NOTE: This paper will be submitted through TURNITIN for grading
History of Interpretation Paper
-The chosen verse for this paper is Romans 9: 20-21.
-The final version of this paper should be 1500-2100 words (approximately 5-7 pages)
-This paper must be APA format!
-Use the following textbooks as reference:
Augustine. Answer to The Pelagians IV. Trans. R. Teske. Hyde Park: New City Press, 1999. Print. ISBN-13: 978-1-565-48136-7
Prosper. The Call of All Nations. Trans. P. De Letter. Westminster: Newman Press, 1952. Print. ISBN-13:978-0-8091-0253-2
Von Balthasar, Hans Urs. Dare We Hope “That All Men Be Saved”? with A Short Discourse on Hell. San
Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1988. Print. ISBN-13: 0-89870-207-0
Augustine. Answer to The Pelagians >CUSTOM PKG.<. Denver: Pearson Custom, 2014. Print. ISBN-13:978-1-269-37344-9
Humphries, Thomas, ed. Many are called, but who is chosen? Winona, MN: Professor’s Choice
Publishing, 2014. Print. (this book has been the asset to the course, please reference it the most)
Senior, Donald, John J. Collins, and Mary Ann Getty, eds. The Catholic Study Bible: The New American
Bible. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2011. Print
Students will select a single verse from the list of Scripture verses assigned as reading for the first module. This paper should trace the history of the interpretation of this verse, noting at least three significant interpretations from assigned course readings and one significant interpretation from readings not assigned for this course. Sources used regularly in this course, like the Anchor Bible Commentary and Sacra Pagina, will provide students with ample resources to find theologians not listed on the syllabus. Students must state their choice of a verse during Module A list of significant theologians and relevant passages within their literary corpus is due in Module 6 of the course. The essay is due at the end of Module 7.