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This course introduces the student to the ancient pursuit of wisdom, both in Israel and among her neighbors, and the genre, content, and social context of the wisdom writings. The course examines both Old Testament wisdom books and wisdom writings produced in the period between the Testaments. Particular attention is given to themes that run throughout the wisdom tradition and the ways these themes develop and change in successive wisdom writings. The course also considers the ways wisdom writings helped shape the New Testament and continue to influence the church today.


If you are enrolled in this course for three credits, the third credit will be earned by completing a collateral reading assignment (CRA) based on the textbook "The Wisdom Literature" by Richard J. Clifford.

Wisdom Literature

SKU: BIB4132-3
35,00 €Price
  • Study Guide

    Scott Ellington

    Wisdom Literature

    1st edition, 216 pages

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