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THE 210: Understanding the Scriptures

Marian University (WI)
3 Credit Hours
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$850.00
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  • Class Start

    March 14, 2022

  • Class End

    May 01, 2022

  • Drop Day

    March 14, 2022

  • Term

    Spring 2022

  • Teacher

    TBD

  • Course Syllabus

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THE 210: Understanding the Scriptures is offered online by Marian University (WI). A basic introduction to reading and understanding the Bible. The course includes an overview of relevant historical backgrounds, an explanation and application of biblical methodologies, both traditional and contemporary, and an investigation of important biblical themes. Attention is given to the literary, historical, and theological significance and meaning of key scriptural texts.
Theology

Required Text

Osiek, C. ed Anselm Academic Study Bibile: New American Bible 9781599821245

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