Pauline Literature: Romans

Course number: BS1232     Credit hours: 3 hrs

The course will approach Romans as a letter in its entirety, with reference to theological convergence with the rest of Scripture in general, and Pauline literature specifically. The course will reinforce (in an introductory sense) some of the ideas behind the metanarrative of the Scripture, some basic principles of hermeneutics, and some preliminary considerations in exegesis. Students will receive some initial instruction on components of the metanarrative. There are two major parts to the course: an overview of Pauline Literature and an in-depth study of the letter to the Romans.


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