BIB4062-3 The Corinthian Letters

BIB4062 The Corinthian Letters (2 credits)

This course covers the study of 1 and 2 Corinthians and gives the student a view of life in the city of Corinth and the problems these Epistles were written to correct. Since these are in some ways the most self-revealing of Paul’s letters, the course provides deeper insight into the apostle’s character and ministry. Throughout The Corinthian Letters, the author emphasizes the practical application of Paul’s teachings for today. The great doctrines of the Bible in these Epistles apply to contemporary Christian life and ministry. (BIB4053 Corinthians parallels this course. Students may enroll in either course, but not both.)
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
LIT1303 New Testament Literature
BIB2042/3 Principles of Biblical Interpretation
Materials required:
IST: The Corinthian Letters by T. Reginald Hoover
New International Version of the Bible

BIB4063 The Corinthian Letters (3 credits)

See description of BIB4062 The Corinthian Letters above. This course is the same as BIB4062 The Corinthian Letters except that a CRA must be completed. The textbook for the CRA is listed under “materials required.” (BIB4053 Corinthians parallels this course. Students may enroll in either course, but not both.)
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
LIT1303 New Testament Literature
BIB2042/3 Principles of Biblical Interpretation
Materials required:
IST: The Corinthian Letters by T. Reginald Hoover
CRA Textbook: I & II Corinthians by Stanley M. Horton
New International Version of the Bible