Biblical Equipping Collection
New Testament Survey 1 - B201
New Testament Survey I is an ideal way for new and seasoned believers to grasp the history, context, and themes of the New Testament. Covering Matthew through Acts, the course helps students discover the uniqueness of each gospel and the perfect picture they combine to paint of Christ. Students can follow the birth of the faith, from Gabriel's promise to Mary to the Sermon on the Mount, from the Last Supper to the Resurrection, from sending of the Apostles to the conversion of Paul and the first days of the church.
Dr. Tom Halstead joined the faculty
at The Master's College in 1985 to become the Chairman of the
Biblical Studies department. He has taught New Testament Survey I
& II as part of his regular teaching responsibilities during
that entire time. Dr. Halstead received his M.Div. degree from
Talbot Seminary, and his Ed.D. from Nova Southeastern University.
He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society.
Dr. Halstead served as an Associate Pastor at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley California for ten years before coming to The Master's College. He has a heart for missions, leading or being a member of short-term mission teams serving in the former Soviet Union, New Zealand, Albania, Japan, and India. Dr. Halstead is recognized on the College campus as an outstanding teacher of Bible having received the Teacher of the Year award in 1994 and 2003. His teaching style emphasizes dialogue and discussion. His classes are oriented toward practical application, personal relevance and content mastery.
DVD Lecture Set
Course Material CD which includes:
- Syllabus containing description, objectives, recommended textbooks, assignments, and schedule.
- Lecture notes (80 pages)
- Power Point presentation (180 slides)