New Testament Greek & Exegesis B
King's College London
Area of Study
Greek Studies, Religion, Theology
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
OverviewNew Testament Greek & Exegesis BModule code: 5AAT2048Semester: Semester 2 (spring)Module description: You will be able to extend your range of competence in New Testament Greek and develop exegetical skills. You will engage with a set text from the Greek New Testament, reading and translating it, analysing the grammar, and applying the principles of Greek exegesis.The text will be of moderate difficulty, and will be divided into reasonable portions for study in weekly two-hour sessions. The module will normally be conducted by seminars; you will be expected to have prepared translations for group discussion, and to have consulted appropriate commentaries. In the seminars, attention will be paid to grammatical and textual difficulties and to issues in the exegesis of the text. There will also be discussion of larger topics and themes relating to/generated by the various portions of text.http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/trs/modules/level5/5aat2048.aspxCredit level: 5Credit value: 15Teaching pattern: Two-hour weekly classes over ten weeksAssessment: written examination/s; coursework;One 2,500-word essay (40%) and one two-hour exam in May /June (Period II) (60%)
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