010126 VO Basic Course Fundamental Theology II (Text and Tradition) (2019W)
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Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Content of exam: Content of the course or of the alternative literature
Facilities allowed during the exam: none
The language of the exam is either German or English.
Benchmark for a positive grad: rough knowledge of the topics mentioned above.DUE TO THE MEASURES OF THE COVID19 CRISISIS, ORAL EXAMINATIONS WILL BE DIGITALLY PROCESSED THROUGH THE PLATFORM https://meet.jit.si/ ACCORDING TO THE EXAMINATION DATES THAT ARE ALREADY ADVERTISED. THE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR THE EXAM REMAINS THE SAME. THIS EXAMINATION MODE IS VALID AS LONG AS THE PANDEMIA MEASURES REMAIN MANDATORY. (March 30th, 2020)
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Paula Fredriksen, The Birth of Christianity and the Origins of Christian Anti-Judaism, in: Paula Fredriksen / Adele Reinhartz (ed.), Jesus, Judaism, and Christian Anti-Semitism. Reading the New Testament after the Holocaust, Louisville-London 2002/ San Bernardino 2013, 8-30.
Joram Hazony, Philosophy of Hebrew Scripture, Cambridge 2012.
Simon Marcel, Verus Israel. A Study of the Relations between Christians and Jews in the Roman Empire AD 135-425, Oxford-Portland 2009, 135-270.