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This is a legacy edition of this course that should not be used if taking the course for credit.

These lectures will help you interpret and apply the first five books of the Bible, which often seem distant and difficult to understand. You’ll get a sense for the literary structure of each book as well as the original meaning as inspired by the Holy Spirit. Special topics include the relevance of the OT, the concept of Law in the OT and NT, holy war, covenant theology, and worship. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to grow in your knowledge of these books and ultimately how they point us to Jesus Christ.

The Pentateuch Reformed Theological Seminary

    • Religion und Spiritualität

This is a legacy edition of this course that should not be used if taking the course for credit.

These lectures will help you interpret and apply the first five books of the Bible, which often seem distant and difficult to understand. You’ll get a sense for the literary structure of each book as well as the original meaning as inspired by the Holy Spirit. Special topics include the relevance of the OT, the concept of Law in the OT and NT, holy war, covenant theology, and worship. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to grow in your knowledge of these books and ultimately how they point us to Jesus Christ.

    Introduction: The Relevance of the Old Testament

    Introduction: The Relevance of the Old Testament

    • 45 Min.
    Introduction: Focus in Old Testament Interpretation

    Introduction: Focus in Old Testament Interpretation

    • 31 Min.
    Introduction: Summarizing the Original Meaning

    Introduction: Summarizing the Original Meaning

    • 32 Min.
    Genesis: Overview

    Genesis: Overview

    • 47 Min.
    Genesis: The Primeval History

    Genesis: The Primeval History

    • 47 Min.
    Genesis: The Corruption of Cosmic Order

    Genesis: The Corruption of Cosmic Order

    • 47 Min.

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