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How to Use this Guide
Welcome to the Biblical Studies guide. This guide acts as a starting point for your research and supports the Christian Studies Department and its related majors. Consult it to learn where to find books, articles, journals, databases, and other information resources. You will find resources for exegetical and hermeneutical criticism of both the Canon and extra-Canonical books. Located on the tabs are different types of resources- Books, Journals, Websites, etc. Click on the tab to find Biblical Studies resources in that format.
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Eat This Book by
Call Number: BS511.3.P48 2006
Publication Date: 2006-01-01
Eat This Book challenges us to read the Scriptures on their own terms, as God's revelation, and to live them as we read them. With warmth and wisdom Peterson offers greatly needed, down-to-earth counsel on spiritual reading. In these pages he draws readers into a fascinating conversation on the nature of language, the ancient practice of lectio divina, and the role of Scripture translations; included here is the inside story behind Peterson's own popular Bible translation, The Message."
The Old Testament by
Call Number: GREAT COURSES DVD REL LEV OLD
Publication Date: 2002-01-01
This course provides a detailed investigation of the Old Testament, the Scripture that emerged from the Hebrew people and still forms the foundation of the Jewish faith today, as well as underlying the Christian and Islamic traditions. These lectures introduce you to the history, religion, and literature of ancient Israel as preserved in the Old Testament or Tanakh. The influence of ancient Israel's religious and national literature is evident in everything from medieval mystery plays to modern novels, art, music, theater, film, and dance. Professor Amy-Jill Levine brings biblical characters and passages to life and vividly reveals the magnificent artistry that suffuses the Old Testament.
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