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WSCal 摩西五经课程阅读清单  

2010-12-04 00:46:00|  分类: 改革宗神学 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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我明年要去神学院念书了:加州威敏思特神学院(WSCAL

第一学期可以上的课,除了希腊文必修(WSCal 要求所有的学生都要修希腊文和希伯来文)外,还有两门必修(摩西五经,教会历史II[中世纪和宗教改革]),和一门选修(改革宗信条[威敏思特信仰标准])。

手边有的是摩西五经的课本清单:

Required Books/Articles for the Course (and their abbreviations):
KP = M.G. Kline, Kingdom Prologue (whole book)
IOS = M.G. Kline, Images of the Spirit (we will read the first two chapters. The last two will be for Prophetical Books or Doctrine of Man)
Struct = M. G. Kline, The Structure of Biblical Authority. (pp. 21-44 required, recommended = the whole book)
M. G. Kline, “Covenant Theology Under Attack,” New Horizons Article (http://www.opc.org/new_horizons/Kline_cov_theo.html)
Vos = G. Vos, Biblical Theology (we will read chapters 1-8 in this class).
PPL = T. Desmond Alexander, From Paradise to the Promised Land. (2nd edition, whole book, on reserve)
Estelle, “The Covenant of Works in Moses and Paul,” Pages 89-135 in Covenant, Justification, and Pastoral Ministry (ed. Scott Clark; P & R, 2007). (On reserve)
OPC = Minutes of the Seventy-First General Assembly (June 2-8, 2004). The Report on Creation. 194-270. (or 1601-1740 at http://www.opc.org/GA/CreationReport.pdf)
Atrahasis, Gilgamesh, Enuma Elish (The Epic of Creation) - They are available in various books. A.R. George produced the most recent edition of Gilgamesh. All three are in Stephanie Dalley, Myths from Mesopotamia.
Part of the code of Hammurabi, Hittite and Assyrian Treaties (on reader)
Recommended Books (in general, see below for more on specific topics)
ROT = K. Kitchen, On the Reliability of the Old Testament (see Dr. Estelle's review in Modern Reformation for some criticism).

另外,这是课程进度和阅读作业:
Schedule of Lectures & Reading Assignments
The Teledoth Structures in Genesis and Biblical Theology
Required: KP 1-13; Vos chap 1, PPL 97-142

Genealogies and the Age of the Earth
Recommended: ROT 439-447; Ronald S. Hendel, The Text of Genesis 1-11. p. 61-80. (He is a critical scholar giving a theory of why the numbers differ between the Hebrew Masoretic text, the Greek Septuagint, and the Hebrew Samaritan text, on reserve); Yigal Levin, “Understanding Biblical Genealogies,” in Currents in Research: Biblical Studies Vol. 9 (2001): 11-46 (You can find this in the periodical room); William H. Green, “Primeval Chronology,” Bibliotheca Sacra (1890): 285-303 (on reserve).

Historicity of the Patriarchs and Historicity of Gen. 1-11
Required: Atra-Hasis, Gilgamesh, Enuma Elish; OPC p. 270-284
Recommended: ROT p. 313-372, 421-443 (On reserve); K. Kitchen, The Bible in its World. p. 7-86. (on reserve); I Studied Inscriptions from Before the Flood (eds., Richard S. Hess and David Tsumura; Eisenbrauns – On reserve); Bright, History 1-103 (on reserve).

Pentateuchal Criticism (These readings should help you with one of the midterm questions.)
Required: PPL 1-94
Recommended: ROT 484-497; Richard Elliott Friedman, Who Wrote the Bible? (HarperSanFrancisco, 1987; It is by a critical scholar (my former professor at UCSD) and is a very readable argument for the documentary hypothesis and the Deuteronomistic history); Daniel Block, “Recovering the Voice of Moses: The Genesis of Deuteronomy” JETS 44/3 (Sept. 2001, 385-408); Peter Enns, “William Henry Green and the Authorship of the Pentateuch: Some Historical Considerations” JETS 45/3 (Sept. 2002, 385-403); Wenham, “Pondering the Pentateuch: The Search for a New Paradigm.” Pages 116-144 from The Face of Old Testament Studies: A Survey of Contemporary Approaches (Baker, 1999, On reserve); K. Kitchen, Ancient Orient and the Old Testament p. 112-138. (On reserve); “History of the literary criticism of the Pentateuch” by E.J. Young. Pages 34-40 from The New Bible Commentary: Revised (On reserve); “Moses and the Pentateuch” by J.W. Wenham. Pages 41-43 from The New Bible Commentary: Revised. (on reserve); Oswald T. Allis, The Five Books of Moses (P & R, 1943; It is dated; however, it is still worth reading).

On the Relationship of the Bible (Theology) and Science
Recommended: Felch Reader (on reserve); Davis A. Young and Ralph Stearley The Bible, Rocks and Time: Geological Evidence for the Age of the Earth (a old earth presentation by geologists at Calvin College)

Creation Days - Genesis 1:1-2:3
Required: OPC 193-208 & 257-270 (or 1601-1614 & 1657-1668); KP 14-41
Recommended: OPC 208-257 (or 1615-1656); Godfrey, God’s Pattern for Creation (P & R) (On reserve); The Genesis Debate (ed. David Hagopian: Crux Press, 2001); PCA General Assembly Report on Creation.

Covenant and Canon
Required: Struct 21-44(the whole book); PPL 253-264; Parts of the code of Hammurabi and the Hittite and Assyrian Treaties
Recommended: Struct (the whole book); ROC 283-294

Imago Dei
Required: KP 42-90; IOS (first two chapters).

The Covenant of Works
Required: KP 91-142; Kline, “Covenant Theology Under Attack”; Vos chaps 2-3; Estelle, “The Covenant of Works in Moses and Paul,” in Covenant, Justification, and Pastoral Ministry: Essays by the Faculty of WSC (ed., Scott Clark; P & R, 2007).
Recommended: “John Bolt, “What the Covenant of Works Is a Necessary Doctrine: Revisiting the Objections to a Venerable Reformed Doctrine,” Pages 171-189 in By Faith Alone: Answering the Challenges to the Doctrine of Justification (ed., Gary Johnson and Guy Waters; Crossway, 2006). John Fesko, Last Things First (Mentor, 2007 – on reserve).

Protevangelium and the Covenant of Grace
Required: KP 143-160, Vos chap 4.

Common Grace and the City of Man
Required: KP 161-211; Vos chap 5.
Recommended: Michael Horton, “Defining the Two Kingdoms: One of Luther and Calvin’s Great Recoveries,” Modern Reformation (Sept./Oct., 2000), 21-28; Dave VanDrunen, Living in God's Two Kingdoms: A Biblical Vision for Christianity and Culture; idem, Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms: A Study in the Development of Reformed Social Thought.

Flood Narrative
Required: KP 212-241.

The Kingdom in the World that now is
Required: KP 242-291; Vos chap 6.

The Abrahamic Covenant
Required: KP 292-355; Vos chap 7; PPL 143-156.
Recommended: Scott Clark, “Baptism and the Benefits of Christ: The Double Mode of Communion in the Covenant of Grace” The Confessional Presbyterian Vol. 2 (2006): 3-19; M.G. Kline, By Oath Consigned (Eerdmans, 1968).

The Mosaic Economy
Required: Vos chap 8; PPL 155-264.
Recommended: ROT 241-312; R. Fowler White and E. Calvin Beisner, “Covenant, Inheritance, and Typology: Understanding the Principles at Work in God’s Covenant,” Pages 147-170 in By Faith Alone: Answering the Challenges to the Doctrine of Justification (ed. Gary Johnson and Guy Waters; Crossway, 2006); The Law is Not of Faith (edited by Estelle, Fesko & VanDrunen; P & R, 2009).

Pilgrim Practices and Why Israel?
Required: KP 356-382; PPL 265-280.
Recommended: Estelle, New Horizons article (on reserve).
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