OT303 Theology of Genesis

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David W. Baker brings his interest in pedagogy and the Pentateuch to this Mobile Ed course on the theology of Genesis. In OT303 you will be introduced to the meaning and work of biblical theology, how it differs from systematic theology, and how to approach Scripture in a way that affects the reader for God’s glory. In addition, you will participate in a broad study on key theological themes found in the first book of the Bible, including an in-depth look at the picture Genesis paints of God; what it means for humanity to be created in God’s image; the impact of the fall and sin on both humanity and the rest of creation; and God’s plan of restoration and redemption—all informed directly by Scripture. This practical approach to biblical theology will show you how the book of Genesis shapes discipleship today.

Introduction to Biblical Theology

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

3m
The Bible and Theology: What and Why?

The Bible and Theology: What and Why?

7m

God, Man, and Creation

Methodology: How to Do Theology

Methodology: How to Do Theology

3m
The Beginning of Time

The Beginning of Time

7m
Theology of God in Genesis 1

Theology of God in Genesis 1

7m
Navigating Lexicons to Explore the Meaning of ‘Elohim

Navigating Lexicons to Explore the Meaning of ‘Elohim

5m
The Spirit of God

The Spirit of God

5m
Discovering the Meanings of Ruach in Genesis

Discovering the Meanings of Ruach in Genesis

5m
Theology through Literary Structure

Theology through Literary Structure

4m
Theology of Relationships

Theology of Relationships

6m
The Image of God

The Image of God

4m
Yahweh God’s Relationship with Humanity

Yahweh God’s Relationship with Humanity

5m
The Garden of Eden

The Garden of Eden

7m
Using Proximity Searching to Research Symbolism from the Garden of Eden

Using Proximity Searching to Research Symbolism from the Garden of Eden

4m
Human Sexuality

Human Sexuality

7m
Marriage

Marriage

8m

Sin and Its Consequences

God and Humanity

God and Humanity

5m
Sin and Covenant: A Canonical Perspective

Sin and Covenant: A Canonical Perspective

8m
Guilt and Shame

Guilt and Shame

8m
Evil

Evil

7m
The Serpent and Satan

The Serpent and Satan

6m
Consequences of Sin

Consequences of Sin

8m
Cain and Abel

Cain and Abel

7m
Broken Relationships due to the Fall

Broken Relationships due to the Fall

6m

Genealogies, the Flood, and God’s Promises

Cain and Seth

Cain and Seth

8m
Genealogies: Theological and Literary Functions

Genealogies: Theological and Literary Functions

6m
Analyzing Genealogies in the Book of Genesis

Analyzing Genealogies in the Book of Genesis

5m
The Approaching Flood

The Approaching Flood

8m
Theological Outcome of the Flood

Theological Outcome of the Flood

6m
Worship, Covenant, and Circumcision

Worship, Covenant, and Circumcision

7m
Matriarchs: Sarah, Hagar, and Rebekah

Matriarchs: Sarah, Hagar, and Rebekah

8m
Matriarchs: Leah and Rachel

Matriarchs: Leah and Rachel

6m
The Binding of Isaac

The Binding of Isaac

7m

Conclusion

The Story of Joseph

The Story of Joseph

6m
Theological Overview of Genesis

Theological Overview of Genesis

9m
Comparing Theologies of Genesis 1:26

Comparing Theologies of Genesis 1:26

4m
Closing Remarks

Closing Remarks

4m