This biannual learning unit is being organized in 2020-2021
During the next sessions students will learn to know clusters of texts in the Old and the New Testament that are intertextually connected with each other. These related passages allow the students to discover the most important aspects of the topic of the course: food as a physiological necessity, religious restrictions about food, sociological consequences of these restrictions, the "sacred meal", ..
Each session consists of the study of a NT pericope in its context (historical, socio-cultural) and its intertextual relationship with OT passages and other Jewish tradition. Not only the specific interpretation in the NT is studied, but alo the changes in cultural and religious contexts.
The last meeting will allow us to make a summary and to clarify the theological perspective.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.This cours consists of thirteen sessions of two hours. It is recorded on videa and made available for distant learning. It contains
- some moments of ex cathedra teaching;
- preparatory work before and during the meetings ;
- oral presentations and discussions.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.There will be a permanent evaluation :
- Preparatory work to submit on Moodle and also during the meeting [30% of the final result]
- Oral presentationl [70% of the final result]