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New Testament Apocalyptic (Book of Revelation)

 

NT 427/637 (English text)
NT437/637(Greek text)
This is the subject page for the on campus subject held in Turkey in conjunction with the Turkey Biblical Study Tour.
Limited places available
(1 place left for a female in 2019)

WORKLOAD: one semester, 4 credit points. (Study Tour is an extra 4 credit points)
STATUS: elective
CO-REQUISITES: NT502
EXCLUSIONS: Revelation in NT628/638.
WHEN: June Mediterranean Campus, 2019 (Enquire about future years)
COST: FEE-HELP (plus $380 accommodation and half board)

Visit the sites of the Seven Churches of Revelation as part of the Turkey Biblical Study Tour with expert lectures on site by Dr Mark Wilson from the Asia Minor Research Center. Then, study the book in detail during classes held at Ridley’s Mediterranean Campus in Antalya, Turkey.
Although we will work through the text of the entire book, Greek study will focus particularly on 1:1–2:17; 4:1–7:17; 11:19–14:20; 19:11–21:8.

Assessment (English Text)

Prior to Classes
Write an essay on the structure OR authorship OR date of Revelation.This paper is expected to provide a summary of the major views of scholars, with an overview of the key evidence and evaluation of the arguments. You should offer your own view in the light of this evaluation.

Following Classes
Write an exegetical paper on one chapter from Rev 4–15 or 19–21. The paper is to explain the meaning and significance of the passage and include discussion of the background, context, structure and theology as well as more detailed consideration of  with the detail (text, grammar, structure)

Assessment (GreekText)

Prior to Classes
Write an essay on the structure OR authorship OR date of Revelation.This paper is expected to provide a summary of the major views of scholars, with an overview of the key evidence and evaluation of the arguments. You should offer your own view in the light of this evaluation.

Following Classes
Write an exegetical paper, including your own translation, on one chapter from Rev 1, 4–7, 12–14, or 20–21. The paper is to engage with scholarship to critically evaluate the meaning and significance of the passage and include examination of the background, context, structure and theology as well as more detailed consideration of the detail (text, translation, grammar, structure)

 

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