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Introduction to the Pentateuch

Mark Winder

Dr. Mark A. Winder is pastor of Wolf River Presbyterian Church in Collierville, Tennessee and host of Reformed Forum’s Proclaiming Christ podcast. He is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson, MS), and holds a Doctor of Ministry from Union University in Jackson, TN, his dissertation focusing on the hermeneutical and homiletical method of Geerhardus Vos applied to modern pulpit ministry.
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Taught by Dr. Mark Winder, this course provides a non-technical introduction to the first five books of the Old Testament, known as the Pentateuch or Torah. Combining elements of biblical survey, biblical introduction, and biblical theology, each lesson has a threefold purpose: (1) to help students grasp the historical context, authorship, date, and purpose of each book; (2) to trace each book’s significant theological themes and their development; and (3) to examine how Christ is the center of each book by exploring Christological themes within the unified story of Scripture. In sum, this introduction will enable students to know more about Moses, his books, and most importantly, how the prophet and his writings point to the person and work of Jesus Christ.

Total course duration: 6 hours, 3 minutes.


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