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RELS 311 Issues in Hermeneutics

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RELS 311 Issues in Hermeneutics


About this course

This course is an advanced course in hermeneutics providing an overview of various hermeneutical approaches and wrestling with selected issues such as the role of the reader and the reader’s worldview in interpretation. Students develop skills not only in reading the biblical texts more thoughtfully but also in becoming more critical and perceptive readers of the secondary literature available which reflects on those texts.

Notes: 3 credits

Prerequisites: RELS 211 Biblical Hermeneutics, HIST 221 Anabaptist History & Thought and 60 hours of college credit.