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COURSE DESCRIPTION

General information

Course teacher


Dr. sc. Danijel Berković

Associate teacher
Course name

Introduction to the Bible / Knowing the Bible

Study program

Undergraduate professional study / Certificate in Advance Bible Knowledge



Number of hours (L+E+S+e-learning)

2+0+0+0

Course status

Compulsory

Year

First

Points value

2 points (56h)

Application level of e-studies level (1, 2, 3 level); percentage of online lectures

Level 1

  1. SYLLABUS





    1. Course objectives

This course introduces students with overview of the nature of the Bible, its formation, role in the Church, and differentiation of the notions: “Bible” and “Scripture”. Student will be introduced in to the influences of the Bible, as well as experience the authority of the Bible as Scripture (Word of God). Finally, student will also gain basic knowledge how to read the Bible.

    1. Requirements for taking the course

General conditions: enrolment in the first year of the undergraduate program / certificate in Advance Bible Knowledge.

    1. Expected learning outcomes

After the successful completion of all necessary assignments and exams, the student will be able to:

  1. identify the process of the formation of the Bible

  2. differentiate between “Bible” and “Scripture”

  3. state the relationship between the Church and the Bible, as well as the role of the Bible in the life of the Church.

  4. discuss influence of the Bible and its experience in personal life

    1. Course content

1-2

God of the Bible; Three faiths and three Books.

3-4

God of the Christian Bible.



5-6

The Bible and the Holy Scripture; Dual nature of the Bible.

7-8

Bible as… Holy Scripture.



9-10

Bible: Influence and Experience.

11-12

Formation of the Bible.



13-14

Colloquium; Bible Canon.

15-16


Translations of the Bible.

17-18


Reformation and the Bible.

19-20


Bible and the Church.

21-22


Church and Fellowship.

23-24


Church and the Bible.

25-26


Power and authority.

27-28


Bible and authority.

29-30


How to read the Bible.y

    1. Forms of instruction

Lectures

Seminars and workshop

Exercises

Online in entirety

On field instruction

Partial e-learning

Independent assignments

Multimedia and IT

Practicum

Mentoring

Other: group work

    1. Comments

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    1. Student responsibilities

  1. Preparation for lectures and regular attendance at lectures.

  2. Reflective essay (2-3 pp) in which student will discuss the influence of the Bible on his/her personal life. Concrete examples must be also included in the essay.

  3. Passing colloquium and the final examination.

    1. Monitoring of student work (points)

Listening to lectures

1,1


Activities in

instruction


Seminar paper
Reading and reporting
Written exam

0,35


Oral exam
Essay

0,2


Research
Colloquium

0,35


Continuous

knowledge testing


Paper presentation
Practical work
Portfolio


    1. Grading and evaluation of student work during instruction and at finals

Students are being graded based on their active participation in the class, reflective essay colloquium and the final exam. The final exam is in a written form. Active participation makes 10%, reflective essay 20%, colloquium 30%, and the final exam 40% of the final grade.

    1. Required literature, number of copies in the library, availability via other media and number of students

Title

Number of copies in the library

Availability via other media

Number of students

Berković Danijel. 2016. Skripta: Uvod u Bibliju


Internet
Berković Danijel. 2007. Crkva i Biblija u kontekstu korelativnih odnosa vlasti i autoriteta. Kairos Vol. 1 No. 1: 91-114.
Internet
Berković Danijel. 2010. Od literalizma do interpretatizma, ili kako ispravnije biblijski misliti. Kairos Vol.4 No.2: 269-289.
Internet
Beck Boris & Berković Danijel. 2014. Strategija hrvatskih biblijskih prijevoda: izbor između inovacije i tradicije. Zagreb. XVI Slavisitički kongres.
Internet
Armstrong, Karen. 2007. The Bible: the Biography. London: Atlantic Books.

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    1. Optional literature

Brown, Raymond. 1999. Biblija: 101 pitanje i odgovor. Zagreb: MIOB.

Slavić, Dean. 2016. Biblija kao književnost. Zagreb: Školska knjiga.



    1. Modes of quality control which enhance exit knowledge, skills and competences

Questionnaire for assessing teachers made by Department for Quality Management of the University of Zagreb.

The questionnaire for teacher’s self-evaluation.

ALIGNMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES

INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE

1. Outcome

2. Area of outcome

3. Methods of achieving the outcome

4. Methods of assessment

(1) Identify the process of the formation of the Bible.

Knowledge



  • Lectures



  • Colloquium

5. Grading criteria:

With a minimum of ____ % of correctness, the student identifies the process of the formation of the Bible.

90% ≥ 5 (A)

80% ≥ 4 (B)

70% ≥ 3 (C)

60% ≥ 2 (D)

50% ≥ 2 (E)

40% ≥ 1 (FX)

39,9% ≤ 1 (F)


(2) Differentiate between “Bible” and “Scripture”.

Knowledge



  • Lectures,

  • Colloquium

5. Grading criteria:

With a minimum of ____ % of correctness, the student can differentiate between the terms “Bible” and “Scripture”.

90% ≥ 5 (A)

80% ≥ 4 (B)

70% ≥ 3 (C)

60% ≥ 2 (D)

50% ≥ 2 (E)

40% ≥ 1 (FX)

39,9% ≤ 1 (F)


(3) State the relationship between the Church and the Bible.

Knowledge



  • Lectures

  • Final exam

5. Grading criteria:

With a minimum of ____ % of correctness, the student can state relationship between the Church and the Bible.

90% ≥ 5 (A)

80% ≥ 4 (B)

70% ≥ 3 (C)

60% ≥ 2 (D)

50% ≥ 2 (E)

40% ≥ 1 (FX)

39,9% ≤ 1 (F)


(4) Discuss influence of the Bible and its experience in personal life.

Personal development



  • Lectures




  • Reflective essay

5. Grading criteria:




Excellent

90-100%


Advanced

80-89,9%


Good

70-79,9%


Sufficient

60 - 69,9%



Minimal

50 - 59,9%



Unacceptable

40 - 49,9%



Completely unacceptable

≤ 39,9%


Depth of reflection






















Examples






















Total %:




90% ≥ 5 (A); 80% ≥ 4 (B); 70% ≥ 3 (C); 60% ≥ 2 (D); 50% ≥ 2 (E); 40% ≥ 1 (FX); 39,9% ≤ 1 (F)

80% ≥ 4 (B)

70% ≥ 3 (C)

60% ≥ 2 (D)

50% ≥ 2 (E)

40% ≥ 1 (FX)

39,9% ≤ 1 (F)



(4) Discuss influence of the Bible and its experience in personal life.

Personal development

  • Lectures




  • Reflective essay

5. Grading criteria:




Excellent

90-100%


Advanced

80-89,9%


Good

70-79,9%


Sufficient

60 - 69,9%



Minimal

50 - 59,9%



Unacceptable

40 - 49,9%



Completely unacceptable

≤ 39,9%


Depth of reflection






















Examples





























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