The New Testament in its Jewish Context (JS219)

Catalog Description: Documents of the origin of Christianity and the social, literary, ideological, and theological contexts in which they emerged and which they reflect. Various critical methodologies employed in interpreting them.

From the Syllabus: This course offers an introduction to the materials documenting the origins of Christianity, to the social, literary, ideological, and theological contexts in which they emerged and which they reflect, and to the various critical methodologies employed in interpreting them.

Next Offered: AXLE Category: Writing Course: Also Eligible for Credit in: Taught by:
Spring 2014 P No Religious Studies Levine
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