BIB212 ENGLISH | New Testament Survey

  • Course level: Intermediate

Description

First published in 1953 and revised in 1961, Merrill Tenney’s comprehensive survey has served to introduce the general reader, student, and teacher to the world and message of the New Testament.

Written in a clear, nontechnical style, New Testament Survey begins with a survey of the social, political, economic, and religious background of the New Testament, and then goes on to examine the various groups of New Testament books, which are considered in their historical settings. The book concludes with a penetrating study of the New Testament canon.

Undertaken at the request of Dr. Tenney, and prepared with his full approval, this 1985 revision by Walter M. Dunnett includes an entirely new chapter on the Jewish background of the New Testament, plus several new short sections, including materials on the Gospels and the canon of the New Testament. The bibliography has been enlarged and updated, and many of the book’s numerous illustrations, maps, and charts are new. Great care has been exercised to retain the spirit and quality of the original work, ensuring that the book will remain a standard in the years to come.

What Will I Learn?

  • Bible study

Topics for this course

2 Lessons

Coursework

Class Requirements
Assignments

Class & Exam

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$65.00

Material Includes

  • ENGLISH: New Testament Survey, by Merrill C. Tenney
    (ISBN-13: 9780802836113)
    BUY: Amazon | ChristianBook

Requirements

  • Step 1: Your payment includes tuition only. The sooner you order your book, the more time to finish your study guide before the class starts; order as soon as possible! (-15 points from your final grade if you do not finish reading your textbook.)
  • Step 2: Log into your class. Download and complete the study guide from the Assignments module (.doc and .pdf provided.) Once completed, upload your study guide to the Assignments area. Your completed study guide must be uploaded prior to the Saturday class (counts for 40% of your final grade.)
  • Step 3: Come to the Saturday class prepared and ready to learn. Be prepared to pay for the next class.