RS 446 - Ancient Israel and Judah
This seminar explores ancient Israel from its beginnings around 1250 B.C. to the crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth around 33 A.D. Topics include the historical and archaeological origins of Israel and Judah, Biblical composition and authors, the Babylonian exile, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Jesus in Jewish and Christian historical context. Historiography and critical scholarship are emphasized.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Notes: This course is the same as HIST 446; credit will only be given for one of these courses.
This course is recommended as a senior capstone course in religious Studies.
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