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Summer Term 2015 Offerings

REL 314-46 Women in the Bible: Gender and Culture
This course is a critical analysis of women figures in biblical texts and contexts, using historical, anthropological, sociological, feminist, literary and theological methodologies. Students will gain the skills necessary to interpret biblical stories of women in light of the contexts of the times, in ancient Israel and 1st–2nd century Palestine and nearby areas in the New Testament period.

June 8–July 4, 2015

REL 320-46 The Emergence of Christian Thought
Traces the historical development of crucial Christian doctrines including the Trinity, the two natures of Christ, and original sin in the early Christian centuries together with the medieval and Reformation development and modification of these doctrines. The contemporary relevance of the Christian tradition is emphasized.

June 8–July 4, 2015
Lecture: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
6:30–10:00 p.m., Location: TBA

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