On the off chance that you have ever been keen on studying the Old Testament, then [course_title] will be the right choice for you. This intensive course provides an introduction to the literature of the Hebrew Bible, its structure and contents. It intends to clear the common misconceptions about the Bible. Also, understand the historical events, and specific questions that inspire to draw out the overarching principles contained in the Old Testament.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: Yale University
|Lecture 1. The Parts of the Whole||00:46:00|
|Lecture 2. The Hebrew Bible in Its Ancient Near Eastern Setting: Biblical Religion in Context||00:46:00|
|Lecture 3. The Hebrew Bible in Its Ancient Near Eastern Setting: Genesis 1-4 in Context||00:48:00|
|Lecture 4. Doublets and Contradictions, Seams and Sources||00:00:00|
|Lecture 5. Critical Approaches to the Bible: Introduction to Genesis 12-50||00:49:00|
|Lecture 7. Israel in Egypt: Moses and the Beginning of Yahwism (Genesis 37- Exodus 4)||00:46:00|
|Lecture 8. Exodus: From Egypt to Sinai (Exodus 5-24, 32; Numbers)||00:48:00|
|Lecture 9. The Priestly Legacy: Cult and Sacrifice, Purity and Holiness in Leviticus and Numbers||00:49:00|
|Lecture 10. Biblical Law: The Three Legal Corpora of JE (Exodus), P (Leviticus and Numbers) and D||00:51:00|
|Lecture 11. On the Steps of Moab: Deuteronomy||00:48:00|
|Lecture 13. The Deuteronomistic History: Prophets and Kings (1 and 2 Samuel)||00:50:00|
|Lecture 14. The Deuteronomistic History: Response to Catastrophe (1 and 2 Kings)||00:52:00|
|Lecture 15. Hebrew Prophecy: The Non-Literary Prophets||00:50:00|
|Lecture 16. Literary Prophecy: Amos||00:48:00|
|Lecture 17. Literary Prophecy: Hosea and Isaiah||00:49:00|
|Lecture 18. Literary Prophecy: Micah, Zephaniah, Nahum and Habbakuk||00:49:00|
|Lecture 19. Literary Prophecy: Perspectives on the Exile (Jeremiah, Ezekiel and 2nd Isaiah)||00:47:00|
|Lecture 20. Responses to Suffering and Evil: Lamentations and Wisdom Literature||00:53:00|
|Lecture 21. Biblical Poetry: Psalms and Song of Songs||00:49:00|
|Lecture 22. The Restoration: 1 and 2 Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah||00:49:00|
|Lecture 23. Visions of the End: Daniel and Apocalyptic Literature||00:49:00|
|Lecture 24. Alternative Visions: Esther, Ruth, and Jonah||00:29:00|
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