The Pentateuch

Subject Code OT420/430 - Undergraduate
OT620/630- Graduate
TitleThe Pentateuch
Study Modes On Campus, Distance
Next Available2015, Semester 1
TypeElective

Introduction

This subject is one of the most important areas of study in the Old Testament. This includes an understanding and overview of the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. What makes these books so important? Interest will be focused on the overall structure and themes that hold these books together. Different scholars’ approaches will be examined, including an in-depth analysis of select theological and exegetical issues associated with these books.

Prerequisites and Exclusions

Pre-requisites: OT301/501 and OT302/502 and OT303/503

Time Commitment

This subject will require a time commitment on behalf of the student. If you are studying online you will need to commit to approximately 10 hours per week. If you are studying on campus you will need to commit to 3 hours of lecture time and approximately 7 hours private study per week.

eCampus

Whatever method of study you choose, you will require Internet access to access the resources on our eCampus.