Reading and Believing: Hermeneutics in Genesis 1-3
|Title||Reading and Believing: Hermeneutics in Genesis 1-3|
|Study Modes||On Campus, Distance|
|Next Available||2015, Semester 1|
Reading and Believing: Hermeneutics in Genesis 1-3 provides the framework to form a understanding of major issues and ideas in hermeneutics, with particular reference to the exegesis of Genesis 1-3 and its use as Christian Scripture.
Prerequisites and Exclusions
Graduate level qualifications in an approved theological field.
By the end of this class, Postgraduate students should be able to:
- articulate a coherent approach to the interpretation of Scripture and its use in Christian ministry, with particular reference to Genesis 1-3;
- engage exegetically and theologically with the text of Genesis 1-3; demonstrate an awareness of practical and theoretical issues that arise in the use of Genesis 1-3 in preaching, teaching and ethical reflection in Christian ministry.
Self-directed time allocations in consultation with your supervisor.