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New Testament Survey gives an overview of each book in the New Testament. Context is vital in correctly understanding and applying the Word of God. With this course you will not only gain in your understanding of each book of the New Testament, but also you will have a more solid knowledge of the New Testament as a whole.
This New Testament Survey course was developed by Rev. LeRoy Davis, and has been used to train students in various countries over the years. As you look at each book you will discover the author, the theme, key verses, main characters, outlines and more. Feed Yourself Students will also find assignment directions which will help them practice their Bible study techniques and get the most out of this course.
Each link below will take you to one lesson. We highly recommend you do each lesson in order; however, the lessons are marked in case you want to study a specific book. The suggested donation for this course is $10.
You may view the first lesson, but the rest of the lessons will require a password which you will receive when you register below. If you do not receive your password email within an hour, please check your spam/junk mail.
Lesson One - Introduction
Lesson Two - Matthew
Lesson Three - Mark
Lesson Four - Luke
Lesson Five - John
Lesson Six - Acts
Lesson Seven - Introduction To Pauline Epistles and Romans
Lesson Eight - I Corinthians
Lesson Nine - II Corinthians
Lesson Ten - Galatians
Lesson Eleven - Philippians
Lesson Twelve - Ephesians/Colossians
Lesson Thirteen - I & II Thessalonians
Lesson Fourteen - I & II Timothy
Lesson Fifteen - Titus/Philemon
Lesson Sixteen - Hebrews
Lesson Seventeen - James
Lesson Eighteen - I & II Peter
Lesson Nineteen - I & II John
Lesson Twenty - III John & Jude
Lesson Twenty-One - Revelation
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