New Testament (NT)

NT 2601 New Testament Survey 1 (3 credit hours)

A study of the interbiblical period, the first-century environment, includes a survey of the four Gospels, and the Book of Acts. Includes the unique features, contributions, and content of each Gospel as well as an assessment of critical methodologies in Gospel studies. The survey of Acts includes both matters of introduction and content.

NT 2602 New Testament Survey 2 (3 credit hours)

A study of the epistles of the New Testament and the Apocalypse of John. Includes both matters of introduction and content.

NT 2653 Life of Christ (3 credit hours)

Life of Christ is a chronological and thematic study of the life, time, and teachings of Christ. This course will introduce the Old Testament prophecies concerning Christ that are fulfilled in the Canonical Gospels. This course will offer a presentation of the life of Christ that is in harmony with the four Gospels and present such interpretations for ministry and application for life.

New Testament Intensives

NT 2700-2799 New Testament Intensives
A series of intensive studies in individual books of the New Testament. Although consideration is given to critical problems which relate to the book being studied, the primary emphasis is on interpreting the text. The selection of individual books varies from year to year.

Graduate level Course Descriptions