1 THC1 Old Testament Survey
In this course, the student learns the structure, literary features, background, outline, content, central message, and theology of each book of the Old Testament, Genesis to Malachi.
The course will show the value of understanding the Bible in its historical, geographical, linguistic, and literary setting. Students will be able to explain ways in which God intervenes in time and space, and how this worldview is supported by the inspired Scriptures. Students will be able to tell the meta-story of the Bible to non-believers. Students will apply underlying biblical principles of holy love in their lives as a godly example to others.
Click below for Learning Resources:
- Teaching Notes and Resources
- Class Notes on Introduction to the Bible (Ackerman)
- Engaging the Story of God (Fringer)
- Video Lectures on the Old Testament: See B101 Sessions 1-11 (Ackerman)
- Introduction to the Old Testament (Africa)
- Introduction to the Old Testament (USA/Canada)
- How we Got Our Bible (Earle)
- Story of the Old Testament (Winchester)