2020-2021 Catalog 
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2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BLIT 310 - New Testament Introduction

3 hours
An introductory study of the New Testament. This course introduces the student to critical issues in and resources for New Testament studies, exposes the student to the various contexts (cultural, philosophical, religious, social, etc.) in which the New Testament texts were written, and gives attention to the historical backgrounds, genre, message, and significant persons of the New Testament texts. Some attention will be given to comparing major theological themes and passages of the New Testament. Includes an overview of the process of formation for the canon of the New Testament. Prerequisite(s): BLIT 250 . UG