MA in Pastoral Ministry

 OTST 570 - Readings in the English OT: Daniel








Professor: Paul Gregor
Date: November 2-6, 2014
Location: Walla Walla University, College Place, Washington

Course Description:

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) The student should be able to:

  1. Clearly understand historical and socio-political background in which the book of Daniel came into existence.
  2. Grasp basic meaning of nature and function of an Old Testament prophet and prophecy.
  3. Achieve knowledge of simple and complex prophecies concerning the history of human kind.
  4. See how God interfered in the history of humanity for the benefit of human race.
  5. Interpret the prophecies written in the book of Daniel concerning the last days of the Earth’s history.
  6. Able to apply all this material to his personal life and to use most of it in his ministry.

Class Resources:

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Course Syllabus
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Student Attendee List:

  1. Randy Hill (CEU)
  2. Gary Fogelquist (CEU)
  3. Gemedi Geleto
  4. Jim John
  5. Quenitn Purvis
  6. Dan Ross
  7. John Stanton
  8. Don West
  9. Jason Worf
  10. Joelle Worf