Introduction to the New Testament: Romans to Revelation

Using the English New Testament, this course surveys the New Testament epistles and the apocalypse. Issues of introduction and content receive emphasis as well as a continual focus on the theology of evangelism and on the contemporary relevance of the variety of issues these documents raise for contemporary life.

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Lectures

Letters of Paul
1 Introduction to Paul

Paul was trained as a Pharisee and persecuted Christians because he considered them enemies of God. After his conversion experience, he travelled in Asia Minor and Europe preaching the gospel and planting churches. Many of the letters in the New Testament are ones that he wrote to these churches.

2 Introduction to Paul (Part 2)

Paul was trained as a Pharisee and persecuted Christians because he considered them enemies of God. After his conversion experience, he travelled in Asia Minor and Europe preaching the gospel and planting churches. Many of the letters in the New Testament are ones that he wrote to these churches.

3 Introduction to Paul (Part 3)

Paul was trained as a Pharisee and persecuted Christians because he considered them enemies of God. After his conversion experience, he travelled in Asia Minor and Europe preaching the gospel and planting churches. Many of the letters in the New Testament are ones that he wrote to these churches.

4 Galatians

A key theme in the book of Galatians is how the Law and the Gospel are related.

5 Galatians (Part 2)

A key theme in the book of Galatians is how the Law and the Gospel are related.

6 Galatians (Part 3)

A key theme in the book of Galatians is how the Law and the Gospel are related.

7 Thessalonians

The return of Christ is a central theme in the letters to the Thessalonians.

8 Thessalonians (Part 2)

The return of Christ is a central theme in the letters to the Thessalonians.

9 1 Corinthians

Paul addresses the extremes of asceticism and hedonism, as well as concerns regarding marriage, spiritiual gifts and the resurrection.

10 1 Corinthians (Part 2)

Paul addresses the extremes of asceticism and hedonism, as well as concerns regarding marriage, spiritiual gifts and the resurrection.

11 1 Corinthians (Part 3)

Paul addresses the extremes of asceticism and hedonism, as well as concerns regarding marriage, spiritiual gifts and the resurrection.

12 2 Corinthians

Paul responds to specific situations in the Corinthian church including emphasizing a correct perspective on giving and encouragement to see God's redemptive purpose in our suffering.

13 2 Corinthians (Part 2)

Paul responds to specific situations in the Corinthian church including emphasizing a correct perspective on giving and encouragement to see God's redemptive purpose in our suffering.

14 Romans

Paul wrote Romans as a systematic exposition of the gospel.

15 Romans (Part 2)

Paul wrote Romans as a systematic exposition of the gospel.

16 Colossians and Philemon

In Colossians, Paul emphasizes the deity of Christ. Philemon was written to a gentlema Paul knows to encourage him to welcome back Onesimus, his runaway slave, who became a disciple of Christ and was returning.

17 Colossians and Philemon (Part 2)

In Colossians, Paul emphasizes the deity of Christ. Philemon was written to a gentlema Paul knows to encourage him to welcome back Onesimus, his runaway slave, who became a disciple of Christ and was returning.

18 Ephesians

Paul describes to the followers of Jesus in Ephesus, who they are in Christ, and the ethical implications for how they should live their daily lives.

19 Ephesians (Part 2)

Paul describes to the followers of Jesus in Ephesus, who they are in Christ, and the ethical implications for how they should live their daily lives.

20 Philippians

Paul contrasts the condescention and the exaltation of Christ, and addresses specific situations in the Philippian church.

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Duration

13 hours 25 min