All listed classes meet at
the Southeast Classroom on the first floor of the College Building (red
sandstone castle) at 3455 West 83rd Avenue, Westminster, Colorado (north
of Denver near Federal Boulevard and 84th Avenue) unless specified.
(Note: no classes
November 24-25; December 17-January 2.)
Theo 124-2 The Bible Status of Women
A study of the women of the Bible; Scriptures pertinent to the status
of women in the world and religion.
M 6:00-7:45 pm Sept. 26-Jan. 23
Hebr 241-3 Elementary Old Testament Hebrew I
Inductive and didactic introduction to reading in Hebrew. Orthography,
pronunciation, vocabulary, verbs, nouns, parts of speech; elements of syntax;
introduction to and utilization of the Hebrew Lexicon.
Students planning to take this course should register early if
possible in order to begin the study of the Hebrew alphabet before class
begins. Satisfies the classical language requirement of the
B.A. and Th.B. Recommended for all ministerial students. Continues
with Hebr 242 in the Spring.
M 5:30-8:00 pm Sept. 26-Jan. 23
Rel 341-3 Biblical Archaeology and Geology I
Traces archaeological findings and Biblical history from the time of
Abraham in the land of southern Mesopotamia through northern Mesopotamia,
Syria, Palestine (Israel-Judah), Egypt, the exiles, and the early Christian
movement from Palestine to Rome.
Explores the use of geography in explaining and exploring selected
passages of Scripture; the use of archaeology in the explanation, illustration,
and confirmation of Biblical history; and the study of many of the customs
which illuminate Biblical history and truth.
T 6:00-8:30 pm Sept. 27-Jan. 24
Rel 121-3 Introduction to the Bible
A survey course covering the major themes of the Bible and the main
content of each of its sixty-six Books. Also considered are sources from
which the Bible has been developed, the processes involved in the transmission
of it to the present time, the significance of revisions, and its place
in the history of religion.
TTh 8:00-9:15 am Sept. 27-Jan. 26