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OT501: Pentateuch

By John Goldingay

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THE INSTRUCTOR John Goldingay, the 2009 recipient of Fuller's "C. David Weyerhaeuser Award for Excellence," is the David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament in the School of Theology. He has been at Fuller since 1997. THE COURSE The course studies the origin and historical value of Genesis to Deuteronomy; the different blocks of "law" and the principles they embody; the books as a narrative with a plot, characters, and themes; and their significance for Christian faith, life, and ministry.

Customer Reviews

Good Lectures/Sometimes Poor Audio

Goldingay is a wonderful lecturer, but some of these recordings are low quality. I love the class, but on some of these I can't hear him talk.

Beautiful and enlightening

Dr. Goldingay is clear, straightforward, and honest. He doesn't gloss over difficulties, but faces them directly from his clear and sincere faith perspective. Thank you John!!


I am sure this course is much better taking it in person. Frankly without a book and listening on line is a total waste. You cannot here the questions from students and the answers aren't much better. However, that's the price for not being in person.