The Bible - its Nature and Role in Culture (wykład) - 2018/2019

Opis zajęć
Informacje ogólne
Prowadzący:Ks. dr Marcin Zieliński
Organizator:Wydział Filozofii - Instytut Filozofii
Liczba godzin tydzień/semestr: 2/30
Język wykładowy:English
Cele przedmiotu
O1 Presentation of the biblical topoi and the analysis of texts that represent them.
O2 Interpretation of the biblical texts in the context of the ancient culture and presenting their inspiring role in the Western Art.
O3 Presenting Bible as still actual answer to the great existential questions of the humanity.
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 key subjects of the Old and New Testament
2. Students know ancient texts parallel to the important biblical traditions
3. Students know works of Western culture and art having some associations with biblical topoi.

SKILLS
1. Students are able to analyse biblical texts
2. Student knows the cultural contex in which the Bible was written
3. Students are able to point out and interpret biblical inspirations in the works of the Western art and culture.
Metody dydaktyczne
Classical lecture, multimedia presentation, texts analysis
Treści programowe przedmiotu
1. The creation of the Universe and the humanity (Gen 1-2).
2. The fall of the humans and the primordial sin (Gen 3). Inspiration and infallibility of the biblical texts. Questions posed by the contemporary science.
3. The Deluge (Gen 6 - 9)
4. The Patriarchs (Abraham – Jacob – Joseph)
5. Exodus and its historical background
6. The History of the kings: part 1 – Samuel, Saul and Dawid
7. The prophets. The history of biblical writings and of shaping the biblical canon of the OT.
8. Job and the challenge of suffering
9. Infancy narratives (Lk 1 - 2 ; Mt 1 - 2)
10. Jesus preaches the Kingdom of God: miracles and parables
11. The Passion of the Lord
12. The Resurrection
13. Paul the Apostle - his letters, life and teaching.
14. The Book of Revelation.
Kryteria oceny i sposoby weryfikacji zakładanych efektów kształcenia
Unsatisfactory -
(K) Students do not know the most important themes of the OT and NT or their ancient cultural counterparts as well as their connections to the works of Western art and culture.
(S) Students are not able to analyse biblical texts, nor can they differentiate between biblical and non-biblical textual traditions. They are not capable of pointing out some particular works of Western art connected to these traditions;
(C) Students do not show respect nor knowledge of the cultural heritage of the Western and the other civilizations or religions.

Accepted -
(K) Students know only generally the most important themes of the OT and NT or their ancient cultural counterparts as well as their connections to the works of Western art and culture.
(S) Students are able to poorly analyse biblical texts, or they differentiate with difficulty between biblical and non-biblical textual traditions. They are capable of pointing out only few particular works of Western art connected to these traditions;
(C) Students show little respect or knowledge of the cultural heritage of the Western and the other civilizations or religions.

Good -
(K) Students know most important themes of the OT and NT or their ancient cultural counterparts as well as their connections to the works of Western art and culture.
(S) Students are able to analyse most biblical texts, and differentiate between biblical and non-biblical textual traditions. They are capable of pointing out some particular works of Western art connected to these traditions;
(C) Students show respect and knowledge of the cultural heritage of the West and other civilizations or religions.

Very Good -
(K) Students know all important themes of the OT and NT, and their ancient cultural counterparts as well as their connections to the works of Western art and culture.
(S) Students are able to analyse all the key biblical texts, and differentiate between biblical and non-biblical textual traditions. They are capable of pointing out many particular works of Western art connected to these traditions;
(C) Students show deep respect and thorough knowledge of the cultural heritage of the West and other civilizations or religions.

Forms of assessment
Written paper on a chosen subject showing the connection between the Bible and modern culture (4-5 pages, about 13 000 characters).
Literatura podstawowa i uzupełniająca
Basic Literature

Power J., History of Salvation. Introducing the Old Testament (New York: Alba House 1989)
Roncace M., Teaching the Bible through Popular Culture and the Arts (Atlanta: SBL 2007).

Additional Literature

Barton, J. (red.), The Biblical World. I-II (Routledge 2002).
Brown, R.E., An Introduction to the New Testament (Doubleday 1997).
Dawes, G.W., Introduction to the Bible (Liturgical Press 2007).
Roncace M. - Gray P. (eds.), Teaching the Bible through Popular Culture and the Arts (SBL Atlanta 2007).
Sawyer, J.F.A., The Blackwell Companion to the Bible and Culture (Blackwell 2006).
Soggin, J.A., Coggins R.J., Introduction to the Old Testament (Westminster John Knox Press 1989)
Kierunek studiów: Filozofia - grupa w języku angielskim (stacjonarne II stopnia)
Lokalizacja w planach rocznych:
Etap:Rok I - Semestr 1
Punkty ECTS: 2
Forma zaliczenia: Egzamin
Kierunek studiów: Prawo Unii Europejskiej (stacjonarne II stopnia)
Lokalizacja w planach rocznych:
Etap:Rok I - Semestr 1
Punkty ECTS: 2
Forma zaliczenia: Egzamin