New Testament I is an introduction to the books of the New Testament from the Gospels through to Acts, with special emphasis on the life, teachings, and redemptive work of Christ, the founding and growth of the church, and the teachings of the epistles and Revelation. On the basis of the biblical text, through dynamic video lectures and parallel readings, the events and messages of the New Testament are portrayed against their historical and cultural settings. This course is taught by one of our exceptional professors who strives to make this class spiritually meaningful for each individual online student. New Testament I is a three credit undergraduate course condensed into an eight week session. There are no prerequisites for this course.
Students can expect to spend anywhere between 12 and 15 hours per week on course activities which include: viewing video lectures, weekly reading from Matthew to Acts, participating in online discussions commenting on and discussing weekly reading, two non-proctored exams, and two written assignments outlining assigned books of the Bible.
Course Instructor Welcome Message
Clip from video lecture featuring Lecture Professor Halstead