010036 VO Introduction to the Bible (2021W)
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The course takes place in presence, if possible. For students belonging to risk groups, alternative forms of completing the course are offered.
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Valuation key: 100-87 points = excellent, 86-75 = good, 74-63 = satisfactory, 62-51 = sufficient, 50-0 insufficient.
Exam dates see http://bibelwissenschaft-ktf.univie.ac.at/studium/
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Basic knowledge of the history of biblical Israel.
- Armin Lange/Emanuel Tov (eds.), Textual History of the Bible. The Hebrew Bible, vol. 1A, pp. 3-50 (from 1.1.1. to 184.108.40.206.2).
- Marianne Moyaert, Dei Verbum, Nostra Aetate and Interfaith Dialogue, Louvain Studies 39 (2015/16) 43-62.
- Michael D. Coogan (ed.), The Oxford History of the Biblical World, Oxford 1998, chs. 2 (exodus from Egypt), 3 (emergence of Ancient Israel), 5 (early monarchy), 6 (Judah and Israel from Solomon the fall of Samaria), 7 (From Assyrian conquest to Babylonian Exile), 8 (Persian Period), 9 (Hellenistic Period)
!! Please do not learn details but concentrate on central facts and results.