Study of Genesis

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Emblem-scales.svg Perspective: Literal-Normal Interpretation.
Its authors are committed to maintaining a high level of scholarly ethics.

Syllabus[edit]

Course Overview[edit]

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Final Project[edit]

In order to receive credit (albeit imaginary credit ;-) for this course, you must write a short term paper on one of the following topics. (If you're auditing the course, of course you don't have to; however, you won't get that warm fuzzy feeling afterward.) The papers are to be about 1500 words in length, and will be posted on the course Project Page. See the Project page for details.

Project Topics:

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Supplemental Resources[edit]

Major Contributors to the Course[edit]

Feedback[edit]

I'm always open to feedback on the course, good bad or ugly. Let me know what improvements may be made by writing your opinions in the space below. Make sure to sign your post!

Opensourcejunkie, you are awesome. Not only is your name awesome, but this whole study is awesome! Thanks opensourcejunkie. --Opensourcejunkie 14:37, 19 March 2008 (UTC)
ignore this; I'm staging a subpage to be written: Study of Genesis/Genesis as a Myth