TH101: Bibliology

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Bibliology

TH101

Syllabus


Class Description


This course is designed to familiarize the student with the nature, revelation, inspiration, canonization, credibility and authority of the Holy Scriptures.


Course Description

This course focuses on the authority and nature of the Scriptures. It is designed to help students work through issues that concern the trust they place in the Bible and its interpretation.

This course will be a survey of the bible and its transmission to the student of the scriptures.


PROFESSOR’S CONTACT INFORMATION


Jeffry Evans

Jeffry Evans

Jeffry Evans has worked in information technology, web development and business intelligence for 14 years. He has helped companies make and save significant money, as well as running his own successful business. His has a bachelor’s of business administration degree from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, with a major in computer information systems. He has a wife and one child, and is currently employed full-time, as well as ministering part time for Metropolitan Baptist Church and Texas Theological University & Seminary in developing software systems, online courses, etc.

817-237-2201
817-312-3836

Please allow 24 hours to respond by email. You may also text if you need a quicker response.


Textbooks


1) Bible (KJV)

2) Class Notes (Robert Sargent’s notes will be the class notes and the student will be charged a $10.00 additional fee for the notes


Suggested Books


Which Bible
David Otis Fuller

From God to Us
Geisler, N. L. & Nix, W. E.

The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible
B.B. Warfield

Course Requirements

  1. Read the class notes in their entirety for each class and do the quiz for the grade.
  2. One major exam (Final Exam). This exam will be 3 minor essays or 250 to 500 words in length. The student may review and do the paper at any time during the course and uploaded according to the instructions given.

RESEARCH/ANALYSIS’ PAPERS

All Research/Analysis’ papers must be submitted according to APA guidelines.


ASSIGNMENTS / GRADING


Course Grading
Lesson / Assignment / Quiz / Exam Percent of Total Grade
The Nature of the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 1 4.00%
Revelation and the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 2 4.00%
The Inspiration of the Bible Defined – Bibliology Lesson 3 4.00%
The Inspiration of the Bible Demonstrated – Bibliology Lesson 4 4.00%
The Inspiration of the Bible Defended – Bibliology Lesson 5 4.00%
The Canonization of the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 6 5.00%
The Credibility of the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 7 5.00%
The Authority of the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 8 5.00%
The Preservation of the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 9 5.00%
The Translation of the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 10 5.00%
The Versions of the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 11 5.00%
The Student of the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 12 5.00%
Bibliology Assignment 1 – Divine Inspiration 15.00%
Bibliology Assignment 2 – Providential Preservation 15.00%
Bibliology Assignment 3 – The Internal Evidences 15.00%
Total100%

GRADING

90-100 A

80-89 B

70-79 C

60-69 D

0-59 F

Grading Summary:

Reading of Notes and Quizzes 55%
Final Exam 45%
Total 100%

 Grading of Late Papers

Late papers, this includes homework and reading assignments, will be graded and then given a 5% per class period reduction.


PDF Format of Notes

Know that all your notes will be on the TTU site. PDF notes, directions and material can be found in each lesson. For your files I will also include the PDF notes for  the student to download. To download the PDF for each lesson please click on the link at the end of each lesson.

 

 

Lessons

Revelation and the Bible – Bibliology Lesson 2

Bibliology Revelation and the Bible Lesson 2 The word “revelation” simply means a revealing, and in theology is applied to God’s revealing of Himself to mankind. Without revelation, we wouldn’t know…