First Century Methods I
You will be learning ancient methods that penetrate the depth of Scripture. To do this you must learn to think with an ancient Hebraic perspective.This course is the result of several years of work and study by Dr. Davis to recapture a Hebraic way of thinking and first century methods of searching the Scriptures. Offered as both a self-study course and an online course. See 'Course Registration' for online session information.
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The full title of this course is First Century Methods I: Recovering Ancient Methods of Bible Study.
We often let others interpret Scripture for us. But sometimes we decide to go farther so we participate in a Bible study class at church or take a hermeneutics course at a college or seminary. Yet this course is quite different. You will be learning ancient methods that penetrate the depth of Scripture. To do this you must learn to think with an ancient Hebraic perspective.
“When I first began to perceive the Hebraic nature of the New Testament,” Dr. Anne Davis explains, “I had to learn how to think like the people of Israel thought at the time of Yeshua and to approach the Holy Writings as they did.” She found this was no easy task “because we are steeped in western traditions that stem originally from an ancient Greco-Roman culture.”
This course, which is offered as both a self-study course and an online course, is the result of several years of work and study by Dr. Davis to recapture a Hebraic way of thinking and first century methods of searching the Scriptures. “It changed my life,” she shares, “because, with this approach to studying the Scriptures, God began to show me an incredible depth of understanding not only about Him but also about what He is doing in this world.”
The goal of this course is to help you learn and practice certain skills so you can penetrate the depth of Scripture.
Chapter 1: Comparing Hebrew and Greek Thought
Chapter 2: Importance of History, Geography and Culture
Chapter 3: Mysterious Artistry of Biblical Poetry
Chapter 4: Key Words
Chapter 5: Imagery and Symbolism
Chapter 6: Names and Numbers
Chapter 7: Echoes in Scripture
Chapter 8: Word Study
Chapter 9: Unraveling Chiastic Construction
Chapter 10: What to do with a Citation
Chapter 11: One Unified Message
Chapter 12: Stewards of the Mysteries of God
- Dr. Anne Davis
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- Publication Date:
- January 2014
- Course for Credit:
- 4 SCH
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