ARCHAEOLOGY OF EGYPT. A survey of the history of excavation, the history and geography of the land, and the bearing upon the Old Testament. Prerequisite, Old Testament 302. Elective. Credit, two hours. ARCHAEOLOGY OF PALESTINE. A survey of the history of excavation, the history and geography of the land, and the bearing upon the Old Testa ment. Prerequisite, Old Testament 302. Elective. Credit, two hours. HEBREW SEMINAR. Old Testament problems. This course is given only for those who have had at least two years of Hebrew, in order to allow in dependent work in some chosen phase of the Old Testament field. Credit will be based on the amount of work and thesis, by sliding scale. Elective. Credit, two hours.
DEPARTMENT OF NEW TESTAMENT
REID McCULLOUGH, B.D., Professor WALTER W. WESSEL, Th.B., Associate Professor
The Department has as its aim a thorough grounding in the field of the New Testament by providing the student with a thorough knowledge of the grammar and syntax of Biblical Greek and the literature of the New Testament. Exegetical and critical problems are dealt with in order to develop a careful approach to New Testament interpretation. 301-302 NEW TESTAMENT GREEK. An introduction to the grammar, syntax and vocabulary of New Testament Greek with practice in reading simple passages from the Greek New Testament. Credit, four hours each semester. 401-402 GREEK EXEGESIS I and II. The careful reading of the Gospel of John emphasizing vocabulary, syntax and grammar with a view to facility in read ing. Credit, two hours each semester. 501-502 GREEK EXEGESIS III and IV. An exegetical study of the more difficult books of the New Testament, seeking to obtain a moderate acquaintance with the Septuagint by translating portions of the Authorized English Version into Koine Greek.
III- Romans, I Corinthians or Hebrews and two of the shorter Epistles. IV-One of the Synoptic Gospels, as well as ·one or two of the shorter Epistles, concluding with a Term Paper on some important phase of Greek New Testament study encountered in our progress through the New Testament. Credit, two hours each semester. NEW TESTAMENT INTRODUCTION. An introduction to the literature of the New Testament with special reference to problems of the literary, his torical and textual origination. Credit, two hours. 45
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