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Verbum Advanced Academic Training

By 2 authors ,
/ Verbum / 2015

Runs on Windows, Mac, and mobile.

$99.99

Overview

Verbum’s Advanced Academic Training builds on the Verbum 360 Training videos by taking a deeper look at academic application of the software. Fr. Devin Roza, LC, is visiting Professor of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, and Fr. Andrew Dalton, LC, is Professor assistant of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. They guide you through the software—showing you where the tools live, how to use them, and examples of how they can be useful in your academic application.

You’ll learn advanced research techniques for studying Scripture in its original languages and historical context, and in the light of the rich Tradition of the Catholic Church. Dig deeper into the original languages, and investigate differences between translations. By the time you finish this video, you’ll feel comfortable finding scholarly answers to academic questions.

Looking for even more Verbum Training? Make sure to start with Verbum 360 Training, and don’t miss our Advanced Homiletic Training or our Advanced Search Training videos.

Key Features

  • Nearly three hours of professional instruction
  • Focused coverage of advanced academic Verbum functionality, tools, and techniques
  • Instruction in Verbum research methodologies from a Catholic perspective
  • Original language instruction that exposes powerful tools for anyone studying Greek or Hebrew

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Studying the Word of God: An in-depth look at critically reading the Bible text. Explore textual variants, the original languages, and powerful search tools for exploring within the Bible.
    • Custom Layouts for Study of the Scripture
      • Reading the New Testament in Greek
      • Reading the Old Testament in Hebrew
      • Reading the Scriptures in the Original Language Simple Layout
    • Textual Criticism
      • Textual Variants Tool Overview
      • Online Manuscripts
    • Word Studies
      • Looking up Words
      • Bible Word Study
    • Factbook
    • Advanced Searches: Morph Search
      • Morph Search
      • Visual Filter
    • Advaced Searching: Clause Searching
    • Propositional Outline Filter
  • Studying Within the People of God: Combine critical Bible scholarship with the rich Tradition of the Church to learn context, background info, and what other Catholics have observed throughout history.
    • Introduction
    • Studying a Scripture Passage
      • Cultural Concepts
      • The Ancient Literature Tool
      • Advanced Searching: Commentaries on a Passage
    • Studying the Spiritual Sense
      • Introduction to the Spiritual Sense
      • Advanced Searching: Studying the Spiritual Sense in Tradition
    • Studying the Summa Theologica
    • In the Classroom and Beyond
      • Using Faithlife Groups
      • Wordlists
      • Text Converter
      • Notes, Favorites, and Bibliography
  • Where to Go from Here

Product Details

  • Title: Verbum Advanced Academic Training
  • Instructors:
    • Fr. Devin Roza, LC, visiting Professor of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum
    • Fr. Andrew Dalton, LC, Professor assistant of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum
  • Video Hours: 3
  • Format: Verbum Advanced Academic Training is downloadable as a Verbum resource. The high-definition videos are optimized for use on your desktop or mobile device.
  • Publisher: Verbum
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • We recommend Verbum Platinum for the best experience.

About the Authors

Father Devin Roza is visiting professor of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome. He has a licentiate degree in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute and a licentiate in philosophy from the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. He is the author of Fulfilled in Christ: The Sacraments. A Guide to Symbols and Types in the Bible and Tradition.

Father Andrew Dalton is professor assistant of New Testament and Hebrew at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. He has a licentiate degree in Biblical Theology from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. He is regularly invited to speak or give workshops on the Shroud of Turin.