SOT 616: Exposition of the Old Testament Wisdom Books 3 credits
An expositional study of Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon. Special theological and hermeneutical problems of the books will be considered. Preparation of expository sermon outlines from selected passages required.
- Dates: October 23 – December 9
- Register by: October 9
- Number of Proctored Tests in Course: 1
Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs vol. 14, NAC
The Wisdom of Proverbs, Job, & Ecclesiastes
Beyond Suffering: Discovering the Message of
SOT 620: Survey of the Old Testament 2 credits
Orientation of the student to the content and theological message of each book of the Old Testament. The focus is on the macroscopic perspective and the relevance of the Old Testament to the present. Includes discussion of key issues in scholarly debate and liberal-critical attacks. Emphasizes personal Bible study methods. For students with little or no undergraduate background in Bible.
SOT 776: Theology & Practice of Prayer 3 credits
Investigation and systematization of the teaching of Scripture from biblical models, commands, and instructions concerning prayer. Readings from the major devotional and expositional classics on the subject.
SOT 635: Biblical Hermeneutics 3 credits
A study of the principles and practices essential to biblical interpretation with an emphasis on the conservative, grammatical-historical-contextual method, presupposing the inerrancy of Scripture. Special attention will also be given to the interpretation of the various genres of Scripture, including poetry, narrative, epistolary and apocalyptic literature.
- Dates: March 5 – April 28
- Register by: February 19
Invitation to Biblical Interpretation: Exploring Hermeneutical Triad - History, Literature, Theology
Kostenberger, Andreas J. and Richard D. Patterson
Grand Rapids, MI
Kregel Academic and Professional
The Climax of Biblical Prophecy: A Guide to Interpreting Revelation
Bob Jones University Press
LOGOS Bronze or better
SOT 640: Old Testament Theology 3 credits
Principles and methods of biblical theology as applied to the Old Testament.
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