|Frequency||Every three years|
|Credits||5 ECTS||Workload||125-150 Hours|
|Applicability||This Module provides a basis for Pentecostal-Charismatic Pneumatology and will provide essential historical and theological information.
|Course structure||See module and courses|
|Contact time||35-45 Hours||Self-Study||105-125 Hours|
|Participation requirement||See access to the program|
|Content of the Module||This course will focus on a careful exegetical analysis of the Greek or Hebrew text of the book under discussion. Matters of interpretation and elements of advanced grammar will be discussed. The specific book chosen for the seminar may vary from year to year.
This course is intended to illuminate the distinctive character, content, context, and canonical contributions of the book of Isaiah. The student will be challenged to work directly with the biblical text and engage with critical biblical scholarship on the book of Isaiah in developing informed approaches to reading, interpreting, and appropriating the book of Isaiah for our contemporary context.
A. General Learning Objectives
B. Specific Behavioral Objectives
|Outline||A. Canonical Context of the Book
B. Historical Context of the Book
C. Literary Features of the Book
D. Major Lines of Biblical Scholarship on the Book
E. Exposition of the Major Sections of the Book
F. Theological Import and Application of the Book
|Core Literature||Depending on the Book! This information will be published on Moodle!|