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Doctor of Biblical Egyptology
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Doctor of Biblical Egyptology
Course Credits: 4
Conferral: Doctor Certificate

Lesson Type: Email
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Course Outline:

The Doctor of Biblical Egyptology course is appropriate for anyone with an academic interest in one of the most fascinating subjects in archeology, books and motion pictures – Ancient Egypt and the Exodus epic. The course reviews the various "if, when, and who" facts and theories about Exodus and Moses, focused on Pentateuch era of Biblical Egyptology.

The instructor translates hieroglyphs so the student can read critical artifact inscriptions and make intelligent self-determinations.

Debates about statues, steles and artifacts are discussed, including which Pharaoh was most likely associated with the Egyptian “Israelites” immigration, their enslavement and ultimate departure.

You will also be introduced to ancient authors like Artapanus, Manetho, and Josephus and their quotations such as: “…he was from Heliopolis and when he led his people he changed his name to Moses…

The course also examines the historic accuracy of Exodus-related TV episodes and books.

Lessons include the following and more:

  • Introduction to Egyptology
  • Terms and Concepts
  • Egyptian Hieroglyphs and Old Testament Confirmations
  • Confirmed Old Testament Biblical References
  • Language Theories, Translations
  • Hieroglyphic Alphabet
  • Old Testament Canon Process, Date of the Exodus
  • Statues, Stela, and Papyri describing Exodus, Moses
  • Pharaohs of Moses
  • Eusebius and Jesephus
  • Archaeological Disaster
  • Moses in Ancient Egyptian Literature Staying Current
  • Translation of the Merneptah Stele Hieroglyphics
  • What We Know
  • Historical Proofs
  • Eusebius and his Legacy

Instructions are included in the course for where to submit any assignments, quiz and essay questions. A Course Final you submit will be reviewed by Faculty, and your completion certificate/diploma will be issued by the ULC Seminary Board of Directors.

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5 of 5 Fascinating course October 18, 2023
Reviewer: Jonathan Wolman from New Albany, OH United States  
I found this to be a fascinating course which dealt with an interesting intersection between fact, myth, religion and history.  At times it was a little hard to follow the time line, but I think that was part of what made it intriguing.  It is hard to know the exact who & when of so long ago, it was an intriguing process to figure it out...or at least try to.  I learned so much I did not know, and would probably never have otherwise.

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