Pentateuch is a study of Genesis through Deuteronomy. It builds on the methodology of the first Inductive Biblical Studies course by further use of what has been previously learned and by emphasizing the study of books as wholes.  Accordingly, there is special focus on the initial survey of books as wholes, the interpretation of parts of books in the context of the book as a whole and the synthesis of the book.  In addition, attention is given to thinking, valuing, and living biblically by placing individual passages within their larger canonical contexts and by learning how to apply Scripture to life and ministry.

  • Course Categories: Biblical Studies
  • Science Topics: Physics and Cosmos
  • Syllabus: Pentateuch
  • Tags:
    cosmology, astronomy, physics, biblical studies, evangelical, conservative protestant, physics and cosmos, pentateuch

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