Old Testament

The Old Testament was our 2017–2018 course of study.

  1. Introduction and the Divine Council
  2. The origin and translation of the Old Testament
  3. The Creation and Adam and Eve in the garden (Genesis 1–2; Moses 2–3; Abraham 4–5)
  4. The Fall, Adam and Eve in the world, Cain and Abel (Genesis 3–4; Moses 4:1–6:9)
  5. Enoch (Moses 6:25–7:69)
  6. Noah (Moses 8; Genesis 6–11)
  7. The Book of Abraham (Book of Abraham Facsimiles 1–3)
  8. Abraham (Abraham 1–2; Genesis 12–23)
  9. Isaac and Jacob (Genesis 24–36)
  10. Joseph and the sons of Jacob (Genesis 37–50)
  11. Moses: origins, calling, and exodus (Exodus 1–15)
  12. The Law and the Tabernacle (Exodus 16–40; Leviticus; Numbers; Deuteronomy)
  13. The conquest of Canaan (Joshua, Judges, and Ruth)
  14. Samuel, Saul, and David (1–2 Samuel)
  15. Solomon, the divided kingdom, Elijah, and Elisha (1–2 Kings)
  16. Wisdom & poetry literature (Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon)
  17. The early prophets (Jonah, Amos, Micah, and Hosea)
  18. Isaiah, part 1 (Isaiah 1–6)
  19. Isaiah, part 2 (Isaiah 7–12)
  20. Isaiah, part 3 (Isaiah 13–39)
  21. Isaiah, part 4 (Isaiah 40–55)
  22. Isaiah, part 5 (Isaiah 56–66)
  23. Prophets of the impending Exile (Joel, Nahum, Zephaniah, Habakkuk, and Obadiah)
  24. Jeremiah and Lamentations
  25. Ezekiel
  26. Daniel
  27. After the Exile (Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther)
  28. Prophets after the Exile (Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi)
  29. Judah between the Old and New Testaments