Written in a clear, non-technical style, New Testament Survey is an analytical and historical survey which sets forth the message of the New Testament against a fully integrated picture of the world of the first century.
The Participant's Guide guides daily study and preparation for discussion in the weekly group meeting. The expectation for daily study will be no more than thirty minutes.
Invitation To The New Testament 8 sessions, 60-90 minutes Experience required: In Depth
Explore the writings of the New Testament using the story of Jesus as the starting point. This survey of the testament looks at how the early church took ownership of and was shaped by the story of Jesus and how the church learned how to develop as disciples and create communities of faith.
Participants find a deeper conversation with the writers of the NT and a renewal of our commitment to be shaped---personally an ... more
Introducing the New Testament is an outstanding new guide to the literature and theology of the New Testament.
Wonderfully readable, eminently teachable, and well supplied with maps, sidebars, photographs, and bibliographies, Introducing the New Testament makes an ideal textbook for seminary and college courses, regardless of their theological orientation. Written by three leading New Testament specialists, the book focuses directly on the New Testament's literature, its message, and the issues raisedby a careful reading of its pages.
Unlike other New Testament introductions that are primarily concerned with historical-critical issues or with what other scholars have said, Introducing the New Testament gets directly ... more
With just a glance, you can discover the key words, phrases, verses, and outlines for each book of the New Testament. This complete resource guide provides a brief, yet clear, overview of each book and is the perfect companion to any type of Bible study.
This revised edition of Gundry's survey of the New Testament goes beyond providing background information and technical introductory material and leads students to read the New Testament itself. This fourth edition includes full color.
In the comprehensive "The New Testament: Its Background and Message," the late Thomas Lea presented a clear and concise introduction to the New Testament giving readers the key that unlocks the door to understanding these important texts. This influential work presents the background of the New Testament with broad strokes and with a focus on specific books including the Gospels, Acts, and Paul and his letters. Originally written in an easy-to-understand style and form, Lea's text continues to unlock the message of the New Testament for both new students and seasoned scholars.
"From Pentecost to Patmos "is professor Craig L. Blomberg's follow-up companion to his 1998 ECPA Gold Medallion Award-winning book, "Jesus and the Gospels." In the same style as that first acclaimed and widely used volume, the author goes deep into the biblical writings of Acts through Revelation, helping serious Bible students to better understand the historical, linguistic, and theological significances found in each book.