NT235 Annette Newberry This book surveys Hebrews, James, Peter’s epistles, and Jude, emphasizing key cultural, historical, doctrinal, and practical themes in each book. Special attention is given to their application within the African context.
NT300 Jason McClaflin This book illuminates the New Testament by examining the historical events and social issues of the first century. Examples are given to show how this information can be used to better understand the Bible.
NT310 Charles A. Estridge (In production) This analytical study of Revelation considers a wide variety of questions of interpretation and application found in John’s prophecy. It describes the cultural and historical backgrounds as they relate to the unique message of...
NT100 Walter M. Dunnett From Matthew to Revelation, this course examines the Gospels, history, epistles, and prophecies of the New Testament. Each book is treated individually with an outline and sections on background, themes, and key issues.
NT205 Mike McClaflin This study of Matthew, Mark, and Luke focuses on the events of Jesus’ life as well as His message and methods. The student is encouraged to develop a clear commitment to live by the values and principles Jesus demonstrated.