03 Jan NTS 301 Introduction to the New Testament

NTS 301 Introduction to the New Testament

Saint Paul School of Theology
Completion Time: 3 credit hours
Tuition: $637 per credit hour plus student fees
Instructor(s): Saint Paul Faculty
Contact Info: Shannon Hancock

Class Description

This course understands the informed study of the New Testament and careful reading of thoughtful scholarly writings about the New Testament to be a spiritual discipline. The course introduces students to the basic content of the New Testament writings, the historical circumstances from which they emerged, various critical methods by which to interpret them (including exegetical skills), and ways in which these texts might shape the understandings and lives of contemporary Christian communities. (ACOS, CEU, DCN)

 

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