BIB 110 Biblical Literature I - Old Testament (3 credits)
A course that has as its primary content the Old Testament, with special attention given to the law, the prophets and the history of Israel.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will:
- Know the individual books of the Old Testament and their place in the overall flow of the whole.
- Understand the major themes of the Old Testament and their place in Christian doctrine.
- Recognize the primary characters of the Old Testament and their roles in the history of God’s people.
- Incorporate the key principles of Old Testament truth in the experiences of daily living.
- A Survey of the Old Testament [laminated sheets study guide]
- A Survey of the Old Testament, Expanded and Redesigned (3rd Edition)
Most importantly, you will need a good cross-referenced Study Bible in a modern English translation, e.g., NASB, NIV, ESV.
This course consists of ten learning modules (each of which contain reading, quizzes, a written lesson, an online project, and an application assignment) and one final exam.
Each module is worth 80 points, and the final exam is 200 points, for a total of 1,000 points possible.
PhD, Trinity International University, 1998
MDiv, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1982
BA, Bethel College, 1978