The Pentateuch: Setting the Stage for God’s Story

An Online Course beginning March 23 (ending May 25)
Tuesdays at 7:00 PM

The Pentateuch – launching God’s story.

This course surveys the Old Testament books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, considering their background and seeking to grasp their main contents. We will trace key themes that hold the Pentateuch together as a whole, and how these connect with the rest of the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Pentateuch sets the stage for God’s story in scripture, and launches that story. Our aim is to appreciate the crucial contribution of these books for the whole of scripture, and treasure their value for life and ministry today.

Taught by Dr. Michael Woodcock
Michael Woodcock has lived in Southern California most of his life. He is a graduate of Azusa Pacific University (B.A., Biblical Literature), and Fuller Theological Seminary (M.Div.; Ph.D. in Theology, with concentration in Old Testament). An ordained American Baptist minister, he has served the congregation of First Baptist Church of North Hollywood as Pastor since 1992. Michael contributed articles on hope, intercession, repentance of God, vision, theology of work/labor, and several other topics to the Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary. He has taught courses at several institutions, at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and has been on the faculty of New Theological Seminary of the West since 2017. Michael has been joyfully married to Kathy for thirty-four years, and the Woodcocks have one adult daughter.

This core course is offered for Credit ($660) or Audit ($150)

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