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BIBL 762

New Testament Seminar: Reverberations of Scripture in the Gospels

Reverberations of Scripture in the Gospels is an advanced New Testament seminar designed to heighten understanding of how the gospel writers were shaped by their interaction with the Scriptures of Israel. Topics include consideration of various forms of appropriation employed by the gospel writers and Jesus himself, forms such as quotations, allusions, echoes, the use of rabbinic techniques, and the crafting of narrative structures. The seminar begins with five weeks of lecture on prolegomena to the subject and an introduction to the use of Scripture in each of the canonical Gospels. This will be followed by two weeks of reading, analyzing, and discussing articles assessing some aspect of the use of the Jewish scriptures in the canonical gospels. The balance of the term consists of student presentations of critical research on the impact of the Scriptures on a pericope from the Life of Christ. This phase of the seminar will be conducted by a format of presentation-formal response-rejoinder-discussion.

This course has a maximum enrollment of 12 students.

To get into a priority enrollment course, you must register by the early registration deadline (see Important Dates) and must submit a Priority Enrollment Course Request (available through the "Additional Registration Requests" section of the Registration menu in REGIS or download it directly here) after completing your registration. Class lists will be determined within a week after the early registration deadline, and you will be notified by email shortly thereafter. First priority will be given to students who need a course for the program to which they have been admitted, and who have registered by the early registration deadline.

Credit Hours:
BIBL 501, BIBL 502, BIBL 503, LANG 550, LANG 551

Additional Info

Fall 2023
This seminar is available onsite and online. Students must register for the online section to gain Zoom access to the course. All course sessions must be attended live, with no asynchronous option.

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