Introduction to the New Testament: Romans to Revelation

Introduction to the New Testament: Romans to Revelation

An introduction to the epistles and Revelation.

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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.

 

Lectures

Lecture 21

Paul writes to encourage and instruct Timothy and Titus, both of whom are young pastors.

Lecture 22

Paul writes to encourage and instruct Timothy and Titus, both of whom are young pastors.

Lecture 23

Both 1 Timothy and 1 Corinthians contain key passages addressing the roles of men and women in the local church.

Lecture 24

Both 1 Timothy and 1 Corinthians contain key passages addressing the roles of men and women in the local church.

Lecture 25

The book of James emphasizes that people demonstrate that they have true faith in Christ by their good works.

Lecture 26

The book of James emphasizes that people demonstrate that they have true faith in Christ by their good works.

Lecture 27

Hebrews is written to Hebrew Christians to demonstrate how Christ fulfilled the Mosaic covenant.

Lecture 28

Hebrews is written to Hebrew Christians to demonstrate how Christ fulfilled the Mosaic covenant.

Lecture 29

1 Peter encourages followers of Christ to persevere even though they face persecution.

Lecture 30

1 Peter encourages followers of Christ to persevere even though they face persecution.

Lecture 31

Jude and 2 Peter both emphasize refuting false teachers.

Lecture 32

Major themes in John's epistles are sin, the love of God, the humanity and deity of Jesus, and the importance of obedience.

Lecture 33

Major themes in John's epistles are sin, the love of God, the humanity and deity of Jesus, and the importance of obedience.

Lecture 34

Revelation focuses on God's plan for cosmic history and the importance of perseverance during difficult circumstances.

Lecture 35

Revelation focuses on God's plan for cosmic history and the importance of perseverance during difficult circumstances.

Lecture 36

Revelation focuses on God's plan for cosmic history and the importance of perseverance during difficult circumstances.

Lecture 37

Revelation focuses on God's plan for cosmic history and the importance of perseverance during difficult circumstances.

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