The Pauline Epistles

The Pauline Epistles (NT5)

Converted to faith by a miraculous meeting with the resurrected Jesus, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, the Apostle Paul is more responsible for articulating and formulating Christian doctrine than any other person who has ever lived. Through the thirteen letters he contributed to the New Testament, Paul gives a complete scope of what it means to believe in Jesus as Savior and Lord.

Thursdays, 1-3 PM, January 23 – March 6, 2014 (7 sessions)

Required Text:  Encountering the New Testament: A Historical and Theological Guide, by Walter E. Elwell and Robert Yarbrough – $435 pesos.

Study guide for the final exam in The Pauline Epistles.

NT5 – Life and Teachings of Paul; Romans – January 23
Read Romans and pp. 253-286 in Elwell-Yarbrough.
Lecture notes in PDF                              Lecture notes in PPT

NT5 – 1 and 2 Corinthians – January 30
Read 1 and 2 Corinthians and pp. 287-296 in Elwell-Yarbrough.
Lecture notes in PDF                              Lecture notes in PPT

NT5 – Galatians and Ephesians – February 6
Read 2 Galatians and Ephesians and pp. 296-312 in Elwell-Yarbrough.
Lecture notes in PDF                              Lecture notes in PPT

NT5 – Philippians, Colossians and Philemon – February 13
Read Philippians, Colossians and Philemon and pp. 312-326 in Elwell-Yarbrough.
Lecture notes in PDF                              Lecture notes in PPT

NT5 – 1 and 2 Thessalonians – February 20
Read 1 and 2 Thessalonians and pp. 327-334 in Elwell-Yarbrough.
Lecture notes in PDF                              Lecture notes in PPT

NT5 – Pastoral Epistles: 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus – February 27
Read 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus and pp. 334-344 in Elwell-Yarbrough.
Lecture notes in PDF                              Lecture notes in PPT

NT5 – The Significance of Paul; Final Exam – March 6