Middlebury

RELI 0180

Intro to Biblical Literature

An Introduction to Biblical Literature
This course is a general introduction to biblical history, literature, and interpretation. It is designed for students who seek a basic understanding of the Bible on its own or as a foundation for further study in religion, art, literature, film, and other disciplines. It aims to acquaint students with the major characters, narratives, poetry, and compositional features of biblical literature and how these writings became Jewish and Christian scriptures. The course will also explore various approaches to reading the Bible, both religious and secular. 3 hrs. lect./disc.
Subject:
Religion
Department:
Religion
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
LIT PHL
Equivalent Courses:
ENAM 0180

Sections in Fall 2007

Fall 2007

RELI0180A-F07 Lecture (Yarbrough)
RELI0180W-F07 Discussion (Yarbrough)
RELI0180X-F07 Discussion (Yarbrough)
RELI0180Y-F07 Discussion (Yarbrough)
RELI0180Z-F07 Discussion (Yarbrough)