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ENAM0180

Intro to Biblical Literature

An Introduction to Biblical Literature (I)
This course is a general introduction to biblical history, literature, and interpretation. It aims to acquaint students with the major characters, narratives, and poetry of the Jewish and Christian scriptures, with special emphasis on the ways scripture has been used and interpreted in Western culture. Students interested in more detailed analysis of the material should enroll in RELI 0280 and RELI 0281. 3 hrs. lect./1 hr. disc.
Subject:
English & American Literatures
Department:
English & American Literatures
Division:
Literature
Requirements Fulfilled:
LIT PHL
Equivalent Courses:
RELI0180 *

Sections

Spring 2015

ENAM0180A-S15 Lecture (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180X-S15 Discussion (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180Y-S15 Discussion (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180Z-S15 Discussion (Yarbrough)

Spring 2014

ENAM0180A-S14 Lecture (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180X-S14 Discussion (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180Y-S14 Discussion (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180Z-S14 Discussion (Yarbrough)

Spring 2013

ENAM0180A-S13 Lecture (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180X-S13 Discussion (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180Y-S13 Discussion (Yarbrough)
ENAM0180Z-S13 Discussion (Yarbrough)

Spring 2012

ENAM0180A-S12 Lecture (Gebarowski-Shafer, Yarbrough)
ENAM0180X-S12 Discussion (Gebarowski-Shafer, Yarbrough)
ENAM0180Y-S12 Discussion (Gebarowski-Shafer, Yarbrough)