The Epistle to the Romans

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The Epistle to the Romans

Details

Number of Lessons: 24Avg. Lesson Length: 44 MinutesTime Required: 35 Hour MinimumLevel: Advanced

Description

The book of Romans is crucial to the understanding of salvation and sanctification. In this course, students explore the rich truths of justification and other significant topics by completing an exegetical and theological study of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans in the Greek text. The course treats select historical, grammatical, structural, and lexical data that illuminate the meaning of this important New Testament document. Students will be encouraged to put theory into living practice Note:This course assumes a basic skill in Greek exegesis and the ability to make grammatical and textual critical evaluations and to do Greek word studies.”

This course is part of our Legacy Series of courses from renowned scholars over several decades.

Professor

ProfessorHarold W. Hoehner, PhD, ThD (1935-2009)
  • Cambridge University, PhD
  • Dallas Theological Seminary, ThM and ThD
  • Barrington College, BA

Objectives

  1. Increase the student’s Greek vocabulary and gain additional competence in grammatical analysis and translation of the Greek text of Romans.
  2. Gain additional experience in doing exegesis from the Greek text in preparation for expository preaching and teaching.
  3. Wrestle with selected theological issues and formulate exegetically defensible solutions.
  4. Be involved in a study of Romans in order to be able to think through the argument of the Epistle as a whole.

Activities

Audio LecturesCourse Assessment