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New Testament Survey Session 6

This course will provide an overview of the main ideas within each of the New Testament books. It will examine issues of canon, authorship, date, integrity, purpose, and provenance for each book. This content will be examined with attention to the church as well as the academy. At the end of this class, students will know the key introductory issues for New Testament books, historical background information, and main ideas found in each New Testament book. It will provide the basis for further New Testament study.

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New Testament Survey Session 7

This course will provide an overview of the main ideas within each of the New Testament books. It will examine issues of canon, authorship, date, integrity, purpose, and provenance for each book. This content will be examined with attention to the church as well as the academy. At the end of this class, students will know the key introductory issues for New Testament books, historical background information, and main ideas found in each New Testament book. It will provide the basis for further New Testament study.

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New Testament Survey Session 5

This course will provide an overview of the main ideas within each of the New Testament books. It will examine issues of canon, authorship, date, integrity, purpose, and provenance for each book. This content will be examined with attention to the church as well as the academy. At the end of this class, students will know the key introductory issues for New Testament books, historical background information, and main ideas found in each New Testament book. It will provide the basis for further New Testament study.

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New Testament Survey Session 4

This course will provide an overview of the main ideas within each of the New Testament books. It will examine issues of canon, authorship, date, integrity, purpose, and provenance for each book. This content will be examined with attention to the church as well as the academy. At the end of this class, students will know the key introductory issues for New Testament books, historical background information, and main ideas found in each New Testament book. It will provide the basis for further New Testament study.

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New Testament Survey Session 3

This course will provide an overview of the main ideas within each of the New Testament books. It will examine issues of canon, authorship, date, integrity, purpose, and provenance for each book. This content will be examined with attention to the church as well as the academy. At the end of this class, students will know the key introductory issues for New Testament books, historical background information, and main ideas found in each New Testament book. It will provide the basis for further New Testament study.

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New Testament Survey Session 2

This course will provide an overview of the main ideas within each of the New Testament books. It will examine issues of canon, authorship, date, integrity, purpose, and provenance for each book. This content will be examined with attention to the church as well as the academy. At the end of this class, students will know the key introductory issues for New Testament books, historical background information, and main ideas found in each New Testament book. It will provide the basis for further New Testament study.

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New Testament Survey Session 1

This course will provide an overview of the main ideas within each of the New Testament books. It will examine issues of canon, authorship, date, integrity, purpose, and provenance for each book. This content will be examined with attention to the church as well as the academy. At the end of this class, students will know the key introductory issues for New Testament books, historical background information, and main ideas found in each New Testament book. It will provide the basis for further New Testament study.

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Study of the Book Of James Lesson 7

The letter or epistle of James is one of the New Testament's shorter letters, and it's ideal for new converts to Christianity to study. It's practical, devotional, and yet has many challenges in exposition which serve as good exercise for both experienced Bible students and those making their first steps in Bible study. The lesson offers a verse by verse commentary upon every chapter and verse in James, based largely upon the King James version; provides the original Greek text of James along with definitions of the Greek words used; gives the letter of James in different English translations; and signposts other resources about James.

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Study of the Book Of James Lesson 6

The letter or epistle of James is one of the New Testament's shorter letters, and it's ideal for new converts to Christianity to study. It's practical, devotional, and yet has many challenges in exposition which serve as good exercise for both experienced Bible students and those making their first steps in Bible study. The lesson offers a verse by verse commentary upon every chapter and verse in James, based largely upon the King James version; provides the original Greek text of James along with definitions of the Greek words used; gives the letter of James in different English translations; and signposts other resources about James.

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Study of the Book Of James Lesson 5

The letter or epistle of James is one of the New Testament's shorter letters, and it's ideal for new converts to Christianity to study. It's practical, devotional, and yet has many challenges in exposition which serve as good exercise for both experienced Bible students and those making their first steps in Bible study. The lesson offers a verse by verse commentary upon every chapter and verse in James, based largely upon the King James version; provides the original Greek text of James along with definitions of the Greek words used; gives the letter of James in different English translations; and signposts other resources about James.

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