Part 1:Texts in context OT texts are read in their Ancient Near Eastern context with special reference to intra-, inter- and extratextual relations. NT and/or Patristic texts are read in their Jewish and Hellenistic context with special reference to intra-, inter- and extra-textual relations. Part 2: Between the Testaments Reading and interpreting of Hebrew and Greek inter-testamental literature, including Qumran literature, Ben Sira and Greek apocryphal books like Judit or Tobit.
2 lectures per week, 2 discussion classes per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Ancient and Modern Languages and Cultures
Period of presentation
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