Honors section will have additional assignments and meeting times.
Contact the instructor for more information.
Through reading and class lectures, students will study topics including creation myths in Israel and neighboring countries, the traditions about Israel’s founding matriarchs and patriarchs, the emergence of Israel in Syria-Palestine, the archaeology of Israel. The diversity of Israelite religion, and the history of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah.
Approved as General Education Tier II Humanities & General Education Diversity Emphasis.
Identical with: HIST 372a, RELI 372a, NES 372a
To view the syllabus, currently enrolled students go to the D2L website.