Current Courses

Advanced Hermeneutics (In class May 29-31)

Description

Based on a review of fundamental hermeneutics, this course addresses contemporary hermeneutical issues. These topics include language, genre, authorial intent, inspiration, inerrancy, the relationship between the Testaments, the New Testament's use of the Old Testament, Dispensationalism, and other theological positions. A seminar format that includes student research and presentations will be followed during part of the course. (Prerequisite: BI607 or equivalent)

Details

Dept ID: BI
Course ID: 631
Course Type: M
Instructors Names: Baurain, Thomas
Credit Hours: 3

Dates & Times

Dates: 05/02/2014 to 06/30/2014

Meeting Days:

Thursday
01:00:00 PM - 09:00:00 PM

Friday
08:00:00 AM - 09:00:00 PM

Saturday
08:00:00 AM - 03:30:00 PM

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