BTH100 Introduction to the Bible – 4 Credits
This course traces the history of the Bible and includes discussions of inspiration, the biblical canon, major manuscripts, textual criticism, early translations, and modern versions.
- Understand the inspiration of the Bible
- Understand the canonization of the Bible
- Understand the transmission of the Bible
- Understand the translation of the Bible
A. Technical Requirements
- Download and install a browser other than Microsoft Internet Explorer. We suggest Firefox or Google Chrome.
- The E-learning system performs better with Firefox or Google Chrome browsers.B. Academic Requirements
- Lessons (25%): Complete all the lessons
- Quizzes (25%): Complete all the quizzes.
- Final exam (30%).
- Term paper (20%)
- Write a 3 – 5 page paper on the “King James Version ( KJV) only” question. Explain what the KJV debate is all about. Review the arguments of the different sides of the debate. State, and argue your position.
C. Grading Scale
- A = 94-100 Excellent
- B = 84 – 93 Above Average
- C = 74 – 83 Average
- D = 64 – 73 Below Average
- F = 63 & Below Failure
Note: If you choose to purchase from a different bookstore or a used book, please make sure the ISBN number is the same
Lightfoot, N. R. (2010). How we got the bible. Grand Rapids, Mich: BakerBooks.