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This course is designed to introduce the student to the specific steps that were involved in producing the Bible into what we know it to be today. This course does not address the contents of the Bible but rather examines the earliest records we have of Biblical literature and how the Bible has passed through a number of different cultures, copies and translations. The course takes an academic approach to the subject of the Bible and strives to give the student an appreciation of the monumental road that it has traveled in order to be available to the faith community and general public today. The course will look at ancient "targhums", archaic translations and contemporary translations to provide to the student an indepth understanding of why the Bible is so highly regarded by so many people.
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|Section 1: Overview|
|Section 2: Introduction|
Why This Study is ImportantPreview
|Section 3: Autographs and Manuscripts|
Old Testament Manuscripts
New Testament Manuscripts
|Section 4: Early Printed Bibles|
The Vulgate to the Printing Press
|Quiz 1||20 questions|
This exam covers the first six lectures of the course. There are 20 multiple choice questions.
Early English Bibles
Modern English Bibles
Modern English Bible Continued
|Section 5: Contemporary English Bible|
|Quiz 2||25 questions|
This exam covers the material found in the last five video lectures of the course
|Section 6: Supplemental Material|
This video is provided by Dr. Paul Maier https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcEN6_TC4PU
Sources of Authority
The Old Testament
A Question of Christology
Finally An English Bible
|Section 7: Closing|
Andy C. Lewter is the Bishop of Christian Education for the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship and is an Adjunct Professor at Beulah Heights Bible University in Atlanta, GA and the Apex School of Theology in Raleigh, NC. Bishop Lewter holds degrees from Oberlin College, Harvard Divinity School and the United Theological Seminary. Bishop Lewter is a highly sought after scholar and is involved in training candidates for the bishopric. He pastors the Hollywood Full Gospel Baptist Cathedral of Amityville, NY and the Queens Ministry of Jamaica, NY