BIB5521 Pentateuch

On-site Course Dates: March 12 - 13, 2020

Instructor: Nate Wall, PhD (candidate)

Overview: The Pentateuch is a foundational part of Scripture that shapes the stage for the rest of the Bible. A good grasp of the themes in the Pentateuch is critical for understanding all that follows it. It is here that the various themes are introduced and begin their development. Special attention should be paid to:

  • The need and hope for a Messiah;
  • The Covenant promises to Noah, Abraham, and Israel, and the hope for a New Covenant;
  • The need for holiness, sacrifice, and the longing for God’s Presence;
  • The development of the missional people of God, who live with love for their neighbours;
  • Living as those made in the Image of God, as commissioned representatives in God’s world

Registered participants will be forwarded the preparatory reading list a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the course date.

Individual courses for grade may be taken at a cost of $700/course.

*Available for Audit: Students who wish to ‘audit’ this course may do so at the following cost(s): $250/course. Auditing a course allows a student to take a class without the benefit of a grade or credit for the course. A person who audits a course does so for the purposes of self-enrichment and academic exploration. The audit option may not be available on all courses offered by Threshold School of Ministry. Auditing is only offered when space-availability permits, and upon approval of the Threshold School of Ministry administration and faculty.

*Prices include lunch. Books and required reading material not included.


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