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THEO 1002 Biblical Heritage II (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

The Bible has been an influential and often fundamental source for many modern, Western views of God, nature, human beings, a just society, and the origin and destiny of humanity and the world. An intelligent, serious reading of the Bible raises most of the perennial questions that have traditionally stood at the center of philosophical and theological debate. Thus, a thorough analysis of Biblical texts in terms of the central concerns of the Core curriculum will be the primary goal of the Biblical Heritage course.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: THEO1001

Cross listed with:

Comments: You must take both sections of Biblical Heritage (THEO1001 and THEO1002) to receive Core credit. There are no exceptions.


Last Updated: 18-Feb-15