Biblical Story

Read Goldingay: “Biblical Story and the Way It Shapes Our Story”

Goldingay, Sections 1.01 to 1.13, 1.18, 2.01 to 2.03, 2.12 to 2.15

Kelle: Preface, Chapters 1-2 & the first half of chapter 4

Frymer-Kensky: “The Disposable Wife,” “Daddy’s Daughters,” “The Dinah Affair,” “Royal Origins: Tamar,” and the section on Potiphar’s Wife

Then answer the questions

  • Share three (3) things that Goldingay says in his essay “Biblical Story and the Way it Shapes Our Story” that you find helpful or interesting. After identifying each statement, briefly share what you find to be helpful or interesting about his point. For citations, simply include the page number of the essay in parenthesis (p. 1).
  • Share one thing from Mann’s “Time-Traveler’s Tips” that you find helpful or interesting, and then one thing that is surprising or confusing. No APA citations necessary.
  • Share three (3) ideas that you find helpful or interesting from this week’s required reading in Kelle’s book. (Remember to use APA citations.)
  • Share three (5) things that Frymer-Kensky says in this week’s required reading that you find helpful and/or interesting. Your selections should demonstrate that you have read multiple chapters in her book. (Remember to use APA citations.)