.
Prerequisite: None.


THEO 6323   (3-3-0)   Old Testament Readings: Prophets
This course examines the Old Testament prophetic and post-exilic literature with special emphasis upon themes and passages of great theological import. The place of the Old Testament prophetic and post-exilic literature in the religion of Israel, the totality of Scripture and in current life will be discussed.   Periodically.
Prerequisite: None.


THEO 6324   (3-3-0)   Old Testament Readings: Psalms and Wisdom Literature
This course examines the Old Testament Psalms and wisdom literature with special emphasis upon themes and passages of great theological import. The place of the Psalms and wisdom literature in the religion of Israel, the totality of Scripture and in current life will be discussed.  Periodically.
Prerequisite: None.


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