The study of the New Testament fires the heart with awe and wonder. In it we read of God’s boundless love in sending His Son to redeem all who believe in His atoning death and resurrection. The Gospels describe in detail what Jesus said and did while on earth. The Epistles explain in depth the spiritual implications of who Christ was and what He did. Finally, in the book of Revelation, we read of how Christ will bring history to an end for His glory. Understanding the big picture of the New Testament and its individual books are essential for the growing Christian.

New Testament Basics

“How to Get Out of the World Alive” might be a better title for the New Testament. The main theme of the New Testament is that Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners and to give you a quality of life that would be absolutely impossible if He hadn’t come. How does this good news affect you? What…

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Life of Christ

Jesus lived the most impactful life in all of history. This course takes students through the key events in Jesus’s life and includes a companion website with over 200 additional interactive learning resources. This course can also be used as a family study. Watch the lesson video together and then enhance your learning by working together on the interactive activities…

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New Testament Basics: Things We Thought We Knew

New Testament Basics: Things We Thought We Knew provides an introduction to the New Testament as it surveys vital information that guides the student’s thinking in the study of the New Testament books. This information is both basic and essential to an accurate understanding of New Testament Scriptures.

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Matthew-Mark: Two Presentations of Jesus

Matthew - Mark: Two Presentations of Jesus introduces students to the Gospels as literature and then focuses in on the Gospels of Matthew and Mark.  Students will study the specific purposes of each book and how the writers told the account of Jesus’ life to accomplish their unique goals.

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Luke – John: Two Interpretations of Jesus

Luke - John: Two Interpretations of Jesus provides two different renditions of Jesus’ life and ministry.  Adding the perspectives of Luke and John to those given by Matthew and Mark will provide additional detail and explanation to the incredible life of Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God.

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Jesus in Galilee – Popularity & Misunderstanding

During Jesus’ time in Galilee, He introduced the basic rules of life for the Kingdom He was offering to His people.  This course, Jesus in Galilee: Popularity and Misunderstanding, studies the great Galilean phase of Jesus’ ministry, which is the setting for the Sermon on the Mount, and then actually studies the Sermon itself.

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Jesus in Judea: Opposition & Rejection

As amazing as it seems, the people Jesus came to save actually rejected Him.  In Luke-John: Jesus in Judea - Opposition and Rejection, students will survey the Judean phase of Jesus’ ministry and gain insight into His teachings and actions that increased the Jewish opposition to the point where they would turn one of their own countrymen over to the…

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Acts: Crucifixion, Resurrection & Proclamation

Most people recognize the fact that the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ was the turning point of world history. After His resurrection and ascension, His disciples spread His Church across the Roman Empire and changed the world. Acts: Crucifixion, Resurrection & Proclamation will add depth to the student’s understanding and appreciation of these world-changing and individual life-changing events.

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Galatians - 1 Corinthians: Paul’s Earliest Letters

The New Testament epistles to the Galatians and Thessalonians are Paul’s earliest preserved letters.  In them, he began to lay a theological and behavioral foundation for Christian belief and conduct.  This course, Galatians - 1 Corinthians: Paul’s Earliest Letters, surveys these early writings.

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1 & 2 Corinthians: Two Letters to a Tough Church

The Corinthian church was planted in a moral cesspool. The people who came to Christ and formed that church brought a wagon-load of philosophical, religious, and moral baggage with them that made this a tough church. The two letters we have from Paul to the Corinthians deal with some of the most thorny spiritual and moral issues addressed anywhere in…

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