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RELIGIONS OF THE BIBLE

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INSTRUCTOR
DR. JUDD H. BURTON

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Religions of the Bible is a comparative study of the various religious traditions of the Biblical World.  Old Testament Traditions include: Hebraic religion, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Persian, and various Semitic Traditions.  Interbiblical and New Testament traditions include: Judaism, infant Christianity, Greco-Roman paganism, and Mystery Religions.  Offered monthly.

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COURSE OUTLINE
WEEK 1: INTRODUCTION/PAGANISM IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST
WEEK 2: ANCIENT HEBREW RELIGION/JUDAISM
WEEK 3: GRECO-ROMAN PAGANISM
WEEK 4: JUDAISM & CHRISTIANITY/CONCLUSION

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