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NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY

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INSTRUCTOR
DR. JUDD H. BURTON

COURSE DESCRIPTION
New Testament Survey is a summary of the New Testament in terms of the ministry of Jesus, the Apostles, the historical setting, and theology.  Study is divided along the sections of the New Testament:  Gospels, History and Pauline Epistles, General Epistles, and Prophecy.  Key figures such as Jesus Christ, the disciples, Paul, Peter, James, and early church leaders will be given attention.  Readings from the New Testament comprise most of the assignment.  Offered monthly.

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COURSE OUTLINE
WEEK 1:  INTRODUCTION/GOSPELS
WEEK 2:  HISTORY/PAULINE EPISTLES
WEEK 3:  GENERAL EPISTLES
WEEK 4:  PROPHECY/CONCLUSION

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