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GBBL 651 - Scripture and Canon: The Formation of the Bible

This course traces how the Jewish and Christian Scriptures were produced, preserved, transmitted, authorized, and canonized in living communities of faith. It explores how inspiration and revelation-as well as social structures, historical events, and politics-feature in the development and persistence of a sacred canon. Class Notes: Log into class on the first day of the session.Please go to for online class instructions and technical requirements. When registering for an online class, you must provide the university with a valid email address. To verify or update your email address, logon to and go to My Information, then Emails.Online asynchronous courses deliver 50% or more of their instruction in an online format. Students are not required to attend class at scheduled times; rather, they engage in independent learning activities and assignments in Canvas in accordance with course instructions. Some online asynchronous courses may offer optional live video conference meetings, but these real-time meetings are not required. These courses have specific technology requirements such as access to a computing device and internet connectivity.
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