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Course Section Listing Course Course Title Term Credits Status
COURSE_SECTION-3-156952 RELC 101-1 Introduction to the Hebrew Bible Fall 2023 4.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Location Start Date End Date
MWF 1025 AM 1115 AM Dewey Room 2110E 08/30/2023 12/22/2023
Enrollment: Enrolled     
15
Capacity     
No Cap
Co-Located: JWST 106-1 (P), RELC 101-1
Instructors: Anne Merideth
Delivery Mode: In-Person
Description: Examination of the texts of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament for Christians) in their religious, historical, and literary contexts. In this course, students will learn the history of the Ancient Israelite people from their origins down through the post-Exilic period. Study of the texts of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) enable us to explore what we can know about Ancient Israelite society and culture, the rise and fall of Israel as a nation-state, religious and theological debates about the role of God in shaping history and the problem of suffering, as well as the writing of the biblical texts and the development of the canon.
Offered: Fall Spring Summer

Course Section Listing Course Course Title Term Credits Status
COURSE_SECTION-3-131553 RELC 101-1 Introduction to the Hebrew Bible Fall 2022 4.0 - 0.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Location Start Date End Date
MWF 1025 AM 1115 AM Dewey Room 2110E 08/31/2022 12/22/2022
Enrollment: Enrolled     
18
Capacity     
No Cap
Co-Located: JWST 106-1 (P), RELC 101-1
Instructors: Anne Merideth
Description: Examination of the texts of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament for Christians) in their religious, historical, and literary contexts. In this course, students will learn the history of the Ancient Israelite people from their origins down through the post-Exilic period. Study of the texts of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) enable us to explore what we can know about Ancient Israelite society and culture, the rise and fall of Israel as a nation-state, religious and theological debates about the role of God in shaping history and the problem of suffering, as well as the writing of the biblical texts and the development of the canon.
Offered: Fall Spring Summer