AL5325 Hebrew Textual Analysis


Course Summary

In this course students learn the steps needed to evaluate and understand the original authors intended meaning of Old Testament passages. As part of this process, students learn how to evaluate lexical and syntactical issues, interact with textual criticism, perform background studies, and interact with the various genres of the text. These steps enable students to interpret the original meaning and underlying theology in order to translate well and to apply the text, which students demonstrate in an exegetical paper over an assigned text.

Course Details

Level: Graduate
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: Fall
Prerequisites: AL5327 Hebrew 2.


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