History of Salvation (wykład) - 2018/2019

Opis zajęć
Informacje ogólne
Prowadzący: - VACAT
Organizator:Wydział Teologii - Instytut Nauk Biblijnych
Liczba godzin tydzień/semestr: 1/15
Cele przedmiotu
O1 Presentation of the Bible as a sacred history guided by God.
O2 Interpretation of the biblical texts that represent pivotal moment in the history of salvation
O3 Presenting biblical history of salvation in relation with universal history
Wymagania wstępne
R1: The basic knowledge about the Bible, biblical environment, biblical books and their inspired character.
R2: General knowledge about key-biblical figures and about main Old and New Testament themes.
Efekty kształcenia dla przedmiotu
Knowledge
1. Students know the important moments in the history of salvation
2. Students knows the theological meaning of the history of salvation
3. Students is familiar with the geography and the history of Israel, the world of the Gospels, and the expansion of the early Church

Skills
1. Students are able to analyze important biblical texts
2. Student is able to indicate main theological contents behind the events described in the history of salvation
Metody dydaktyczne
Classical lecture, multimedia presentation, texts analysis
Treści programowe przedmiotu
1. The Patriarchs. Inauguration of the history of Salvation. Periods of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
2. Historical situation of Israel in Egypt and Exodus. Constitution of the People of God: the Covenant of Sinai.
3. The Judges. The Monarchy. Samuel, Saul, David and Solomon.
4. Israel and Juda - Israel divided into the Southern Kingdom and Northern Kingdom
5. The fall of Jerusalem and the exile. Mission of Esdras and Nehemiah: restoration
6. The Time of Prophets and their message
7. Palestine under Greek rule. Palestine under the Seleucides: Maccabees’ rebellion and the Asmonean dynasty.
8. Palestine under Roman rule
9. The time of Jesus. Geography. Palestinian Judaism before the destruction of the Temple: Pharisees
10. Jesus, the Messiah Son of God. Chronology of the life of Jesus, his death and resurrection.
11. Birth of the Church. Pentecost. Social and religious situation of the Roman Empire during the 1st century.
12. Formation of the Christian communities outside Jerusalem. St. Paul and the preaching to the Gentiles.
Kryteria oceny i sposoby weryfikacji zakładanych efektów kształcenia
Unsatisfactory -
(K) Students do not know the most important themes of the history of salvation.
(S) Students are not able to analyze biblical texts and show connection between biblical and universal history
(C) Students do not show respect nor knowledge of the biblical tradition

Accepted -
(K) Students know only generally the most important themes of the history of salvation.
(S) Students are able to poorly analyse biblical texts and show only some connection between biblical and universal history
(C) Students show little respect and knowledge of the biblical tradition

Good -
(K) Students know most important themes of the history of salvation.
(S) Students are able to analyze biblical texts and show connection between biblical and universal history
(C) Students show respect and knowledge of the biblical tradition

Very Good -
(K) Students know very well all important themes of the history of salvation.
(S) Students are able to analyze biblical texts and show connection between biblical and universal history with all the important details
(C) Students show respect and knowledge of the biblical tradition


Forms of assessment
Written paper on a chosen subject from the list presented by the lecturer (4-5 pages, about 13 000 characters).
Literatura podstawowa i uzupełniająca
Basic Literature

J. Power, History of Salvation. Introducing the Old Testament (New York: Alba House 1989)
B.T. Arnold – R.S. Hess, Ancient Israel’s History (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academics, 2014).

Additional Literature

P.R. Davies, The History of Ancient Israel. A Guide for the Perplexed (Guides for the Perplexed; London – New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015)
L.L. Grabbe, Ancient Israel. What Do We Know and How Do We Know It? (London – New York: T&T Clark, 2007).
S. Herrmann, A History of Israel in Old Testament Times (London: SCM – Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1975).
H. Jagersma, A History of Israel to Bar Kochba (London: SCM, 1994).
H. Shanks (ed.), Ancient Israel: From Abraham to the Roman Destruction of the Temple (Washington, DC: Biblical Archaeology Society 2011).
Kierunek studiów: Teologia (stacjonarne jednolite magisterskie)
Lokalizacja w planach rocznych:
Etap:Rok I - Semestr 1
Punkty ECTS: 2
Forma zaliczenia: Zal. na ocenę