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THEO 4290: Biblical Theology
Prerequisite: UFDN 3100, and (THEO 3110 or THEO 3210). The Bible is the church's Scripture-a sacred text that communicates a word from the living God for the ongoing people of God. This simple definition provides the course with its essential focus: to train students of Scripture how to interpret faithfully and skillfully the richness of its diverse but integral parts, Old Testament and New Testament, in order to hear a fresh word from God for today. Students of this course will learn the terms of Scripture's authority for believers and will discuss the variety of practical issues staked out whenever the Bible is studied as a witness to the Holy Trinity. Students will study the various attempts, ancient and modern, to integrate the church's theology and its biblical texts in coherent and useful ways.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
Spring 46753 5 Frank Spina
Final: Tue
Demaray Hall 360
Demaray Hall 360
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Attributes: Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course

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