Information for the Online Bible Literacy Course
Thank you for registering for a Bible Literacy course. To get ready for your course, youll need to:
- Review the University-recommended computer configuration
- Review the Concordia services available to you as an online student
- Mark your calendars! You will have access to the online course the Sunday of the week your course begins. Of course, you will want to get started right away.
EDU 596w or EDU 896w (Bible Literature for English and Humanities Teachers)
Order your books (the Concordia Bookstore can help)! Required texts include:
- Alter, Robert. The Art of Biblical Narrative. New York: Basic Books, 1985
- The Bible and Its Influence. Bible Literacy Project, ed. New York, NY: Bible Literacy Project, 2005
- The Bible and public schools: A first amendment guide. New York, NY: Bible Literacy Project and the First Amendment Center, 1999
- Ryken, Leland. How to read the Bible as literature. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984
- A King James and a contemporary translation of the entire Bible
CEU 022w (A four week seminar course)
Order your books (the Concordia Bookstore can help)! Required texts include
- Duning, Natilee (Ed.), The Bible and Public Schools: A First Amendment Guide. New York: Bible Literacy Project, 1999.
- Schippe, Cullen and Stetson, Chuck (Eds.), The Bible and Its Influence. New York, NY: Bible Literacy Project, 2005.
- The Book of Genesis. Recommended: both a King James Version and a contemporary version of the participants choice.
- Ryken, Leland, How to Read the Bible as Literature. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984.
Don’t hesitate to contact Concordia’s Graduate Program Director, Dr. Jan Albrecht, with your questions.