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Pentateuch

8
Lessons
4.5 Hrs
Starting at $14/month (billed annually)

Overview

This course is a survey of the first five books of the Old Testament, the Pentateuch.

It offers an overview of the Pentateuch, followed by an individual survey of each book (volume).

This exploration notes how the five books (volumes) function together as well as exploring the individual contribution they each make.

Categories

History
Old Testament

1. Pentateuch - Introduction

Lesson 1: Introduction to the Pentateuch - In this lesson you will learn how the Pentateuch was formed and it’s unique place in the canon.

2. Pentateuch - Introduction Continued

Lesson 2: Introduction to the Pentateuch part II - In this lesson you will learn more about the Pentateuch’s unique place in the canon.

3. Pentateuch - Historical Background and Methodological Approach

Lesson 3: Historical Background and Methodological approach to the Pentateuch - In this lesson you will learn background details concerning the Pentateuch’s historical context as well as sound methodology for exploring the Pentateuch

4. Pentateuch - An Exploration of Genesis

Lesson 4: An Exploration of Genesis - In this lesson, you will learn about the two divisions of Genesis and how Genesis forms a foundation for the Pentateuch and the rest of Scripture.

5. Pentateuch - An Exploration of Exodus

Lesson 5: An Exploration of Exodus - In this lesson, you will learn about how the Exodus forms a central theme that runs all the way through the entire canon of Scripture.

6. Pentateuch - An Exploration of Leviticus

Lesson 6: An Exploration of Leviticus - In this lesson, you will learn about the various Laws of God, how they played a part of the OT narrative, and how they can be understood as pertaining to today

7. Pentateuch - An Exploration of Numbers

Lesson 7: An Exploration of Numbers - Ever wonder why this book is called “Numbers”? Find out in this lesson.

8. Pentateuch - An Exploration of Deuteronomy

Lesson 8: An Exploration of Deuteronomy - How does the last volume of the Pentateuch relate to the first four volumes? Why is Deuteronomy important to completing the Pentateuch? Find out in this lesson.

Instructor

Chris Palmer