Bible & Western Culture (Section 2)

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Bible & Western Culture (Section 2)

675.00

Grade: 10
This course introduces the literature of the
Bible and examines its influence on the heritage of Western civilization. The primary objective is to familiarize students with the Old and New Testaments; however, the course also introduces the related topics of canonicity, textual criticism, Bible translation and methods of interpretation. Secondary emphasis includes a discussion of the Biblical worldview and its impact on the history, art, literature, architecture, jurisprudence and other aspects of western culture. This is a one trimester course which counts .333 credits toward Parish graduation requirements, and it fulfills the 10th grade religious studies requirement. Students are required to attend four of seven face-to-face sessions. More information will be provided at an information session during the first week of May. Instructors will contact students with an exact date and time. 
• Credit: one trimester, .333 credit
• Instructor: Instructor: Marc Addington, 
   Parish Episcopal School (section 1), 
   Mother Alina Williams,
   Parish Episcopal School (section 2)
• Dates & Times:
Section 2: May 31 (4:00pm)
June 4, 11, 18, 25 (4:00pm)
July 2, 9 (4:00pm)
• Cost: $675

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