Course

Gospels and Letters

Bassler, Jouette M., 2007. Navigating Paul: An Introduction to Key Theological Concepts. Louisville, Kentucky: Westminster John Knox. (96 s)

Carroll, John T., 2016. Jesus and the Gospels. Louisville, Kentucky: Westminster John Knox Press. (307 s)

Horrell, David G., 2015. An Introduction to the Study of Paul. T&T Clark Approaches to Biblical Studies. 3 uppl. London: Bloomsbury. (209 s)

Kloppenborg, John, 2008. Q, the Earliest Gospel: An Introduction to the Original Stories and Sayings of Jesus. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox. S. 1-121. (121 s)

Kysar, Robert, 2007. John: The Maverick Gospel. Third edition. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox. (164 s)
Polaski, Sandra Hack, 2005. A Feminist Introduction to Paul. St. Louis, MO: Chalice. (122 s)

Resseguie, James L., 2005. Narrative Criticism of the New Testament: An Introduction. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker. S. 17-204, 241-254. (201 s)

Taylor, Walter F. Jr., 2012.  Paul: Apostle to the Nations: An Introduction. Minneapolis: Fortress. (310 s)

Wedderburn, Alexander J. M., 2004. A History of the First Christians. London: T&T Clark. S. 1-150. (150 s)

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Literature last revised on October 11, 2017.

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Hanna Stenström

Docent, senior lecturer, priest

hanna.stenstrom@ehs.se

Rikard Roitto

Docent, senior lecturer

rikard.roitto@ehs.se

Grades

A = Excellent, B = Very good, C = Good, D = Satisfactory, E = Sufficient, Fx = Insufficient, F = Insufficient

Examination Format

  • Interpretations
  • Papers

Grundläggande behörighet.
Teologi 60 hp inklusive kurserna Bibeln och religionerna 15 hp och Text, kontext och tolkning 15 hp, eller motsvarande.

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  • Students have the opportunity to take the exam according to the original course syllabus within two years after the course. If there are special reasons, such a re-examination can also take place later. Normally, teaching is not given according to an older syllabus. The possibility of exemption shall be decided by the president or vice president.
  • If a student due to disability has a decision from the EHS on special pedagogical support, the examiner shall, if necessary, adapt the examination and conduct the examination in an alternative way.

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Last revised on February 22, 2017.