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INSTRUCTOR
DR. JUDD H. BURTON

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Biblical Anthropology is a survey of the culture of the Bible, as produced by the societies in the ancient Levant. Topics covered  include customs, religious practices, folklore, lifeways, and traditions.  Societies of interest include the Jews, Canaanites, Philistines, Egyptians, and Mesopotamians.  Offered monthly.

TEXTS
1) Flavius Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews.  IBA, 2011.
2) Flavius Josephus.  Wars of the Jews.  IBA, 2011.
3) Judd H. Burton.  A Dictionary of Biblical Anthropology.  IBA, 2011.
4) Harold Hunting.  Hebrew Life and Times.  IBA, 2011.

COURSE OUTLINE
WEEK 1:  INTRODUCTION/OLD TESTAMENT CULTURE
WEEK 2:  OLD TESTAMENT CULTURE
WEEK 3:  INTERBIBLICAL LEVANT
WEEK 4:  NEW TESTAMENT CULTURE/CONCLUSION

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