AC4316 New Testament Survey

Course Summary

As an introductory survey of the history, literature, and message of the New Testament, the course traces the unfolding of over-arching themes, narrative storyline, and intertextual relationships as experienced in its religious Jewish context within Greco-Roman society. How Christian, rabbinic and historical critical approaches shaped the reading of the canon will be a focus of class discussions.

Course Details

Level: Undergraduate
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: Fall

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