Welcome to the The Wikiversity Department of Biblical Studies, part of the School of Theology. According to Wikipedia, "Biblical studies is the academic study of the Judeo-Christian Bible and related texts"; hence this department focuses on the study of the Bible, and of exegetic and hermeneutic techniques.
Department Centers[edit | edit source]
- Center of Biblical Hermeneutics
- Center of Biblical Languages
- Center of Biblical Translation
- Center of Biblical Survey
At present, the primary focus of the department is content development. There are a number of pages that need to be created and/or fleshed out, and we need editors (like you :-) who are willing to contribute time and energy to the cause.
A department sub-page has been created to list some of the projects that need to be done. If you don't already have a project in mind, you can go to that page, pick a project that sounds interesting, and begin working on it. Then if you intend to stick around, you can place your username in the "Active Participants" section below. (if you want to help, but don't know how to edit wikiversity, see wiki 101 for an introduction to editing.)
Active participants[edit | edit source]
The histories of Wikiversity pages indicate who the active participants are. If you are an active participant in this Department, you may list your name here. This could help the Department grow and the participants better communicate.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Wikipedia "Biblical studies", 03-12-2008