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Exploring the Old Testament

OT500

Dr. Donna Petter

Associate Professor of Old Testament

Code Section Course Title Professor Site Date/Time
OT 500 JA Exploring the Old Testament D. Petter Online May 25 – August 17

Course Description

This course highlights the big picture of the Old Testament through the lens of relationship. Book by book it plots God’s relentless pursuit of a people (with whom he might relate), a place (for the relationship to unfold), and a presence (God’s presence that reveals his character). Through this tri-fold emphasis of a people, a place, and a presence (PPP) we will see how each book fits into the overarching story of the Old Testament and how the unfolding narrative points forward to the New Testament.

Course Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Articulate the main themes and content of each of the OT books from the primary source itself!
  2. Discuss the general literary, historical, and theological underpinnings of the OT.
  3. See the crucial link between the OT and NT!

Summer Applications Are Now Closed

However, this course is offered on a recurring schedule, reach out to our admissions team for an estimate of the next time this course will be offered.

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