Of course none of this study will be possible without some direct knowledge on the part of students of the Hebrew and. Aramaic writings which were over long time brought together to constitute the Tanakh 1 the course will give students. some familiarity with the contents and words of many sections of the Old Testament and will contextualize each separate. book in regard to its origins However Israelite history and culture as such will not be our primary goal instead our. task is to understand how Orthodox Christianity originates as and is inseparable from a theological vision of the true. meaning of the Old Testament Because of this we will not attempt to study the entire Old Testament but will concentrate. on those portions which have received the core attention of Christians both in the New Testament itself in patristic. exegesis and in liturgy the five books of Moses Torah plus Joshua the so called Hextateuch Kings David and. Solomon and the prophets of the historical books the Psalter and Wisdom texts e g Proverbs and Job the 16 prophetic. books and the late Greek language books We will however discuss the canon question i e the various assemblages. of texts given status as Scripture during the centuries of Bible formation by both Christians and Jews. Intellectual goal of the course II ORTHODOX EXEGESIS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT AND MODERN. CRITICAL SCHOLARSHIP, While gaining familiarity with the Old Testament texts themselves we must at the same time evaluate what Orthodoxy is. to say in response to modern emphasis on historical critical methodologies for Old Testament reading This will lead to. a serious evaluation of the core Orthodox exegetical notion of theoria i e eschatological theological reading of all. Scripture as being a word about Jesus Christ how can this approach absolutely key to Orthodox understanding of God s. revelation and purpose be correlated in any way with modern schools of thought Do the two methodologies in fact. offer the possibility of dialogue with critical analysis offering help to theology and theology giving a direction to Biblical. criticism Eastern Christian readers have until very recently ignored these key critical methodological developments but. modern Orthodox find that they can do so no longer there must be a dialogue of encounter by the Orthodox with major. issues of critical methodology and in our course we will have to raise this question asking both what Orthodox faith. ought to learn from modern exegesis and also what critique or correction a solidly based Orthodox critical reading of the. New Testament might offer in response to some of the extravagances of recent Western critical interpretation What tools. of critique can we offer modern Orthodox Biblical scholars who have tried in the face of conservative opposition to. maintain that there can be indeed must be a responsible Orthodox methodology of Bible study. Intellectual goal of the course III IS ACADEMIC UNDERSTANDING RELEVANT. How will the academic questions described above affect our ability to live as Christians is hermeneutic reading of the. Old Testament relevant for the faith and practice of the church Does knowledge of the critical and methodological. issues enhance our understanding is it necessary Does Orthodox exegesis of Scripture have a place in the ecumenical. dialogue And as a missiological question are Orthodoxy and Judaism in fact speaking the same Biblical language. PEDAGOGICAL GOALS, The aim of this course is to introduce beginning students to selected texts of the Old Testament to intertestamental. Judaism and to the early Christian reception and understanding of such texts together with the critical tools and. methodological ideas which make an exegesis possible as well there are some beginning readings of contemporary. Orthodox critique and struggle with these tools and ideas For such reading there will need to be some encounter with. modern historico critical methodologies for Old Testament study which have become dominant in Western theological. studies and which have raised many issues of meaning which faithful Orthodox find puzzling and often disturbingIn the. first instance it is the purpose of good exegesis NOT to get bogged down in critical issues but rather to find out what the. text is saying Our first goal is to learn how to read not to make a survey of themes or ideas or events or a study of. Israelite history The syllabus is therefore oriented toward helping students become close and careful Christian readers of. Scripture texts through familiarity with critical skills From this basis and as thinking Orthodox only from such a. basis can we pass on to the fundamental theological issue what is the central Scriptural word about Jesus Christ the. Word through whom the church is a living body not a mere institution. Tanakh is an acronym of the first Hebrew letter of each of the Hebrew Text s three traditional subdivisions Torah Teaching also. known as the Five Books of Moses or Pentateuch Nevi im Prophets and Ketuvim Writings hence TaNaKh The name. Mikra meaning that which is read is another Hebrew word for the Tanakh. COURSE OUTCOMES,A In respect of general academic skills. to work with both primary and secondary sources and to gather analyse and prepare materials for reflection and. engaged class discussion, to prepare and deliver an exegetical seminar presentation and write an exegetical analysis. to write a critical scholarly review, B In respect of the understanding of the content of one or more theological disciplines. to demonstrate solid textual knowledge of the OT books most referenced in Eastern liturgy and homiletics. Hexateuch I IV Kings LXX Vulgate I II Samuel I II Kings KJV RSV Psalms all prophets Wisdom. books including Greek as well as some contextual knowledge for each text qua text. to summarise and critique modern historical critical methodologies for OT study. to recognize and explain that canon and Bible and Scriptures are hermeneutic exegetical concepts with. a theological impact on notions e g inspiration etc. to describe and evaluate post modern textual methodologies e g the Deuteronomic Historian considering. whether these are more compatible with an Orthodox reading than the historical critical methods. to describe and analyze patristic liturgical and homiletic understanding and reading of the OT from many. Orthodox cultures, to read and analyze some contemporary Orthodox OT and hermeneutical scholarship considering whether it takes. adequate account of general modern scholarship or vice versa whether it offers a useful element of critique. for modern exegesis, to assess and recommend practical applications of this learning especially about what Eastern Christians should. say in response to the common pastoral questions about the OT including the numerous questions about e g the. views of Judaism in the Holy Week liturgy or divine wrath or etc which have led to difficult questions of. supersessionism and anti Semitism, to evaluate how a scholarly study of the OT could result in the Eastern theology that the OT is a solid canon. making one with the NT and is to be read as a Christian book2. EVALUATION, Note in the overall compilation of the final grade the following principles will apply. 1 overall progress throughout the course will weigh heavily in the student s favour demonstration of growing skills in. later work achieved through careful attention to criticisms received on earlier work i e an overall pattern of growth. can raise a student s final grade and can compensate for the effect of early weakness Note that the converse principle will. also apply in the case of students who go slack, 2 regular attendance is critical for success in the course Class participation is assumed and required. It is noteworthy that the Byzantine chronicler John Malalas of Antioch c 491 578 distinguished Jewish Scriptures. OT from divine sacred Scriptures NT in his Chronographia. REQUIREMENTS IN CLASS AND ONLINE,Class participation 25. You are expected to be familiar with the detailed passages assigned each week and ready to enter into analytical. discussions about how to read them,Two data and critical terminology quizzes 25. You will receive the questions the class before the quiz is due When you are ready open them and write the. quiz in 30 minutes Follow up by writing in italics or another colour any corrections from the books before. submitting your quiz by the deadline, Brief exegetical seminar presentation and written commentary maximum 1 000 words for a short passage. You will pick or be assigned one of the short passages from the OT readings in weeks 4 5 or 6 Prepare a. thorough commentary on it making use of several of the reference resources to assist you This is not to be a. line by line commentary but rather an argument about the meaning and reading of the passage with an overall. thesis of your own Present the commentary in class and lead a brief discussion on the passage no more than. 15mins Use the discussion and feedback to finish your written commentary Make sure to properly identify. your references in footnotes, One methodological essay maximum 2 000 words critiquing a modern Orthodox scholar to explore issues. of evaluating Orthodox OT exegesis 25, Choosing one of the modern Orthodox theologians selections from Florovsky Tarazi Breck McGuckin Tim. Clark and Behr in week 12 or propose another theologian of your choice whose thought incorporates reading. of the Old Testament critique his or her critical methodology for handling OT texts as sources Use just the. selections or read further in the author s works You will need to show considerable citation of OT passages read. in the course and also NT and patristic materials from the syllabus and you should have some methodological. awareness of your own evaluative assumptions about the OT to compare to your author this is not a mere book. report Typing correct writing usual scholarly apparatus and a clear central thesis are expected. For online students please note that participation will be graded based on students preparedness for and participation in. discussion in the online forums and activities on Quercus Some opportunities for live online interaction will also be. available including online tutorial sessions to enable both in class and online students to increase participation and raise. questions or seek clarification on class lectures,COURSE WEBSITE PORTAL. Quercus https q utoronto ca, This course uses Quercus for its course website To access it go to the UofT Quercus login page at https q utoronto ca. and login using your UTORid and password Once you have logged in to Quercus using your UTORid and password look. for the My Courses module where you ll find the link to the website for all your Quercus based courses Your course. registration with ACORN gives you access to the course website in Quercus Information for students about using. Quercus can be found at https community canvaslms com docs DOC 10701. As in the classroom online communication must be carried out respectfully and civilly at all times Writing within the. online media of blogs discussion forums is not an excuse for laziness lack of proper reflection or uncivility Arguments. must be carefully crafted respectfully presented and grounded in source texts and solid reflection Students who fail to. adhere to these guidelines will not succeed in this course. COURSE RESOURCES, Note most of the work at home and in class is based on very close examination of the primary texts in these books it is. really essential that students own them and that they be brought to class so that all can follow the line of investigation or. demonstration The required books have been ordered at The University of Toronto Bookstore corner of St George and. College in the textbook section the recommended books are findable upstairs in the general bookstore Note the first. four items would also be very useful for course on the New Testament next term. REQUIRED FOR PURCHASE, Harper Collins Study Bible ed Wayne Meeks rev ed Harold Attridge Harper Collins 2006. Only this edition because of its excellent critical notes esp good for context. Richard Soulen and R Kendall Soulen Handbook of Biblical Criticism 4th ed Knox Press 2011. only this latest edition, Early Christian Writings ed and rev trans Andrew Louth Penguin. Melito of Sardis On Pascha tr Alistair Stewart Sykes St Vladimir s Seminary Press Popular Patristics. Great and Holy Saturday Vespers with Divine Liturgy of Basil the Great OCPC OCA from SVS Press. Orthodox readings numerous patristic and liturgical passages articles or chapters by Fr John Breck Veselin Kesich. Fr Paul Tarazi Fr Eugene Pentiuc Theodore Stylianopoulos Fr John Behr Tim Clark etc. Non canonical Old Testament Pseudepigrapha selections. RECOMMENDED, Tanakh a modern English translation of the Masoretic OT pb The Jewish Publication Society pb. Willis Barnstone The Other Bible excellent collection of non canonical Christian late Jewish texts which once were. regarded as Holy Scripture by various sects and groups. highly recommended Geza Vermes The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls Penguin. A New English Translation of the Septuagint NETS Oxford U Press. very useful for the rabbinic and Hellenistic Jewish context of early Christian texts Jewish Annotated New Testament. Oxford U Press 88, C K Barrett The New Testament Background revised and expanded ed Harper San Francisco 1995 an important. anthology of primary excerptsfrom Roman and Jewish contemporary culture. If you are truly keen on ancient cultural milieu archeology and historical criticism a great book to own. James B Pritchard ed The Ancient Near East An Anthology of Texts and Pictures Princeton Princeton Univ Pr 2011. is a 1 vol reorganized reprint of the 2 vol pb ed 1958 1975 with new introduction the original 2 vol pb. included extensive selections from ANET and ANEP, Walton John H Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament Introducing the Conceptual World of the. Hebrew Bible Grand Rapids MI Baker Academic Press 2006. Reference resources which you must encounter and use this term. compiled and annotated by Maria Simakova, The Anchor Bible A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary Doubleday. Start here Most volumes are recent and will give you a sense of the state of critical research on each particular. book it goes one volume per Biblical book includes LXX Greek books. Freedman David Noel editor in chief The Anchor Bible Dictionary 6 vols Toronto Doubleday 1992. A fundamental resource indispensible, Raymond Brown et al eds The New Jerome Bible Commentary 2nd ed Ingelwood Cliffs NJ Prentice Hall 1990. Book by book commentary plus thematic articles good for critical methods. Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture Old Testament ACC in Graham Library stacks by volume. Archer Gleason L and Gregory C Chirichigno Old Testament Quotations in the New Testament A Complete Survey. Chicago Moody Press 1983, Check out BibleHub https biblehub com BibleGateway https www biblegateway com. Concordances, Bruce M Metzger ed NRSV Exhaustive Concordance Nashville T Nelson 1991. Robert Young ed Young s Exhaustive Analytical Concordance to the Bible 22nd American edition Nashville. Hendrickson 1984 uses KJV but imp for keying words to Greek and Hebrew many reprints. SUMMARY SYLLABUS, 1 Introduction to the course historico critical method and theoria as competing interpretative assumptions. theological problems the Scriptures Bible and canon the formation of the Old Testament writings through. the early Roman Empire period oral vs written notions of text What is the text. 2 some key approaches to the Old Testament text texts as redactions authority as word of God inspiration and. history of cultures modern hermeneutics as a critical stance the salvation history Heilsgeschichte concept. covenant theology does critical text reading help with these Wellhausen s documentary hypothesis as a. watershed for textual reading and redaction theory. 3 the patriarchal stories and the Exodus Numbers narrative Near East cultural context and the Flood story The. foundational role of the Exodus narrative and Moses Theology through narrative. 4 Prophecy and Early prophetic theology during the Iron Age Kingdom a presentist application of Exodus Relationship. of prophecy to royal histories and psalms Amos Hosea Micah Isaiah 1 39 and their citations in New Testament. 5 The Deuteronomic Historian hypothesis and The Law as criterion of holy righteousness Deuteronomy as a. reading of the covenant law and history and its use in New Testament the Deuteronomist redaction of the. historical books relationship of Deuteronomy to the prophets. 6 prophetic theology and poetics developing in an age of crisis Jeremiah Ezekiel Habbakuk Zephaniah NT and. liturgical use, 7 Prophecy in conditions of exile and post exilic return 2nd 3rd Isaiah Obadiah Joel Habbakuk Zechariah Malachi. Jewish apocalyptic and messianism The War of the Sons of Light Day of the Lord and eschatology. 8 Psalms of various dates and their use in New Testament and liturgy. 9 Wisdom writing Proverbs Job all the genres continue in Hellenistic Jewish writings Jonah Sirach Ecclesiasticus. Wisdom of Solomon Wisdom Maccabees The Song of the 3 Young Men Baruch. 10 Priestly cosmology ritual and law Genesis Leviticus vs rabbinic writing and exegesis of Midrash and law. synagogue liturgy vs the Temple sacrifice Philo and allegory patristic and liturgical reception. 11 The Septuagint and the aims of various Jewish canons Jewish Pseudepigrapha Jubilees 1 Enoch etc exegesis in. the Dead Sea Scrolls impact of LXX on NT and fathers according to the Scriptures Early Christian liturgical reading. and the formation of theoria Clement of Rome Melito of Sardis Holy Saturday Vesperal Liturgy anaphora of St Basil. full grown theoria Gregory of Nyssa Life of Moses and The Great Canon of Andrew of Crete the place of Jewish. Scriptures in the Christian canon question Marcion The Fathers as Biblicists not just as liturgical The Song of Songs. 12 Modern Orthodox Biblical critical scholarship and the notion of Scripture as revealed Canon. WEEKLY READINGS AND REQUIREMENTS, NOTE detailed passages marked are specified to be prepared for class discussion all passages listed are included in. quizzes it is also hoped that you will skim read the entire books to get the narrative arc and the contextual story. 1 SEPT 11 Introduction to the course historico critical method and theoria as competing interpretative. assumptions theological problems the Scriptures Bible and canon the formation of the Old Testament. writings through the early Roman Empire period oral vs written notions of text What is the text. Introduction to the course historico critical method and theoria as competing interpretative assumptions. theological problems the Scriptures Bible and canonical authority as word of God inspiration and. history of cultures modern hermeneutics as a critical stance the salvation history Heilsgeschichte concept. covenant theology does critical text reading help with these. Detail learn the Contents of the OT including the LXX apocrypha deuterocanon books. Study the key terms using Soulen to prepare for next week s lecture list 1 and the technical terms. used to describe lectures 1 2, 2 SEPT 18 Lecture some key approaches to the Old Testament text texts as redactions authority as word of God. inspiration and history of cultures modern hermeneutics as a critical stance the salvation history. Heilsgeschichte concept covenant theology does critical text reading help with these Wellhausen s. documentary hypothesis as a watershed for textual reading and redaction theory. o Reading detail for class find the meaning of the verses mentioned in syllabus Intro. o Use a Concordance to find some more verses expressing the same ideas. 3 SEPT 25 the patriarchal stories and the Exodus Numbers narrative Near East cultural context and the Flood story. The foundational role of the Exodus narrative and Moses Theology through narrative. General knowledge Genesis the patriarchal stories Adam 2 4ff Noah Abraham Isaac Jacob. Joseph the Exodus Numbers narrative, Genesis detail J the Yahwist from Genesis 2 4 9 18 24 ch 3 4 6 9 but note doublets. J is duplicated by P 11 1 9 compare Acts 2 4 12 and the patriarchal stories which are. according to Noth a historical expansion of Deut 26 5 9 especially 13 14 18 15 1 6 cf 2. Corinthians 11 22 Galatians 3 6 9 compare 16 1 14 to 15 16 cf Galatians 4 21 31 and. 17 1 18 15 ch 22 cf Romans ch 4 28 10 22 32 24 32, Exodus detail J 34 11 26 the Ritual Decalogue contrast with 20 2 17 J narrative ch 1 16. where has redactor inserted P 17 1 7 Note interweaving at Sinai in 19 1 25 J 2b 11b 13. 18 20 25 E 3a 9 11a 14 19 P 1 2a Why Sinai and cf Ex 3 1 6 15 1 21. Numbers detail J ch 10 14 16 21 24, E the Elohist is hard to separate except by God s epithet name esp in Exodus 1 15 except for the. two stories above much of Ex from 16 on is E see doublets below most E material is a. doublet Explain Ex 17 8 16 cf 1 Kings 1 Samuel 15 1 33 D History. Doublets e g Gen 15 J and 17 P or the Flood story or etc Esp see 20 1 18 E 12 10 13 1 J. 26 1 11 J or E 21 22 34 26 26 33 which is J which E. What makes Genesis 22 1 19 different compare to Gen 15 1 6 or 18 17 33 J or E. Gen 14 17 20 cf Hebrews 5 5 7 quoting Psalm 109 110 4. Redactional editing anticipating the coming story Gen ch 48 49. 4 OCT 2 Prophecy and Early prophetic theology during the Iron Age Kingdom a presentist application of Exodus. Relationship of prophecy to royal histories and psalms Amos Hosea Micah Isaiah 1 39 and their citations in. New Testament 3 presentations, Prophecy in D History Deut 13 1 5 18 15 22 1 Kings 1 Samuel 3 19 20 10 5 13 III Kings I. Kings 17 1 24 18 20 40 19 4 21 21 17 29 IV Kings II Kings 1 1 2 24 4 1 6 6. Amos ch 1 2 4 5 9,Hosea ch 1 4 6 8 10 14,Micah ch 1 2 5. Isaiah ch 1 6 10 11 21 28 35 38, 5 OCT 9 The Deuteronomic Historian hypothesis and The Law as criterion of holy righteousness Deuteronomy as. a reading of the covenant law and history and its use in New Testament the Deuteronomist redaction of the. historical books relationship of Deuteronomy to the prophets 3 presentations. Detail Deut 26 5 9 for von Rad the core or credo of the Pentateuch Hexateuch. IV Kingdoms 2 Kings 22 1 23 27 cf 21 1 16,Close analysis of Deuteronomy. 1 6 18 26 44,5 1 12 19 12 16 cf Acts 15 29,12 29 13 18. 17 14 20 cf IV Kingdoms 2 Kings passage above,21 22 cf Acts 5 30 etc. 6 OCT 16 prophetic theology and poetics developing in an age of crisis Jeremiah Ezekiel NT and liturgical use 3. presentations, Redactor editor Baruch 1 1 3 627BC 36 1 32 and the biographical narrative ch 37 43. Before Josiah 621BC reform 4 4 4 10, From Jehoiakim to exile 609 598 586BC general reading 8 4 20 18 including Jeremiah s Lament and cursing. of House of David 21 1 22 30,The new covenant theology 31 31 34. Post exile restoration insertions after 538BC 23 1 25 38 27 1 31 30 32 1 34 6 and generally the judgement. of the nations 46 1 51 64, Deuteronomic insertions 7 1 8 3 26 1 27 22 the Temple Sermon of 609 ch 52. Dates and biography 1 1 3 593BC 568BC, Visions and oracles 1 4 3 27 10 1 22 general reading 4 1 24 27. Covenant 16 59 63 cf Jeremiah 31 31 34, Oracles against the nations general reading 25 1 32 32. Exile and restoration oracles latest date 573 in 40 1 33 1 36 38 especially shepherd. Resurrection and apocalyptic 37 1 39 29 ch 37 cf Holy Saturday Mattins. The New Temple general reading 40 1 573BC 48 35,Zephaniah esp 3 8 20 3 19 cf Psalm 27 28 7 9. Reading Week 21 25 October, Use this week to finish your written exegetical analysis due 30 October. 7 OCT 30 Prophecy in conditions of exile and post exilic return 2nd 3rd Isaiah Obadiah Joel Habbakuk Zechariah. Malachi Jewish apocalyptic and messianism The War of the Sons of Light Day of the Lord and eschatology. Pseudepigraphic apocalyptic,SHORT EXEGETICAL EXERCISE DUE. FIRST QUIZ GIVEN OUT DUE 13 NOVEMBER,2nd 3rd Isaiah Isaiah ch 40 55 56 66. DSS The War of the Sons of Light 1QM,Apocalyptic,Obadiah Joel Zechariah Malachi Pseudepigrapha TBA. No Class on 6 November Orthodox Theological Society of America and OCAMPR Orthodox Christian. Association of Medicine Psychology and Religion conference in Chicago. 8 NOV 13 Psalms of various dates and their use in New Testament and liturgy QUIZ 1 DUE. jumbled assemblage of the anthology Ps 39 40 14 17 Ps 69 70 etc Ps 17 18 2 Samuel II Kingdoms 22. 1 as 5 books by doxologies Ps 40 41 13 Ps 71 72 18 20 Ps 88 89 52 Ps 105 106 48 then Ps 145 146 150 is. an extended concluding doxology hallelu yah cf praises of Mattins. 2 as framed by Law Ps 1 cf Ps 118 119 especially Ps 118 119 33 followed by pilgrim anthology songs. of ascent Ps 119 120 to Ps 133 134 the 18th kathisma the start of the Presanctified Liturgy. literary types, lament coupled with trust Ps 3 Ps 4 Ps 5 Ps 6 Ps 9 10 etc and especially Ps 21 22. royal and enthronement hymns Ps 2 Ps 17 18 Ps 19 20 Ps 20 21 etc. hymns of praise and God s majesty Ps 8 9 Ps 46 47 etc. wisdom psalms Ps 48 49 Ps 111 112 etc, post exilic prophetic Ps 49 50 Ps 50 51 daily in Mattins. liturgical Ps 14 15 Ps 23 24 etc, Psalms of orientation disorientation and reorientation. the Psalms in Patristic tradition St Athanasius Letter to Marcellinus and St Maximus the Confessor. the Six Psalms of Mattins Ps 3 Ps 37 38 Ps 62 63 Ps 87 88 Ps 102 103 Ps 142 143. the beginning of Vespers Ps 103 104, 9 NOV 20 Wisdom writing Proverbs Job all the genres continue in Hellenistic Jewish writings Jonah Sirach. Ecclesiasticus Wisdom of Solomon Wisdom Maccabees The Song of the 3 Young Men Baruch. SECOND QUIZ GIVEN OUT DUE 27 NOVEMBER,Job 29 30 God s absence and silence. Job 28 poem about the wisdom of God of which God alone has the secret. Job 31 Job s examination of his conscience,Job 38 God s reply. resurrection in LXX version Job 14 14 19 25 27 42 17. Early collection Proverbs 10 22, o fear of God source of wisdom 10 27 14 2 14 26 27. o God s role 10 22 10 29 11 1 12 2 12 22,o educational methods 10 13 12 1 19 29. o virtues love humility justice 10 2 11 2 12 28,o women 11 22 18 22 21 9 21 19 27 15. o moral vignettes adultery 7 6 27 laziness 19 24 24 30 34 business 20 14 drunkenness 23 29 35. Lady Wisdom Proverbs 1 9,o contrasted with foolish woman 9 13f. o live according to wisdom 3 27f,o human love celebrated 5 15 23 cf Song of Songs. o as read on Feasts of the Theotokos eg Nativity 8 Sep 9 1 11. o divine origin 1 20 23 cf God pouring out His Spirit in prophetic tradition Isaiah 32 15 44 3 and Joel. o key passage Proverbs 8 22 31 read for Feast of the Annunciation. o cf Colossians 1 15 20 and I Corinthians 1 18 31, other liturgical uses of Proverbs e g feasts of saints. o Proverbs 3 13 16 8 6,o Proverbs 10 31 32 11 1 10. Sirach 1 11 20 hymn to fear of God wisdom imparted at our mothers breasts. Sirach 4 11 19 joy of those who seek wisdom, Sirach 24 role of wisdom in creation and history identified with Law cf John 1. Sirach 42 15 43 33 praise of creation,Sirach 44ff praise of holy men. Sirach 50 portrait of high priest cf Luke 24 50 52. II Maccabees 8ff holy war importance of prayer miraculous interventions. II Maccabees 6 18 31 and 7 martyrdom,II Maccabees 7 9 7 23 7 29 resurrection. II Maccabees 12 38 45 prayer for the dead,II Maccabees 7 28 creation ex nihilo cf Genesis 1. Baruch 1 1 14 sins have broken our relationship with God. Baruch 1 15 3 18 sin as exile especially 2 11 3 8 prayer of the exiles. Baruch 3 9 4 4 meditation on wisdom practice of the Law. Baruch 4 5 5 9 consolation of Jerusalem cf 2nd Isaiah. as read on Nativity of the Lord Baruch 3 35 4 4 compare 3 37 in Hebrew and LXX. key passage Wisdom 2 shameful death of God s Son,Wisdom 3 1 9 Vespers for a martyr etc. Wisdom 5 15 23 6 1 3 Vespers for a martyr etc, key passage Wisdom 7 21 30 wisdom as image of God cf Genesis 1 26 27 Wisdom 2 23 II Corinthians 4 4. Colossians 1 15 I Corinthians 11 7 II Corinthians 3 18 Colossians 3 10. 10 NOV 27 Priestly cosmology ritual and law Genesis Leviticus vs rabbinic writing and exegesis of Midrash and. law synagogue liturgy vs the Temple sacrifice,SECOND QUIZ DUE. Genesis 1 1 2 3 9 4 6 cf Lev 17 10 16,Leviticus the core theology 11 44 cf 10 1 2 10 11. o Ritual holiness and sacred places ch 1 8 1 30 ch 16 22 1 3. o Impurity core 15 31 cf ch 11 13 17 cf Luke 17 11 19 14 33 15 32. o Cf Acts 15 23 29 esp verse 29,o Purity by statutes ch 18. o Atonement 5 1 6 7 22 27 16 7 10 29 34, o Persons rather than community in P 4 1 3 13 15 22 27. o Community social organization in H ch 19 20 and later. o Liturgical calendar organized ch 23,Selected rabbinic literature halakah and agada. Mark 2 23 27 Matthew ch 23 John 3 1 15 Acts 21 39 22 1 3 cf 5 34 39 and Barrett 178 23 1 10. 11 DEC 4 The Septuagint and the aims of various Jewish canons Jewish Pseudepigrapha Jubilees 1 Enoch etc. exegesis in the Dead Sea Scrolls impact of LXX on NT and fathers Philo and allegory patristic and liturgical. according to the Scriptures Early Christian liturgical reading and the formation of theoria Clement of Rome Melito. of Sardis Holy Saturday Vesperal Liturgy anaphora of St Basil full grown theoria Gregory of Nyssa Life of. Moses and The Great Canon of Andrew of Crete the place of Jewish Scriptures in the Christian canon question. Marcion The Fathers as Biblicists not just as liturgical The Song of Songs. LXX Review from Wisdom literature class Wisdom of Solomon esp ch 2 3 5 6 11 22 26 16 5 14 Sirach. Ecclesiasticus esp ch 4 5 10 11 16 17 24 25 33 35 39 43 44 51 Baruch Prayer of Azariah. Pseudepigrapha sels,Dead Sea Scrolls sels,Philo sels. Melito of Sardis On Pascha,Andrew of Crete Great Canon sels. Prayer of Offering and Anaphora from the Liturgy of St Basil the Great. Excerpts from Gregory of Nyssa Life of Moses,Marcion sels. early Fathers and Councils on the Canon of Scripture. 12 DEC 11 Modern Orthodox Biblical critical scholarship and the notion of Scripture as revealed Canon. Selection of modern Orthodox Biblical critical authors. o Georges Florovsky The Fathers of the Church and the Old Testament The Student World 32. 1939 281 88 repr in his Aspects of Church History Collected Works Vol IV Belmont. MA Nordland Publ Co 1975 pp 31 38 elementary but better than all the following except Behr. Contrast with, o Paul Tarazi The Old Testament An Introduction Vol 1 Historical Traditions new rev ed Crestwood. NY SVS Press 2003 pp 18 25,Contrast with, o John Breck The Power of the Word in the Worshiping Church Crestwood SVS Press 1986 pp 9. 10 25 40 93 113 Theoria an Orthodox Hermeneutic ch 2 of this book treats with a view that. differs significantly from our class approach many of the Fathers exegetical approaches compare to. McGuckin s reading of the Fathers and then review Florovsky. Contrast with, o John Anthony McGuckin Recent Biblical Hermeneutics in Patristic Perspective the Tradition of. Orthodoxy in Theodore G Stylianopoulos ed Sacred Text and Interpretation Perspective in Orthodox. Biblical Studies Brookline MA Holy Cross Orthodox Press 2006 pp 293 324 papers from a 2003. conference at Holy Cross FOR CLASS DISCUSSION pp 305 20. o Timothy Clark Jewish Education in the Hellenistic Period and the Old Testament SVTQ 54 3 4 2010. And then finally is the solution in, o John Behr The Mystery of Christ Life in Death Crestwood NY SVS Press 2006 ch 2. CRITICAL PAPERS DUE FRIDAY 20 DECEMBER,QUIZ FORMAT. You will receive the questions a week before the quiz is due when you are ready open them and write the quiz in 30. minutes Then type your answers exactly as written and insert in italics any corrections from the books. 1 10 minutes 3 terms from data sheet 1 2 3 to define accurately. 2 6 minutes 2 identified verses from the readings to parse and exegete. 3 6 minutes 1 unidentified passage of several verses to parse and exegete. 4 7 minutes 2 identified short passages to compare. SHORT EXEGETICAL ANALYSIS 5 pp, You will be assigned or may negotiate your choice of a short but coherent passage from the OT readings for your. class presentation 15 min including discussion this must be a critical exegesis and must incorporate research for the. reference books From the outcome of your presentation you will write a thorough commentary on it making use of. several of the reference resources identified properly in foot end notes to assist you This is not to be a line by line. commentary but rather an argument about the meaning and reading of the passage with an overall thesis of your own. CRITIQUE OF A MODERN ORTHODOX WRITER S METHODOLOGY FOR USING THE OT 8 pp max. Choosing one of the modern Orthodox theologians whose thought incorporates reading of the Old Testament critique his. critical methodology for handling OT texts as sources You may use just the class handout is you wish or may read. further in his her book To do this you will need to show considerable citation of OT passages read in the course and. also NT and Patristic materials from the syllabus and you should have some methodological awareness of your own. evaluative assumptions about the OT to compare to your author this is not a mere book report. Typing correct writing usual scholarly apparatus and a clear central thesis are expected. PREPARING FOR CLASS DISCUSSIONS, You are expected to be familiar with the detailed passages assigned each week and ready to enter into analytical. discussions about how to read them, Late work Basic Degree students are expected to hand in assignments by the date given in the course outline Penalties will not. be applied to students with medical or compassionate difficulties students facing such difficulties are kindly requested to. consult with their faculty adviser or basic degree director who should make a recommendation on the matter to the instructor. 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Accessibility Students with a disability or health consideration whether temporary or permanent are entitled to. accommodation Students in conjoint degree programs must register at the University of Toronto s Accessibility Services. offices information is available at http www accessibility utoronto ca The sooner a student seeks accommodation the. quicker we can assist, Plagiarism Students submitting written material in courses are expected to provide full documentation for sources of both. words and ideas in footnotes or endnotes Direct quotations should be placed within quotation marks If small changes. are made in the quotation they should be indicated by appropriate punctuation such as brackets and ellipses but the. quotation still counts as a direct quotation Failure to document borrowed material constitutes plagiarism which is a. serious breach of academic professional and Christian ethics An instructor who discovers evidence of student plagiarism. is not permitted to deal with the situation individually but is required to report it to his or her head of college or delegate. according to the TST Basic Degree Handbook and the Graduate program Handbooks linked from. http www tst edu academic resources forms handbooks and the University of Toronto Code of Behaviour on Academic. Matters http www governingcouncil utoronto ca AssetFactory aspx did 4871 A student who plagiarizes in this course. will be assumed to have read the document Avoidance of plagiarism in theological writing published by the Graham. Library of Trinity and Wycliffe Colleges, http www trinity utoronto ca Library Archives Theological Resources Tools Guides plag htm. Other academic offences TST students come under the jurisdiction of the University of Toronto Code of Behaviour on. Academic Matters http www governingcouncil utoronto ca policies behaveac htm. Back up copies Please make back up copies of essays before handing them in. Obligation to check email At times the course instructor may decide to send out important course information by email. To that end all students in conjoint programs are required to have a valid utoronto email address Students must have set. up their utoronto email address which is entered in the ACORN system Information is available at. www utorid utoronto ca The course instructor will not be able to help you with this 416 978 HELP and the Help Desk at. the Information Commons can answer questions you may have about your UTORid and password Students should check. utoronto email regularly for messages about the course Forwarding your utoronto ca email to a Hotmail Gmail Yahoo. or other type of email account is not advisable In some cases messages from utoronto ca addresses sent to Hotmail. Gmail or Yahoo accounts are filtered as junk mail which means that emails from your course instructor may end up in. your spam or junk mail folder Students in non conjoint programs should contact the Registrar of their college of. registration, Email communication with the course instructor The instructor aims to respond to email communications from students. in a timely manner All email communications from students in conjoint programs should be sent from a utoronto email. address Email communications from other email addresses are not secure and also the instructor cannot readily identify. them as being legitimate emails from students The instructor is not obliged to respond to email from non utoronto.
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