Description
Scribes, Manuscripts, and the New Testament
An introduction to the history and present development of the text of the New Testament, including how ancient manuscripts illuminate the social history of early Christianity. Topics include the formation of the Gospels, development of the New Testament canon, the spread of Christianity, doctrinal disputes, the oppression of women, Jewish-Christian relations, as well as differences between modern Bible translations. Credit will not be allowed for both GREK 341 and RELB 341.
Details
Grading Basis
A-F Grade
Units
2
Component
Lecture - Required
Course Attributes
General Studies
Offering
Course
RELB 341
Academic Group
General
Academic Organization
Theology
Campus
College Place
Enrollment Requirements
To register for upper-division courses, students must complete the GS math requirement, ENGL 121, 122, and complete or is currently registered for ENGL 223 (College Writing or its equivalent), and complete 45 quarter hours of university course work.