Knowledge, change, and action: these three terms reflect the objectives of the New Testament Literature course. A panoramic view of the New Testament unifies the study of its messages, doctrines, personalities, and problems of interpretation. This course treats the cultural and historical backgrounds of the New Testament, the life of Christ, the history of the expansion of the early church, and issues that faced the first-century Christians.
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