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BI 502 100: New Testament Survey

  • Start date: January 19, 2022

An introductory survey of the New Testament within the context of the ​Hellenistic-Roman world of the first century A.D. The genres of literature in the New Testament, as well as consideration of the contents, teaching and literary structure of the individual books. Examination of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, apostolic history, principal critical issues, and the unity and diversity of New Testament theology.

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  • Time: Wednesday, 6:00-9:00
    Credit: 3 hours
    Location: Online
    Instructor: Kenneth Cuffey
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BI 501 100: Old Testament Survey

  • Start date: August 25, 2021

An introduction to the literature of the Old Testament/Hebrew bible within the context of the history of Israel and the ancient Near East. The course will consider the interpretation of varied genres and will provide a survey of the individual books, their backgrounds and messages, and the developing revelation of God’s saving work throughout history. Emphasis placed on pivotal themes such as creation, covenant, promise, and the coming Messiah.

  • Time: Wednesday, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    Credit: 3 hours
    Location: Online
    Instructor: Kenneth Cuffey
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Ancient China: Its Old Testament Roots

  • Start date: January 14, 2019

Ancient China is a treasure trove of data that reveals the Chinese’s extensive knowledge of events in Genesis.  Emphasis is placed on its philosophers: Lao Tzu, Confucius, Han Fei-Tzu, Mo-Tzu.  China’s unique writing demonstrates an abiding knowledge of Genesis through oral tradition.  The emperor’s practice of sacrificing a perfect animal…

  • Time: Monday 6:00-9:00
    Credit: 3 hours
    Location: TBA
    Instructor: Lawson Lau
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