NT 212 syllabus

NT 212 syllabus - RELIGION 212 The New Testament, Part 2...

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RELIGION 212 The New Testament, Part 2 Course Outline – Winter 2011 Byron R. Merrill Sec. 036, 5:00-6:40 pm, W 270-A JSB, 801-422-3362 Text: The New Testament byron_merrill@byu.edu Office Hours: 3:00 – 4:40 pm Wednesday Jan 5 Introduction, Acts 1-2 12 Acts 3-14 19 26 Acts 19-28* Feb 2 1 Corinthians 1-14 9 1 Cor. 15 – 2 Cor. 13, Galatians 16 No Class 23 Romans, Colossians, Philemon Mar 2 9 Hebrews 16 23 No Class 30 Apr 6 Revelation 4-15 13 Revelation 16-22*** * Exam #1: Intro – Acts 28. Testing Center – Jan. 27, 28, 29, Late day Jan. 31 ($5.00 fee; last test given out at 2 PM on the late day ). ** Exam #2: 1 Cor. - Titus. Testing Center – Mar. 3, 4, 5, Late Day Mar 7 ($5.00 fee; last test given out at 2 PM on the late day ). Final Exam: Hebrews – Revelation 22. 3222 WSC – Apr. 16, 18, 19, 20, 21 (last test given out at 4 PM on the last day )
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STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Brigham Young University: To assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life by providing an education that is (1) spiritually strengthening, (2) intellectually enlarging, (3) character building, and (4) leading to lifelong learning and service. Religious Education: Students who successfully complete the required Doctrinal Foundation core in Religious Education will be able to demonstrate that they have acquired an understanding of LDS scripture, doctrine and history through the process of rigorous study and personal faith (Doctrine and Covenants 88:118). Inherent in the process of learning by study and by faith is the responsibility each student assumes for their part in the learning process. Therefore, students who apply themselves will be able to demonstrate competence in the following areas: (1) recall factual information necessary for a basic understanding of LDS scripture, doctrine and history, (2) analyze and interpret LDS scripture, doctrine and history, (3) use factual knowledge and conceptual understanding of LDS scripture, doctrine and history to problem solve, and (4) seek the Holy Ghost as an aid in
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