Full course description
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10-15 Minutes / Lecture
Diploma Course Certificate
Dr. Ray Lubeck
Bible & Theology Professor, Multnomah University
My name (and officially preferred title) is Ray. I was born a Texan to Canadian parents and German grandparents. I grew up in deserts, but now I live in green, green Portland. I drive either my MINI Cooper or Ram 4×4, and like smoked oyster pizza, playing guitar and bass, hanging with our adult kids and young grandkids, and watching “wildlife” like Seahawks and Ducks. I’ve taught at Multnomah for over a century and a half (in dog years). I’ve had my ‘stache for 7.2 years (in Celsius). And I’ve been happily married for over three and a half decades (normal years) to my wife, Tamara (actually, far better than normal). After graduating from Multnomah, I attended five different graduate schools in four different countries on three different continents. I am now a professor and so I still go to school every day. And I’m thankful for that every morning!
Learning to read the Bible well can be both a challenge and immensely rewarding. In this course, you will be introduced to a basic four-step method of Bible study that can open up new ways of understanding and lead to life change.
List of Lectures
Setting & Characters (Part One)
Setting & Characters (Part Two)
Hermeneutics – Meaning & Significance
Hermeneutics - Whose Meaning
Hermeneutics – Assessing Interpretation