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Biblical Literature

I. Introduction

 

II. Influence and significance

1. HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL IMPORTANCE

1) In Judaism.

2) In Christianity.

2. MAJOR THEMES AND CHARACTERISTICS

3. INFLUENCES

1) On Western civilization.

2) On the modern secular age.

 

III. Old Testament canon, texts, and versions

1. THE CANON

1) The Hebrew canon.

i) The number of books.

ii) The tripartite canon.

iii) The history of canonization.

2) The divisions of the TaNaKh

i) The Torah.

ii) The Nevi`im.

iii) The Ketuvim.

iv) The Samaritan canon.

v) The Alexandrian canon.

vi) The canon at Qumran.

3) The Christian canon.

2. TEXTS AND VERSIONS

1) Textual criticism: manuscript problems.

i) Problems resulting from aural conditioning.

ii) Problems visual in origin.

iii) Exegetical problems.

iv) Deliberate changes.

2) Textual criticism: scholarly problems.

3) Texts and manuscripts.

i) Sources of the Septuagint.

ii) The Samaritan Pentateuch.

iii) The Qumran texts and other scrolls.

iv) Masoretic texts.

v) Collations of the Masoretic materials.

vi) Printed editions.

4) Early versions.

i) The Aramaic Targums.

ii) The Septuagint (LXX).

iii) The version of Aquila.

iv) The revision of Theodotion.

v) The translation of Symmachus.

vi) Origen's Hexapla.

vii) Manuscripts and printed editions of the Septuagint.

viii) Coptic versions.

ix) The Armenian version.

x) The Georgian version.

xi) The Ethiopic version.

xii) The Gothic version.

xiii) The Old Latin version.

5) Versions after the 4th century.

i) The Vulgate.

ii) Syriac versions.

iii) Arabic versions.

6) Later and modern versions: English.

i) Anglo-Saxon versions.

ii) Anglo-Norman versions.

iii) The Wycliffite versions.

7) English translations after the Reformation.

i) The translation of William Tyndale.

ii) The translation of Miles Coverdale.

iii) The Thomas Matthew version.

iv) The Great Bible.

v) The Geneva Bible.

vi) The Bishops' Bible.

vii) The Douai-Reims Bible.

8) The King James and subsequent versions.

i) The King James (Authorized) Version.

ii) The English Revised Version.

iii) The American Standard Version.

iv) The Revised Standard Version.

v) Jewish versions.

vi) The New English Bible.

vii) Catholic versions.

9) Later and modern versions: Dutch, French, and German.

i) Dutch versions.

ii) French versions.

iii) German versions.

10) Greek, Hungarian, Italian, and Portuguese translations.

i) Greek versions.

ii) Hungarian versions.

iii) Italian versions.

iv) Portuguese versions.

11) Scandinavian, Slavic, Spanish, and Swiss translations.

i) Scandinavian versions.

ii) Slavic versions.

iii) Spanish versions.

iv) Swiss versions.

12) Non-European versions.

 

IV. Old Testament history

1. EARLY DEVELOPMENTS

1) Background and beginnings.

2) Exodus and conquest.

3) The tribal league.

4) The united monarchy.

2. FROM THE PERIOD OF THE DIVIDED MONARCHY THROUGH THE RESTORATION

1) The divided monarchy: from Jeroboam I to the Assyrian conquest.

2) The final period of the kingdom of Judah.

3) The Babylonian Exile and the restoration.

 

V. Old Testament literature

1. THE TORAH (LAW, PENTATEUCH, OR FIVE BOOKS OF MOSES)

1) Composition and authorship.

i) The documentary hypothesis.

ii) Other Pentateuchal theories.

2) Genesis.

i) The primeval history.

ii) The patriarchal narratives.

3) Exodus.

i) Redemption and revelation.

ii) Legislation.

iii) Instructions on the Tabernacle.

4) Leviticus.

i) Offerings, sacrifices, and priestly worship.

ii) Purification laws.

iii) The Holiness Code.

iv) Commutation of vows and tithes.

5) Numbers, Chapters 1--19.

i) The conclusion of the Sinai sojourn.

ii) Wanderings in the desert of Paran.

6) Numbers, Chapters 20--36.

i) Events in Edom and Moab.

7) Deuteronomy: Introductory discourse.

i) Special nature and problems.

ii) First introductory discourse of Moses.

iii) Second introductory discourse.

8) Deuteronomy: the lawbook and the conclusion.

i) The lawbook.

ii) Concluding exhortation and traditions about the last days of Moses.

2. THE NEVI`IM (THE PROPHETS)

1) The canon of the Prophets.

2) Hebrew prophecy.

3) Joshua.

i) The conquest of Canaan.

ii) Division of the land and renewal of the Covenant.

4) Judges: background and purpose.

i) The Deuteronomic "theology of history."

ii) Canaanite culture and religion.

5) Judges: importance and role.

i) The role of the judges.

ii) The role of certain lesser judges.

iii) The roles of Deborah, Gideon, and Jephthah.

iv) The role of Samson.

6) Samuel: Israel under Samuel and Saul.

i) Theological and political biases.

ii) The role of Samuel.

iii) The rise and fall of Saul.

7) Samuel: the rise and significance of David.

i) Early reign of David.

ii) The expansion of the Davidic Empire.

8) Kings: background and Solomon's reign.

i) The succession of Solomon to the throne.

ii) The reign of Solomon.

9) Kings: Solomon's successors.

i) The divided monarchy.

ii) The significance of Elijah.

10) Kings: the second book.

i) The significance of Elisha.

ii) The fall of Israel.

iii) The fall of Judah.

11) Isaiah.

i) The prophecies of First Isaiah.

ii) The prophecies of Deutero-Isaiah.

iii) The oracles of Trito-Isaiah.

12) Jeremiah.

13) Ezekiel.

i) Ezekiel--the man and his message.

ii) Prophetic themes and actions.

iii) Oracles of hope.

14) The first six minor prophets.

i) Hosea.

ii) Joel.

iii) Amos.

iv) Obadiah.

v) Jonah.

vi) Micah.

15) The last six minor prophets.

i) Nahum.

ii) Habakkuk.

iii) Zephaniah.

iv) Haggai.

v) Zechariah.

vi) Malachi.

3. THE KETUVIM

1) Overview.

2) Psalms.

3) Proverbs.

4) Job.

5) The Megillot (the Scrolls).

i) Song of Solomon.

ii) Ruth.

iii) Lamentations of Jeremiah.

iv) Ecclesiastes.

v) Book of Esther.

6) Daniel.

7) Ezra, Nehemiah, and Chronicles.

 

VI. Intertestamental literature

1. NATURE AND SIGNIFICANCE

1) Definitions.

2) Texts and versions.

3) Persian and Hellenistic influences.

4) Apocalypticism.

2. APOCRYPHAL WRITINGS

1) Apocryphal works indicating Persian influence.

i) Esdras.

ii) Judith.

iii) Tobit.

iv) The Story of Ahikar.

v) Baruch.

2) Apocryphal works lacking strong indications of influence.

i) The Letter of Jeremiah.

ii) Prayer of Manasseh.

3) Additions to Daniel and Esther.

i) The Prayer of Azariah and the Song of the Three Young Men.

ii) Susanna.

iii) Bel and the Dragon.

4) Greek additions to Esther.

5) I and II Maccabees.

i) I Maccabees.

ii) II Maccabees.

6) Wisdom literature.

i) Ecclesiasticus (or Sirach).

ii) The Wisdom of Solomon.

3. THE PSEUDEPIGRAPHAL WRITINGS

1) Works indicating a Greek influence.

i) The Letter of Aristeas.

ii) IV Maccabees.

iii) III Maccabees.

iv) The Lives of the Prophets.

v) The Ascension of Isaiah.

vi) Paralipomena of Jeremiah.

vii) The Testament of Job.

viii) Life of Adam and Eve.

2) Apocalyptic and eschatological works.

i) III Baruch.

ii) II Enoch.

iii) The Psalms of Solomon.

iv) The Assumption of Moses.

v) The Sibylline Oracles.

vi) II Esdras (or IV Esdras).

vii) The Apocalypse of Baruch.

3) Pseudepigrapha connected with the Dead Sea Scrolls.

i) The Book of Jubilees.

ii) The Book of Enoch.

iii) Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs.

4. QUMRAN LITERATURE (DEAD SEA SCROLLS)

1) Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

2) Findings and conclusions.

i) Apocryphal and pseudepigraphal writings.

ii) Pesharim.

iii) The War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness.

iv) Books of ordinances.

v) Hodayot.

 

VII. New Testament canon, texts, and versions

1. THE NEW TESTAMENT CANON

1) Conditions aiding the formation of the canon.

2) The process of canonization.

i) The need for consolidation and delimitation.

ii) Impulse toward canonization from heretical movements.

iii) Late-2nd-century canons.

iv) Canonical standards of the 3rd and 4th centuries.

v) Determination of the canon in the 4th century.

vi) Developments in the 16th century.

2. TEXTS AND VERSIONS

1) Textual criticism.

i) The physical aspects of New Testament texts.

ii) Types of writing materials and methods.

2) Types of manuscript errors.

3) Critical scholarship.

4) Texts and manuscripts.

i) Uncials.

ii) Minuscules.

iii) Papyri.

5) Versions.

i) Early versions.

ii) Later and modern editions.

 

VIII. New Testament history

1. THE JEWISH AND HELLENISTIC MATRIX

1) Background.

2) The Hasmonean kingdom.

3) Rule by the Herods.

4) Roman occupation and Jewish revolts.

2. JEWISH SECTS AND PARTIES

1) The Pharisees.

2) The Sadducees.

3) The Zealots.

4) The Essenes.

3. THE RELIGIOUS SITUATION IN THE GRECO-ROMAN WORLD OF THE 1ST CENTURY AD

1) Hellenistic religions.

2) Astrology.

3) Philosophical solutions.

4. ADAPTATION OF THE CHRISTIAN MESSAGE TO THE HELLENISTIC RELIGIOUS SITUATION

5. THE LIFE OF JESUS

6. THE CHRONOLOGY OF PAUL

 

IX. New Testament literature

1. INTRODUCTION TO THE GOSPELS

1) Meaning of the term gospel.

2) Form criticism.

2. THE SYNOPTIC PROBLEM

1) Early theories about the Synoptic problem.

2) The two- and four-source hypotheses.

3. THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS

1) The Gospel According to Mark: Background and overview.

2) The Gospel According to Mark: unique structure.

3) The Gospel According to Matthew.

4) The Gospel According to Luke.

4. THE FOURTH GOSPEL: THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JOHN

1) Uniqueness of John.

2) Form and content of John.

5. THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES

1) The purpose and style of Acts.

2) The content of Acts.

6. THE PAULINE LETTERS

1) Background and overview.

2) The Letter of Paul to the Romans.

3) The First Letter of Paul to the Corinthians.

4) The Second Letter of Paul to the Corinthians.

5) The Letter of Paul to the Galatians.

6) The Letter of Paul to the Ephesians.

7) The Letter of Paul to the Philippians.

8) The Letter of Paul to the Colossians.

9) The First Letter of Paul to the Thessalonians.

10) The Second Letter of Paul to the Thessalonians.

7. THE PASTORAL LETTERS: I AND II TIMOTHY AND TITUS

1) The Pastoral Letters as a unit.

2) Content and problems.

3) The Letter of Paul to Philemon.

8. THE LETTER TO THE HEBREWS

1) Textual ambiguities.

2) Christology in Hebrews.

9. THE CATHOLIC LETTERS

1) The Letter of James.

2) The First Letter of Peter.

3) The Second Letter of Peter.

4) The Johannine Letters: I, II, and III John.

i) The First Letter of John.

ii) The Second Letter of John.

iii) The Third Letter of John.

5) The Letter of Jude.

10. THE REVELATION TO JOHN

1) Purpose and theme.

2) Authorship and style.

 

X. New Testament Apocrypha

1. NATURE AND SIGNIFICANCE

2. THE NEW TESTAMENT APOCRYPHAL WRITINGS

1) Gospels.

2) Acts.

3) Letters.

4) Apocalypses.

 

XI. Biblical literature in liturgy

1. BIBLICAL LITERATURE IN THE LITURGY OF JUDAISM

2. BIBLICAL LITERATURE IN THE LITURGY OF CHRISTIANITY

1) Eastern Orthodoxy.

2) Roman Catholicism.

3) Protestantism.

 

XII. The critical study of biblical literature: exegesis and hermeneutics

1. NATURE AND SIGNIFICANCE

2. BIBLICAL CRITICISM

1) Textual criticism.

2) Philological criticism.

3) Literary criticism.

4) Tradition criticism.

5) Form criticism.

6) Other types of exegetical critical techniques.

i) Redaction criticism.

ii) Historical criticism.

iii) "History of religions" criticism.

3. TYPES OF BIBLICAL HERMENEUTICS

1) Literal interpretation.

2) Moral interpretation.

3) Allegorical interpretation.

4) Other hermeneutical principles.

i) Anagogical interpretation.

ii) Parallelism.

iii) Analogical interpretation.

iv) Other types.

4. THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIBLICAL EXEGESIS AND HERMENEUTICS IN JUDAISM

1) Early stages.

2) The Hellenistic period.

3) The medieval period.

4) The modern period.

5. THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIBLICAL EXEGESIS AND HERMENEUTICS IN CHRISTIANITY

1) Early stages.

2) The patristic period.

3) The medieval period.

4) The Reformation period.

5) The modern period.

 

XIII. Bibliography

1. Biblical literature. Nature and significance.

2. Old Testament canon, texts, and versions:

3. Old Testament history:

4. Old Testament literature:

5. Intertestamental literature:

6. New Testament canon, texts, and versions:

7. New Testament history:

8. New Testament literature:

9. Apocrypha:

10. Biblical literature in liturgy:

11. Biblical exegesis and hermeneutics.



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