Course Information

 

for A. Biblical Studies Department


ELEMENTS OF NT GREEK I (BS-1000)

Credits:3

ELEMENTS OF NT GREEK II (BS-1001)

Credits:3

BASIC GREEK II (BS-1003)

Credits:3

INTRODUCTION TO NT GREEK I (BS-1006)

Credits:3

ELEMENTS OF NT GREEK (BS-1010)

Credits:3

NT GREEK I: AN INTRODUCTION (BS-1020)

Credits:3

The first part of a two-semester course introducing the skills required to read and interpret New Testament texts in the original Greek. Basic and intermediate grammar and vocabulary on the focus, with an emphasis on acquiring the tools to sight-read texts. Grades will be based on class participation, quizzes, and midterm and final exams. This course is taught by PhD student Laura Jean Torgerson with a Newhall Award, under the supervision of Uriah Kim.

NT GREEK II: AN INTRODUCTION (BS-1021)

Credits:3

NEW TESTAMENT GREEK I (BS-1022)

Credits:3

ECCLESIASTICAL LATIN I (BS-1036)

Credits:3

This first half of a year's course aimed at preparing students to read (with a dictionary) Latin from Vulgate to recent Vatican documents. No prerequisites except rediness to come to class and study two/three hors in preparation. Daily recitation,occasional quizzes, midterm and final. Text: J.F. Collins, ^A Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin^ (CUA Press).

ECCLESIASTICAL LATIN II (BS-1037)

Credits:0

BIBLICAL GREEK PROGRAM (BS-1100)

Credits:6

BASIC HEBREW I (BS-1120)

Credits:3

An introduction to the basic phonology and morphology of biblical Hebrew. This course or the equivalent is a prerequisite for Basic Hebrew II, the intensive course given in January Intersession.

BASIC HEBREW II (BS-1121)

Credits:3

BIBLICAL HEBREW:INTRODUCTION (BS-1125)

Credits:3

ELEMENTARY BIBLICAL HEBREW I (BS-1127)

Credits:3

This is the first half of a year-long course introducing the basic grammar of biblical Hebrew. The course focuses on the basics of phonology (sounds), morphology (forms), and syntax (word order and function) for biblical Hebrew. The primary purpose of this course is to establish a foundational understanding of biblical Hebrew for students pursuing further study of the language. Issues of exegesis and interpretation will be discussed where appropriate, but the main focus of this course will be learning the grammar of biblical Hebrew. [20 max enrollment] NOTE: This course is taught by GTU PhD student Eric Sias with a Newhall Award, under the supervision of Uriah Kim.

ELEMENTARY BIBLICAL HEBREW II (BS-1128)

Credits:3

BIBLICAL HEBREW I (BS-1135)

Credits:3

BIBLICAL HEBREW II (BS-1136)

Credits:3

MINDS, MEANINGS & BIBLES (BS-1179)

Credits:1.5

USING BIBLICAL LANGUAGES (BS-1250)

Credits:3

INTERMEDIATE HEBREW I (BS-2002)

Credits:3

INTERMEDIATE HEBREW READING II (BS-2004)

Credits:3

READINGS IN BIBLICAL HEBREW (BS-2006)

Credits:1

INTERMEDIATE GREEK I (BS-2008)

Credits:3

This course is designed to develop proficiency in reading and translating New Testament Greek. For that purpose, it includes a revision of some elements of verb morphology, verbal aspect (tenses) and grammar. It nevertheless mostly consists in translating and analyzing sections of Luke, Acts and some letters from the Pauline corpus, paying special attention to syntax. The course also introduces the student to the usage of the critical apparatus of NA28. [Two semesters of Greek or equivalent; 20 max enrollment; Auditors excluded]

INTERMEDIATE GREEK II (BS-2009)

Credits:3

BIBLE STUDY FOR THE COMMUNITY (BS-2090)

Credits:3

THE BIBLE AND MYTHOLOGY (BS-2608)

Credits:3

PRAYER IN THE BIBLE (BS-3431)

Credits:3

ADVANCED GREEK I: (BS-4000)

Credits:3

ADVANCED HEBREW READING (BS-4002)

Credits:3

BIBLCL INTERPRTATN IN AFRICA (BS-4228)

Credits:3

INTRODUCTORY BBLCL LANGUAGES (BS-8100)

Credits:3

ELEMENTS OF NT GREEK (BS-8110)

Credits:3

BIBLCL FNDTNS OF SOC JUSTICE (BSCE-2260)

Credits:3

MORALITY IN SOCIAL LIFE (BSCE-2261)

Credits:3

THE BIBLE & RELIGIOUS EDUCATN (BSED-4315)

Credits:3

BIBLE PREACHING (BSHM-4023)

Credits:3

GNDR/SXLTY ISLAM/JUDAISM/XNTY (BSHR-2326)

Credits:1.5

INTERTESTAMENTAL LITERATURE (BSHR-4010)

Credits:3

HISTORY OF BIBLE TRANSLATION (BSHR-4530)

Credits:3

INTRO TO RABBINIC LITERATURE (BSHS-3320)

Credits:3

WORSHIP IN THE BIBLE (BSLS-2926)

Credits:3

DECOLONIZING BIBLE STUDY: (EDBS-4563)

Credits:3

NT INTRODUCTION: (NT-1004)

Credits:3

PAUL (NT-1005)

Credits:3

INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT (NT-1011)

Credits:3

INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT (NT-1016)

Credits:3

INTRO TO NT GREEK (NT-1070)

Credits:3

READING NT TEXTS IN GREEK (NT-1074)

Credits:3

INTERPRETING THE GOSPELS (NT-1075)

Credits:3

NEW TESTAMENT MIRACLE STORIES (NT-1500)

Credits:3

NEW TESTAMENT BASIC WORKSHOP (NT-1900)

Credits:0

LUKE ACTS (NT-2026)

Credits:3

KNGDM OF GOD/SYNOPTIC TRADTN (NT-2053)

Credits:3

THE FOUR GOSPELS (NT-2200)

Credits:3

THE CANONICAL GOSPELS (NT-2220)

Credits:3

THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS (NT-2238)

Credits:3

THE GOSPEL OF JOHN (NT-2251)

Credits:3

JOHANNINE CORPUS (NT-2277)

Credits:3

PAUL (NT-2500)

Credits:3

THE PAULINE CORPUS (NT-2520)

Credits:3

PAUL'S LETTERS-CONTEXT & THLGY (NT-2523)

Credits:3

NT, CULTRL FRMTN, & SOC EXP (NT-2815)

Credits:3

ETHNICITIES IN NT (NT-2862)

Credits:3

PRAYER IN THE NT (NT-3030)

Credits:3

THE NT IN ITS ENVIRONMENT (NT-3310)

Credits:3

WAR AND PEACE IN THE NT (NT-3720)

Credits:3

LUKE-ACTS (NT-4007)

Credits:3

JOHN'S GOSPEL:RCNT LIT APPCHS (NT-4062)

Credits:3

SERMON ON THE MOUNT IN CNTXT (NT-4147)

Credits:3

MIRACLE STORIES IN NT: (NT-4211)

Credits:3

NEW PERSPECTIVES ON PAUL (NT-4380)

Credits:3

ROMANS (NT-4394)

Credits:3

THE CORINTHIAN BODY (NT-4421)

Credits:3

PHILIPPIANS/PHLMON/COLOSSIANS (NT-4423)

Credits:3

ART,ARCHITECTURE & 1-2 COR (NT-4435)

Credits:3

LUKE-ACTS: NARRATIVE PRSPCTIVE (NT-4495)

Credits:3

INTERPRETING THE BODY (NT-4577)

Credits:3

AS NVER SEEN B4:VISIONS IN NT (NT-4900)

Credits:3

IN-CARNATION INTO THE WORLD (NT-8004)

Credits:3

INTRO TO NT GREEK (NT-8100)

Credits:3

INTERPRETING THE GOSPELS (NT-8175)

Credits:3

PAUL'S LETTERS:CNTXT & THLGY (NT-8270)

Credits:3

RACIAL/ETHNIC READING OF NT (NT-8310)

Credits:3

GOSPEL OF MATTHEW IN CONTEXTS (NT-8450)

Credits:3

GENDER & SEXUALITY IN THE NT (NTBS-3007)

Credits:3

PARABLES OF JESUS (NTBS-4500)

Credits:3

PREACHING PAUL (NTHM-1105)

Credits:3

EXEGETING LUKE FOR PREACHING (NTHM-2246)

Credits:3

BORDER: TERMS-IDEOLOGIES-PERF (NTHR-4610)

Credits:3

NT TEXTS & EARLY FATHERS (NTHS-4225)

Credits:3

INTERPRETING SACRED TEXTS (NTOT-1709)

Credits:3

1/2 CORINTHIANS & ANCIENT ART (NTRA-8400)

Credits:3

MYTHS, GOSPEL, AND HUMAN LIVES (NTRS-2360)

Credits:3

SPIRITUALITY SUFFERING JOHN (NTSP-2270)

Credits:3

JOHN:THEOLOGY & SPIRITUALITY (NTSP-4840)

Credits:3

INTERPRETING THE BODY (NTST-3512)

Credits:3

INTRO TO THE OLD TESTAMENT (OT-1075)

Credits:3

INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT (OT-1080)

Credits:3

This course will provide a basic introduction to the study and message of the OT. The successful student will have 1) acquired a socio-cultural and theological overview of the Old Testament with foci on basic content as well as critical issues and exegetical and hermeneutical methodologies; 2) developed a self-awareness concerning his/her own social location and its relationship to the reading, thinking, and doing of biblical, historical, and theological work.

INTRO TO THE OT (OT-1101)

Credits:3

CRITICAL INTRO TO O.T. (OT-1115)

Credits:3

PENTATEUCH & FORMER PROPHETS (OT-1200)

Credits:3

HEBREW SCRIPTURES WORKSHOP (OT-1900)

Credits:0

TEACHING THE OT: AN INTRO (OT-2025)

Credits:3

FILM AND THE HEBREW BIBLE (OT-2056)

Credits:3

PENTATEUCH & FORMER PROPHETS (OT-2094)

Credits:3

PENTATEUCH (OT-2100)

Credits:3

INTRO TO THE BOOK OF THE 12 (OT-2145)

Credits:3

BIBLICAL PROPHETS (OT-2146)

Credits:3

WRITINGS & LATE OT PROPHECY (OT-2153)

Credits:3

PROPHETS: DIVISION TO EXILE (OT-2154)

Credits:3

PROPHETS OF ISRAEL (OT-2155)

Credits:3

OT AS SCRIPTURE: (OT-2158)

Credits:3

OT INTRO:LAW & PROPHETS (OT-2310)

Credits:3

TALKING WITH THE BIBLE (OT-2450)

Credits:3

PSALMS (OT-2508)

Credits:3

THE PSALMS (OT-2511)

Credits:3

WISDOM/WRITINGS (OT-2608)

Credits:3

THE WRITINGS (OT-2625)

Credits:3

OT EXEGESIS: EXODUS (OT-3205)

Credits:3

THE BOOK OF JOB (OT-3220)

Credits:3

THE BIBLE AND IMMIGRATION (OT-4091)

Credits:3

WISDOM/WRITINGS (OT-4390)

Credits:3

LEADING THROUGH LAMENT (OT-4404)

Credits:3

READING ISAIAH WITH HOPE/PEACE (OT-4422)

Credits:3

CRITICAL INTRO: HEBREW BIBLE (OT-8114)

Credits:3

OT INTRO: LAW & PROPHETS (OT-8200)

Credits:3

OT PROPHETS (OT-8250)

Credits:3

THE WRITINGS (OT-8260)

Credits:3

THEOLOGIES IN THE OT (OT-8475)

Credits:3

BEGINNING BIBLICAL HEBREW (OTBS-1118)

Credits:3

THE BIBLE IN THE NEAR EAST: (OTNT-1708)

Credits:3

SOCIAL JUSTICE IN HEBREW BIBL (OTRS-1807)

Credits:3

OT DEATH MOURNING & AFTERLIFE (OTRS-2500)

Credits:3

PSALMS (OTSP-2503)

Credits:3