Description: This course will explore Ecclesiastes chapter by chapter and trace the major themes of the book. In the process, we will learn important insights for how to live life well, how to respond to difficulties such as pain, aging or death, and how to find meaning in a world that simultaneously feels achingly beautiful and hauntingly pointless. The answer for all this is clear—“fear God and keep His commandments” (Eccl. 12:13-14).
Dates: May 16 – 21, 2022
The class syllabus is here.
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We will not extensively use this book during the class itself. The text will be a helpful reference and is strongly recommended for all credit students. If you are taking the class for personal enrichment, consider waiting with the option of buying this book after the class is finished.
All students will receive an extensive, printed copy of the course study guides and guide to reading Ecclesiastes.
Ecclesiastes (Baker Commentary) by Craig G. Bartholomew
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