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Semaine
1

Semaine 1

3 heures pour terminer

Introduction

3 heures pour terminer
17 vidéos (Total 122 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
17 vidéos
Summary of Course Topics16 min
Tips on How to Use Course Materials4 min
Episode 1: The Problem: Science & Religion Warfare9 min
Episode 2: Common Understanding of "Religion" & "Creation"6 min
Episode 3: Lamoureaux's Position. New Science-Religion Dialogue (Scientific Community)9 min
Episode 4: New Science-Religion Dialogue (Religious Community), Dawkins Criticism of Dialogue7 min
Episode 5: Provisional Science-Religion Relationships & Conclusion5 min
Episode 6: Key Thoughts6 min
Episode 7: Theology: General Categories4 min
Episode 8: Christianity: General Categories6 min
Episode 9: Categories of Divine Revelation7 min
Episode 10: The Two Divine Books & Categories of Divine Action9 min
Episode 11: Philosophy: General Categories6 min
Episode 12: Philosophy: General Categories (Continued) The Metaphysics-Physics Principle5 min
Episode 13: The Metaphysics-Physics Principle (Continued)5 min
Greek Alphabet5 min
1 lecture
Week 1 Survey10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Introduction & Categories I30 min
Semaine
2

Semaine 2

2 heures pour terminer

Categories & Principles II & III

2 heures pour terminer
16 vidéos (Total 97 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
16 vidéos
Episode 15: Philosophy: Epistemological Categories (Continued)6 min
Episode 16: Philosophy: Epistemological Categories (Continued)6 min
Episode 17: Hermeneutical Categories5 min
Episode 18: Eisegesis, Exegesis & Hermeneutical Horizons8 min
Episode 19: Hermeneutical Gaps & Biblical Inerrancy5 min
Episode 20: Categories of Biblical Statements7 min
Episode 21: Categories of Poetic Language & Phenomenological Perspective4 min
Episode 22: Categories of Biblical Concordism & Correspondence6 min
Episode 23: The Message-Incident Principle & Origins Debate: General Categories6 min
Episode 24: Origins Debate: General Categories (Continued)6 min
Episode 25: Origins Debate: Specific Categories5 min
Episode 26: Practical Considerations5 min
Episode 27: Conclusion: Categories & Principles 1-35 min
Episode 28: Conclusion: Categories & Principles 1-3 (Continued)3 min
Hebrew Alphabet8 min
1 lecture
Week 2 Survey10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Categories II & III30 min
Semaine
3

Semaine 3

2 heures pour terminer

What Is Religion?

2 heures pour terminer
20 vidéos (Total 100 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
20 vidéos
Episode 30: Statistics on Religious Belief (Continued)4 min
Episode 31: Religious Studies Definition of Religion5 min
Episode 32: Religious Studies Definition of Religion (Continued)4 min
Episode 33: Conclusion: Religious Studies Definition of Religion4 min
Episode 34: Psychological Definition of Religion I4 min
Episode 35: Psychological Definition of Religion II5 min
Episode 36: Conclusion: Psychological Definitions of Religion I & II5 min
Episode 37: Philosophical Definition of Religion I3 min
Episode 38: Excursus: Criticisms of Philosophical Approaches to Religion4 min
Episode 39: Philosophical Definition of Religion II4 min
Episode 40: Types of Religions4 min
Episode 41: Excursus: Doctrine of Creation5 min
Episode 42: Conclusion: What is Religion?4 min
Episode 43: Conclusion: What is Religion? (Continued)4 min
Episode 44: Toward a Working Definition of Religion (Lamoureux)6 min
Hermeneutics 1: Literalism5 min
Hermeneutics 2: Literary Genre3 min
Hermeneutics 3: Accommodation8 min
Hermeneutics 4: Textual Criticism4 min
1 lecture
Week 3 Survey10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Religion30 min
Semaine
4

Semaine 4

3 heures pour terminer

What Is Science?

3 heures pour terminer
25 vidéos (Total 123 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
25 vidéos
Episode 46: Conceptions of Science: Ancient Space4 min
Episode 47: Prehistoric Science & Oral Tradition4 min
Episode 48: The Account of Origins in Oral Traditions: Is It Science?4 min
Episode 49: The Account of Origins in Oral Traditions: Is It Science? (Continued)4 min
Episode 50: The Account of Origins in Oral Traditions: Is It Science? (Conclusion)4 min
Episode 51: Oral Tradition & Genesis 1-114 min
Episode 52: Oral Tradition & Genesis I-II (Continued)5 min
Episode 53: Oral Tradition & Message-Incident Principle4 min
Episode 54: Egyptian & Mesopotamian Science5 min
Episode 55: Egyptian & Mesopotamian Science (Continued)8 min
Episode 56: Greek Science5 min
Episode 57: Conclusion: Ancient Science. Modern Science4 min
Episode 58: The Peak of Scientism5 min
Episode 59: The Peak of Scientism (Continued)4 min
Episode 60: The Peak of Scientism (Conclusion). Post-Modernity & Anti-Realism4 min
Episode 61: Early 20th Century Scientific Discoveries. Categories of Anti-Realism4 min
Episode 62: Critical Realism: Between Scientism & Anti-Realism4 min
Episode 63: Theory Laden Character of Science: Social & Personal Factors5 min
Episode 64: Excursus: Critical Realism - A New Philosophy of Science5 min
Episode 65: Conclusion: John Polkinghorne & Critical Realism5 min
Episode 66: Conclusion: What is Science? Toward a Working Definition of Science (Lamoureux)6 min
Hermeneutics 5: Dynamic Equivalent Translation4 min
Hermeneutics 6: Sufficiency & Proficiency2 min
Hermeneutics 7: Implicit Scientific Concepts6 min
1 lecture
Week 4 Survey10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Science30 min

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