New Testament Survey (BIBL130)
Bible and Worldview
0.5 (semester course)
This course will seek to explore the New Testament books of the Bible in an overview fashion. During this exploration students will grow in their knowledge of important events, people, places, and themes within these New Testament books. From Christ to the early Church, students will study the life of Jesus, including His death, burial, and resurrection. Students will also follow the early years of those who followed Him and became known as "Christians."
Too often we talk about our feelings, our stories, and our opinions, like those determine how we should feel about God. While we must have faith, we must also have facts. The New Testament narrates factual historical events. If the resurrection of Jesus Christ did not really happen, then Christianity does not exist. These historical facts are why the New Testament is so important. In I Corinthians 9:16, Paul says, “Woe to me if I do not preach the gospel!” We have to know the facts so that we can preach the Gospel. The Gospel is the center of Christianity, so this class is vital to our belief system. We will learn how Jesus and His Gospel changed the world, beginning with the early churches of the New Testament.
If there are books and materials for this course, they can be purchased from our Online Bookstore.
Overall, I learned so much from this course! I really was able to dig so much deeper into the book of Acts, which I think is my favorite New Testament book, besides John.
Everything was really easy to follow and layed out well.
I really like how this course was set up. The workbook provided a lot of the information and then there were always extra videos to help. The group discussions always went along great with what we were learning. I do not think there is anything I would change about this course.