Biblical Interpretation Exploring Genesis

This course introduces students to the Old Testament and the inductive method of interpretation through an exploration of the book of Genesis.

Students in this course, taught by either Karen Winslow or Moises Lopez, are introduced to the Old Testament and the inductive method of interpretation through an exploration of the book of Genesis, practicing close readings of the text and paying attention to genre and historical and literary contexts. Course material also helps seminarians participate in the dialogue between science and Scripture, including theological discussions about the origins of the physical universe and humankind.

Seminary: Azusa Pacific Seminary
Keywords: astronomy, galaxies, planets, microbiology, cell biology, space, evolution

Biblical Interpretation Exploring Genesis

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