2020-2021 Catalog 
    Jul 22, 2024  
2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BLIT 445 - Old Testament Theology

3 hours
This course will examine the Old Testament as Scripture of the Christian Church in order to hear and understand the biblical testimony of God and his revelatory and reconciling work in the world. It will examine the history of the discipline, which will include noting various methods of doing biblical theology such as: themes and ideas, history of salvation, literary approaches, cultural and sociological methods, and the Bible as canon. It will also concentrate on an in-depth study of major theological themes of the Old Testament such as: covenant, grace, faithful response to God, sin and accountability, holiness, and hope for the future; as well as a reflective analysis of the theological role of the scripture for today amid various and shifting cultural concerns. Prerequisite(s): BLIT 250 , BLIT 305 . UG