Interpreting the Old Testament – Online

September 21, 2020 - December 11, 2020
15 University Ave.
WolfvilleNSB4P 2R6

Designation: BIBL 5023

The Old Testament contains most of the Christian Bible. This course will introduce the student to the different sections and genres of literature in the Old Testament, to interpretative methods appropriate to them, and to theological principles. The course will also survey aspects of the historical and cultural context of the Old Testament. This course assumes knowledge of the contents of the Old Testament, and is the foundation for advanced studies.

Recommended Prior Study

  • Students wishing to enroll in BIBL 5023 must first pass the Bible Knowledge Exam or enroll in BIBL 5013 (which may be taken concurrently with BIBL 5023).


Dr. Glenn Wooden

Payzant Associate Professor of Old Testament Studies: 1-902-585-2227: [email protected]

Available Online

Take this course in an online format. Weekly assignments and readings are enhanced with online forum discussions.

Course Information
Current Schedule – Weekly – Fall Term 2020 Designation Instructor
ADC GO Group 1: Wed. 10:30 am (1 hour) OR Wed. 5pm (1 hour)

Wed. 10:30am or 5pm

BIBL 5023 X1 Dr. Glenn Wooden