Four Portraits, One Jesus16 Units , Self-paced
The Gospels record the “greatest story ever told,” the events of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. To study the Gospels is to study the foundation of Christianity, and in Four Portraits, One Jesus, author and professor Mark Strauss provides an expert and understandable introduction to these first four books of the New Testament.
New Testament Survey15 Units , Self-paced
Including both background information and careful attention to the biblical books themselves, New Testament Survey offers a full introduction to the 27 books of the New Testament.
Letters to the Church16 Units (including midterm and final) , Self-paced
In the Letters to the Church course, respected New Testament scholar Karen Jobes introduces the cultural and theological background of Hebrews and the general epistles. Coming from an evangelical perspective, Jobes addresses issues of historical relevance as well as how these books connect with Christian faith and practice today.
A Theology of Luke and Acts15 Units (including midterm and final) , Self-paced
In the Theology of Luke and Acts course, biblical scholar Darrell L. Bock offers an in-depth analysis of these two books, examining Lukan themes and language and the books’ context within the Bible.
Galatians (ZECNT)15 Units , Self-paced
In the Galatians course, Thomas R. Schreiner offers students a focused overview for studying Galatians in-depth as he examines the book with precision and accuracy.
Thinking Through Paul15 Units (including midterm and final) , Self-paced
In the Thinking through Paul course, New Testament scholars Bruce W. Longenecker and Todd D. Still provide a thorough, college or seminary level introduction to the life of the apostle Paul and the New Testament books he authored.
Theology of James, Peter, and Jude15 Units , Self-paced
The Theology of James, Peter, and Jude course, taught by Peter Davids, offers a comprehensive exploration of the theology of James, 1-2 Peter, and Jude, including introductory issues and major themes, and also shows how each book relates to the broad picture of New Testament theology.