To understand God’s divine purpose throughout the Bible, as well as Biblical structure, composition, and continuity of the Bible, and the cornerstones of Christian faith.
To understand modern day relevance behind the historical, moral, and prophetic contents within the canonized manuscript, the correlations between both Old and New Testaments, and the progression of characters throughout eras.
To understand eschatological implications from Genesis to Revelation and their relevance to modern life, as well as build the skill to interpret advanced Biblical language (hermeneutics).
To understand the Bible’s structure of chronological events and their divine inspiration in the Word of God, as well as a more critical look at historical events and the evolution of Christianity and their impact on the modern-day Church.
Applying the understandings from INTP250 & HST250, this course will provide an in-depth study of the book of Revelation, the last book of the New Testament. The course will explore the historical and theological contexts of all 22 chapters and its relevance for contemporary thought and practice. It will analyze key themes and motifs, with emphasis on interpreting the various symbols and imagery of the book.
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