Course Summary A study of the texts of Luke, Romans, Galatians, and the Epistles of John Primary attention is given to historico-grammatical exegesis. The course is organized in five modules: (1) Luke, (2) Romans and Galatians, and (3) The Epistles of John. 3 undergraduate semester credits.Credit not allowed with BRS 22.
• Utilize the principles that govern the interpretation of a Gospel and select New Testament Epistles
• Relate the themes that are pertinent to the Gospel of Luke and select New Testament Epistles
• Decide how New Testament Scriptures apply today
Credit. Credit for the course requires a score of 70% or greater on three multiple-choice examinations, an exegesis, and an essay. Each graded elements is valued at 20% of the final grade. A sample exam problem is given below.
The specific occasion that called forth the letter to the Galatians was (A) disagreement between two women, (B) a list of questions presented to Paul from the Galatians, (C) a man who was attempting to take over the Galatian churches, (D) to repair damage done by heretical teachers.
A Bible in any English translation. The New International Version is preferred as exam questions are keyed to this translation. See under Electronic Collection for available e-books.
The Google translation tool assists students whose native language is not English. It can be used to show the original English and an approximate translation. The tool is useful for reading the syllabus, resources, and examinations.