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- understanding the framework that generated a theology of history;
- full and detailed description of biblical terminology and use of specific theological language; orientation towards a correct and rich capitalization of the historical sources;
- Identification and detailed description of historical events, in chronological order.
Course Entry Requirements:
XIV. Epistle to the Hebrews 48. Hierarchy of Jesus Christ 49. Faith
XV. The catholic epistles
XVI. Revelation 54. The apocalyptic literary genre. Epistles to the 7 Churches (1 - 3) 55. Thousand years. History of the interpretation of Revelation 56. The Church. Christology, theology of history.
Lecture, debate, presentation.
The course is an analytical radiograph of the historical, cultural and political realities that fundamentally mark the human becoming in the Christian religious spectrum.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Oral exam 50%, essay 40 % and implication in course debates 10%
KÜMMEL, Werner Georg,
Einleitung in das Neue Testament, Quelle und Meyer
Raymond E. Brown, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, Roland E. Murphu,
An Introduction to the New Testament, Yale University Press
CARSON, D.A., MOO Douglas,
An Introduction to the New Testament, Inter-Varsity