New Testament

New Testament

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A study of New Testament Greek, including orthography, grammar, syntax and vocabulary, including selected readings from the New Testament. (4 hours).

A continuation of NT101. (4 hours. Prerequisite: NT101).

Study of Greek syntax: cases, moods, and tenses. The purpose is to acquaint the reader of the Greek New Testament with the linguistic constructions found in the New Testament. (2 hours. Prerequisite: NT102).

A study of the New Testament books (Matthew through 2 Thessalonians), considering authorship, date, occasion, theme, purpose and outline. (elective; 2 hours*).

A study of the New Testament books (1 Timothy through Revelation), considering authorship, date, occasion, theme, purpose and outline. (elective; 2 hours*).

A consideration of the text of the New Testament, focusing on the origin and transmission of the text. Special attention will be given to the office of the apostolate, the concept of canon and textual criticism. (2 hours. Prerequisite: NT102).

An intensive study of the history of redemption as found in the New Testament. Attention will be given to the use of the Old Testament by Christ and the apostles, as well as the development of apostolic doctrine. (2 hours.* Prerequisite: NT102).

A view of the world in which the New Testament was written. This course will consider the political, cultural, philosophical, religious challenges faced by first-century believers and how they impacted the church. (2 hours*).

Integrated exegetical study of Mark, including introduction, history, textual criticism and an evaluation of genres and themes. (2 hours.* Prerequisite: NT131).

Integrated exegetical study of Ephesians, including introduction, history, textual criticism and an evaluation of genres and themes. (2 hours.* Prerequisite: NT131. The student may elect to take CC471/771 in place of this course).

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