Courses at UM

Courses on the Bible and Judea-Christianity

ACABS 307 – The Synoptic Gospels: Matthew, Mark and Luke

ACABS 722- Ancient Israel/Hebrew Bible Seminar: Topics in History and Historiography

ENGLISH 258 – The Bible as Literature

HISTORY 230 – The Bible in History

HISTORY 232 – Christians of the Middle East: The Armenian Experience

HISTORY 328 – Death in Early Christianity

HISTORY 408 – The Byzantine Empire, 284-1453

HISTORY 487 – Conversions and Christianities in the Early Modern World and Beyond

NEAREAST 236 – Introduction to the New Testament

NEAREAST 237 – Introduction to Christianity

NEAREAST 238 – The Historical Jesus in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam

NESLANG 308 – The Acts of the Apostles

NEAREAST 336 – Early Christianity, 50-650 CE

NEAREAST 339 – Israel Before the Exile (587 BCE): Its History and Religion

NEAREAST 590 – How Jesus Became God: The Gospel of John and the Divinity of the Christ

General Courses relating to the Judea-Christian Milieu

AMCULT 270 – Religion in America

ASIAN 248 – Jesus Comes to Asia: Conversion and its Consequences in Asia

CLARCH 222 – Introduction to Roman Archaeology

CLARCH 327 – Jews in the Roman Mediterranean: Archaeology, Religion, and Culture

CLCIV 253 – The Mediterranean: Classical Studies

CLCIV 303 – Roman Women

CLCIV 380 – Ancient Jewish History to 638 CE: From Israelite Origins to Islamic Conquest

HISTART 101 – Great Monuments from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages

HISTART 205 – Sacred Places

HISTART 393 – City of Jerusalem in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Culture: Paintings, Architecture, Sculpture, Photography, and Maps

HISTORY 270 – Religion in America

HISTORY 381 – Ancient Jewish History to 638 CE: From Israelite Origins to Islamic Conquest

HISTORY 407 – Advanced Study in Comparative and Transnational History

JUD 205 – What is Judaism?

JUD 318 – History and Religion of Ancient Judaism: The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Essenes

JUDAIC 417 – The Jewish-Christian Debate in Medieval Iberia and Beyond

MEMS 310 – Pagans, Christians, Barbarians in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages

PHIL 262 – Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion

NEAREAST 200 – World Religions: Near East

NEAREAST 207 – The Land of Israel/Palestine Through the Ages

NEAREAST 235 – Introduction to the Tanakh/Old Testament

NEAREAST 239 – Mythology of the Ancient Near East

NEAREAST 242 – Introduction to Rabbinic Literature

NEAREAST 295 – The Dead Sea Scrolls for the 21st Century

NEAREAST 335 – History and Religion of Ancient Judaism

NEAREAST 355 – Jews in the Roman Mediterranean: Archaeology, Religion, and Culture

Language Courses Related to Judea-Christianity

CLARCH 606 – Latin Inscriptions

GREEK 101/102 – Elementary Greek

GREEK 103 – Intensive Elementary Greek

GREEK 638 – Paleography of Papyri

LATIN 507 – Late Latin

HEBREW 101/201 – Elementary Hebrew I/II

HEBREW 201/202– Intermediate Hebrew I/II

NESLANG 400 – Coptic

NESLANG 410 – The Mishnah: Classical Hebrew in a Rabbinic Text

NESLANG 425 – Aramaic

NESLANG 435 – Introduction to Sumerian

NESLANG 470 – Advanced Koine

NESLANG 420/513 – Readings in Akkadian I/II

NESLANG 440/441 – Coptic I/II

NESLANG 537 – Readings in Sumerian

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