Part 1: Critical textual competence Students are exposed to diverging translations and interpretations of selected OT and NT texts. Through their own knowledge of and competence in intra-, inter- and extratextual analysis they are guided towards critical assessment of diverging points of view and independent decision making in the reading, analysis and understanding of ancient literary texts. Part 2: Integration of analytical skills Students are guided towards independent reading and analysis of chosen Greek and Hebrew texts by integrated application of all knowledge and skills acquired in GRK and HEB modules on year levels 1 and 2, as well as in BYT 251, 310 and 320.
2 discussion classes per week, 2 lectures per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Ancient and Modern Languages and Cultures
Period of presentation
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