New Testament Survey I is one of the required courses in the Associate of Theology Degree Program. It covers half of the study of the New Testament, Matthew through Philippians. In clear and concise language, What the Bible is All About Bible Handbook, gives you an excellent overview and understanding of every book covered in the course.
TEXT BOOK: What the Bible is All About Bible Handbook. Holy Bible, KJV. Author: Dr. Henrietta C. Mears.
In addition to the homework worksheets the students must learn the books of the New Testament. (This session Matthew - Philippians.} The writing assignment will be to write a brief summary of three of the books studied during this session. Students must know the doctrines from the Apostle's Creed, the Fruit of the Spirit, and the names of the twelve disciples. Students must also be able to define 'hypostatic union.'
- To study the foundational basics of Bible Doctrine,
- gain confidence in God
- be grounded in the Christian faith
- look at the doctrines of: Basic Theology, Christology, and Pneumatology.
TEXT BOOK: The
Triune God by Clarence H. Benson
for in-house students.
The One True God by Clarence H. Benson for distance students.
There will be a mid-term exam and a final exam. The exams will consist of multiple choice questions derived from homework assignments.