Course Code: TP102 • Study year: I • Academic Year: 2022-2023
Domain: Theology • Field of study: Pastoral Orthodox Theology
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- mastering the teachings contained in the didactic-poetic books
- mastering the teachings of the related messianic prophecies
- emphasize the connection between the poetic mission and the social mission of today.
Course Entry Requirements:
1. Hebrew poetry. Parallelism of the limbs.
2. The authors and the division of the Psalms.
3. Contents of the Psalms
4. The Messianic Psalms
5. The book of Job and its anthropological value.
6. Wisdom literature
7. Solomon's parables
8. The Book of Qohelet.
9. The Song of Songs book.
10. The complaints of Jeremiah
11. The Book of Esther
12. The messianic prophecies from the didactic-poetic books.
13. The importance of didactic-poetic literature.
14. The non-canonical additions to the book of Esther, to Psalms, to Paralipomena, to Daniel.
- To define, in general, the characteristics of the didactic-poetic literature.
- To memorize the messianic psalms and their relationship with the New Testament.
- To retain the theological ideas of the didactic-poetic books (the relationship between man and God; the teaching about man and angels; the role of women in Jewish society; the problem of the suffering of law in the world).
- Emphasize the role and importance of the psalms in the history of salvation.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
A Complete Survey of Old Testament History, HarperOne;
, Sun Francisco
Le Grand Livre de la Bible, Fayard
,Introduction a l Ancien TestamentGeneve, Continuum