(in Polish) The Gospel of Matthew: Its Literary Features and Theology
|Course ID:||WT-DTE-GM||Erasmus code / ISCED:||08.2 / (unknown)|
|Course title:||(unknown)||Name in Polish:||The Gospel of Matthew: Its Literary Features and Theology|
|Department:||Institute of General Theology|
Courses at UKSW
|ECTS credit allocation (and other scores):||4.00|
|Learning outcome code/codes:||
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The main objective of the course consists in acquainting the participants with literary features and theology of the Gospel of Matthew.
The main objective of the course consists in acquainting the participants with literary features and theology of the Gospel of Matthew. It is a work which is both literarily beautiful and semantically very rich. On the threshold of the twenty-first century, we still discover in it new contents and new levels of meaning, mainly due to the application of new methods of research.
1. J. Nolland, The Gospel of Matthew (NIGTC; William B. Eerdmans: Grand Rapids, Mich. · Cambridge and Paternoster: Bletchley 2005).
2. R. T. France, The Gospel of Matthew (NICNT; William B. Eerdmans: Grand Rapids, Mich. · Cambridge 2007).
3. L. Morris, The Gospel according to Matthew (PNTC; William B. Eerdmans: Grand Rapids, Mich. · Cambridge 2013).
4. D. E. Aune (ed.), The Gospel of Matthew in Current Study, FS W. G. Thomspn (William B. Eerdmans: Grand Rapids, Mich. · Cambridge 2001).
5. K. A. Bendoraitis and N. K. Gupta (eds.), Matthew and Mark across Perspectives, Festschrift S. C. Barton and W. R. Telford (LNTS 538; Bloomsbury T&T Clark: London [et al.] 2016).
6. J. A. Cabrido, The Shepherd of Israel for all Nations: The portrayal of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew: A Narrative-Critical and Theological Study (Gregoriana: Roma 2008).
7. N. Eubank, Wages of Cross-Bearing and Debt of Sin: The Economy of Heaven in Matthew’s Gospel (BZNW 196; Walter de Gruyter: Berlin · Boston 2013).
8. D. M. Gurtner and J. Nolland (eds.), Built upon the Rock: Studies in the Gospel of Matthew (Eerdmans: Grand Rapids, Mich. · Cambridge 2008).
9. T. R. Hatina (ed.), Biblical Interpretation in Early Christian Gospels, vol. 2, The Gospel of Matthew (LNTS 310; T&T Clark: London · New York 2008).
10. M. Marshall, The Portrayals of the Pharisees in the Gospels and Acts (FRLANT 254; Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht: Göttingen · Bristol 2015).
11. D. Senior (ed.), The Gospel of Matthew at the Crossroads of Early Christianity (BETL 243; Peeters: Leuven · Paris · Walpole, Mass. 2011).
EK 1 (por. TMA_W07): has well-ordered and detailed knowledge concerning the Gospel of Matthew
EK 2 (por. TMA_U01, TMA_K05): compares various presentations of problems related to the Gospel of Matthew in various scholarly sources, thus perceiving the need of a multifaceted approach to complex problems
EK 3 (cf. TMA_U17): creates his/her own analysis of a selected pericope from the Gospel of Matthew, written in Polish or in English on the basis of the literature pertaining to the subject and of the contents of the course
EK 4 (cf. TMA_U18): is able to participate independently and actively in a scholarly discussion led in English
Participation in classes: 30 hours, preparation for classes: 15 hours, independent analysis of the contents of classes: 30 hours, writing the semestral paper: 25 hours - totally 100 hours (4 points ECTS)
|Assessment methods and assessment criteria:||
EK 1 - continuous evaluation and semestral paper
EK 2 - semestral paper
EK 3 - semestral paper
EK 4 - continuous evaluation and checking the list of participants
Final assessment: dependent on the realization of learning outcomes: EK 1: 40%, EK 2: 10%, EK 3: 40%, EK 4: 10%
For achieving a positive grade, the number of unjustified absences from classes may not exceed 3.
The semestral paper should refer to a selected fragment of the Gospel of Matthew, contain min. 6000 characters (with spaces), and make use of min. 2-3 bibliographical items from the bibliography to the course (with footnotes to them).
Classes in period "Summer semester 2016/17" (past)
|Time span:||2017-02-01 - 2017-06-30||
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|Type of class:||
Lectures, 30 hours more information
|Group instructors:||Bartosz Adamczewski|
|Students list:||(inaccessible to you)|
|Type of subject:||
passive knowledge of the language of instruction
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