Hebrew Exegetical Method 2

Mark Hassler

Spring 2019

Fridays 9:45a–1:00p

Hebrew Exegetical Method 2 equips the student for the exegesis of the Hebrew Scriptures. It presents a methodology for exegetical research, and majors on lexical, contextual, and text critical analysis. It prepares the student to transition from exegesis to exposition.

As a result of taking this course, the student will be able to produce a clear and accurate translation of one’s chosen passage using a Hebrew lexicon; perform a lexical analysis on important terms within one’s chosen passage; explain the value of ancient Near Eastern background studies to the interpretation of the OT; discuss the characteristics and contributions of the primary textual witnesses to the Hebrew Bible; interpret the masorah parva and the textual critical apparatuses of BHS and BHQ with the assistance of appropriate resources; recognize key principles and practices of OT textual criticism; perform a provisional evaluation of the textual readings within one’s chosen passage; and, produce an exposition derived from the exegetical data of one’s chosen passage.

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Course Requirements

  • 40% – Exegetical Papers and Sermon Manuscript
  • 24% – Bible Translations
  • 15% – Textbook Reading
  • 15% – Final Exam
  • 6% – Grammar & Vocabulary Quizzes