Proverbs-Psalms: Singing the Sounds of Real Life

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Proverbs-Psalms: Singing the Sounds of Real Life

Details

Number of Lessons: 3Avg. Lesson Length: 27 MinutesTime Required: 3 Hours MinimumLevel: Intermediate

Description

Times change and life’s issues take new forms. Solomon never sat in a traffic jam on the freeway and we never fret over an attack by the Philistines, but human emotions remain the same. In this course, Proverbs-Psalms: Singing the Sounds of Real Life, students will study the distilled language of Israel’s poets as they sang the songs of their lives. They are, amazingly, like the songs of people’s lives today.

With this course you will also receive Ray C. Stedman’s teaching commentary related to this section of the Bible.

Reviews

The last part after Psalms was very detailed but interesting.

Donna
Course Reviewed: 3 months ago

Good course.

Donald
Course Reviewed: 8 months ago

Professor

ProfessorDouglas K. Stuart, PhD
  • Harvard University, PhD
  • Yale Divinity School, graduate studies
  • Harvard University, BA

Objectives

  1. To introduce students to survey information of the Old Testament.
  2. To help develop critical and practical aptitudes in understanding the Bible.
  3. To provide scholarly information that will help students better understand the historical and biblical context of the Old Testament.

Activities

Video LecturesAudio LecturesTranscriptsDiscussion QuestionsHandoutsQuizzes & Exams

Learning Paths

Advanced Biblical StudiesDetails

Reviews

I really enjoyed this course! The information was concise and interesting!

Heidi
Course Reviewed: 9 months ago

I liked the course…there was a lot to learn in the third lesson.

Marilyn
Course Reviewed: 9 months ago

Another excellent course

Diana
Course Reviewed: 10 months ago

This was a very interesting course.

Felicia
Course Reviewed: 1 year ago

The course had really challenged my knowledge of the Bible.

Josephine
Course Reviewed: 1 year ago

Wow! Lots of info in this course. The quizzes were simple but to the point and evaluating pertinent information that will be helpful to remember going forward.

Dorothy
Course Reviewed: 2 years ago