NT101New Testament Foundations I
NT101 : New Testament Foundations I (3 Credit)
Academic Year : 2020-21, Semester 1
About this course
NT Foundations I & II survey the entire contents of the NT. The student will be drawn into the world of the NT and encouraged to interact with the themes and
messages contained within each piece of writing in the NT. In so doing, students can better examine the implications of the NT’s message for Christians and for the Church today. NT Foundations I & II will be taught using a two-volume introduction to the New Testament entitled Exploring the New Testament, jointly published by IVP and SPCK.
This course, NT Foundations I (NT101), is a general introduction to the Four Gospels and Acts. Students can expect a survey of major interpretive approaches, as well as a consideration of historical and cultural issues. These include the Synoptic Problem and the literary relationship of the Gospels; the problem of the historical Jesus; the genre, historical setting, message, and structure of each of the Gospels and Acts.
Lecturer : Quek Tze-MingDIRECTOR (POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS), LECTURER IN NEW TESTAMENT, NEW TESTAMENT GREEK & HERMENEUTICS.
Venue: To be Advised , To be Advised
September 3, 17
October 1, 15, 29
November 12, 26
(7:15pm – 10:00pm)