BT 513 Poets [syllabus]
A detailed study of the poetic and wisdom books of the Old Testament: Job−Song of Solomon. Focus will be on introductory material, salient literary features, theology, canonical contribution, and contemporary debates.
This course will meet weeknights, January 2nd−5th and 8th–12th, 7pm−10pm,
Saturday, January 6th, 9am−5pm and Saturday, January 13th, 9am−5pm.
Extra time is built in to account for the chance of inclimate weather.
LA 492 Hebrew II [syllabus coming soon]
Intensive instruction in reading Old Testament Hebrew with emphasis on vocabulary, morphology and grammar. Together with Hebrew I students will be exposed to all the necessary tools for in-depth Old Testament translation.
This course will meet Thursday nights (7-10pm):
February 8-May 17.
No class on March 29 (Spring Break).
BT 614 Johannine Theology [syllabus]
A detailed study of the writings of the Apostle John: The Gospel of John and 1 John−Revelation. Focus will be on introductory material, salient literary features, theology, canonical contribution, and contemporary debates.
This course will meet Tuesday Nights (7-10pm):
February 6 through May 1.
No class on March 27 (Spring Break).
HT 601 The Church Fathers & Middle Ages [syllabus]
A survey of significant events, persons and doctrinal developments during the eras of “The Fathers” and Middle Ages. Attention will be specifically given to the trajectories that gave rise to “Western Christianity.”
This course will meet on the following 4 weekends (7-10pm on Fridays & 9am-5pm on Saturdays):