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March 2019

Jewish Background of the New Testament [HT700]

March 8 - March 9

This course deals with the Hebrew-Jewish world into which the Gospel, the Church, and the Scriptures came. Influences of the political, religious and social developments of various groups during the first century upon the New Testament are emphasized.

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April 2019

A Study of Matthew, Part I [NT130]

April 12 - April 13

This is a study of the first twelve chapters of the Gospel of Matthew. This course will focus on Matthew's major themes; the meanings of the teachings to the early Church; the character, person and work of Jesus; and the activity of the Holy Spirit in the life and ministry of Jesus.

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May 2019

The Letters of John [NT525]

May 10 - May 11

An in-depth study of the Letters of John, which were written to believers uncertain about their spiritual status. An unsettling conflict with the teachers of a false doctrine, Cerinthianism, which was a forerunner of second century Gnosticism, is emphasized.

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June 2019

Crucified Life [PT341]

June 7 - June 8

A study of scriptural self-denial. It helps the student to gain a greater understanding of the centrality of the cross and identification with the death of Christ as the means of a victorious life.

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