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This topic introduces the Old Testament Prophetic literature. It will discuss the prophet's role in Israel's society and develop an understanding of the prophetic literature. In depth attention will be given to particular books from which passages for exegesis will be selected. These texts will be examined in light of their historical and contemporary relevance.
In this topic students will:
gain an appreciation of the role of the prophets in the society of ancient Israel
develop their skills in exegesis and theology
develop skills in the critical evaluation of the scholarly literature in the field of Biblical Studies
appreciate the meaning and significance of the Prophetic literature within the Hebrew Scriptures
be aware of the significance of the Prophetic literature for contemporary contexts
Expected learning outcomes
By the end of the topic the students will be able to:
recognise the literary and historical issues surrounding the prophetic literature
demonstrate competence in exegesis, including the ability to select appropriate critical tools for the text
research, evaluate and present reasoned discussion in support of arguments
discuss the theology of a given text and be able to apply it to a contemporary context
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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