Introduction to Biblical Theology

Introduction to Biblical Theology

261.25 275.00

Teacher: Marc Barnes

Level: High School

Time: Monday Night Class, 6:00-8:00 P.M., All Year

Place: Leonardo’s Coffee House, 159 N 4th St, Steubenville, OH 43952

Materials: Catholic Bible, preferably Revised Standard Version, Composition book or journal, 3 ring binder with loose leaf paper for taking notes and storing supplemental materials.

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Marc Barnes is finishing a doctorate in Theology at St. Mary’s University in Twickenham, London. He writes regularly for theological and philosophical journals and magazines. In his “Introduction to Biblical Theology,” students will learn the continuity of the two Testaments, their typology, historical context, genre, and their fulfilment in the person of Christ. Special attention will be paid to the image of the shepherd-king and the god-king as it relates to salvation history and our own technocratic age. This class has the real capacity to expand one’s appreciation of the Biblical text, its immense complexity and its layers of meaning, allowing students the freedom to envision reality through a Biblical (and thus Catholic) meta-narrative. This class will thrive on intense, critical discussions. Grading will be based on participation and presentations. One, large pot of tea will provided per class.

For question’s concerning the “Introduction to Biblical Theology” class, contact Marc Barnes: marcjohnpaul[at]gmail[dot]com