NT6 – The General Epistles and Revelation
Following the letters of Paul in the New Testament are the General Epistles – eight letters, written by five different authors, covering a wide range of topics and apparently intended either for all Christians believers or for an audience much broader than Paul’s more targeted epistles. And following these general epistles – the last book in the New Testament – is the Revelation (or Apocalypse) of St. John – one of the most fascinating and difficult of all the books of the Bible.
Thursday, 1-3PM, Apr. 3-May 29, 2014. 7 sessions – No classes during Holy Week – April 17 – or on May 8.
Required Text: Encountering the New Testament: A Historical and Theological Guide, by Walter E. Elwell & Robert W. Yarbrough – $435 pesos.
Study notes for the final exam in General Epistles and Revelation.
Conclusions; Final Exam – May 29, 2014
Read pp. 373, 387-394 in Elwell.
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