BIB 2983 Interpreting the New Testament

Introduces students to the tools, methods, and practices for interpreting the New Testament. Incorporating a survey of the history of interpretation, modern traditional historical-critical methods, and recent trends in hermeneutics, this course introduces a broad array of interpretive methodologies and strategies for engaging diverse viewpoints. The course also covers the basics of Greek grammar for the purpose of enhancing student research capabilities. The course culminates with an exegesis paper. PR: REL 1013.

Credits

3