BIB 100: Introduction to the Bible is a course that provides an overview of the Bible and instruction on how to read the text. This course includes a survey of the story of the Bible, an examination of basic principles of biblical interpretation, study of canonicity, ancient and modern versions, and the importance of the Word of God for faith and life.
This guide is designed to help you with your course work (such as the Habakkuk paper) and research skills.
If you want to just browse the Masland Library shelves for books related to BIB 100 use the call number ranges below.
|Call Number Ranges|
|Works about the Bible||BS410-680|
|Criticism and Interpretation||BS500-534.8|
|Study and teaching||BS585-613|
|Works about the Old Testament||BS1110-1199|
|Criticism and Interpretation||BS1160-1191.5|
|Works about the New Testament||BS2280-2545|
|Criticism and Interpretation||BS2350-2393|
|Study and teaching||BS2525-2544|
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