Introduction to New Testament Studies

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Introduction to New Testament Studies

Take a closer look at the various writings that comprise the New Testament. 

This subject covers the historical context of New Testament writings and their literary and theological features. It also introduces critical methods of New Testament interpretation, including basic exegetical skills. Attention is given to long-standing interpretive issues, including the relations between the gospels, the historical value of Acts, authenticity and pseudonymity in Paul, and apocalyptic literature.

This subject will be taught weekly in the Sulman Room in St Mark’s on Wednesdays 9:00am to 12:30pm in Session 2 of 2019 (17 July – 16 October). The lecturer for this subject will be Rev’d Dr Andrew Errington.

Single Subject Study

Single Subject Study gives you the flexibility and the credit, without the commitment of a full degree. Each successful subject completion is creditable towards a Bachelor, Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma of Theology. As a Single Subject with CSU, you get to access all subject materials and resources through our online learning environment.

Interested? Just contact our Course Director, Dr Bernard Doherty, and he can walk you through the process.

Audit this subject

If you’ve always wanted to listen in on quality theological lectures but lack the time to finish assignments, then auditing is a great way to start your theological journey.

As an auditor, you get to participate in weekly lectures and class discussions as well as access St Mark’s library resources. (A one-year membership worth $70 is included in the audit fee!) There are no entry requirements, and all lectures and classes are conducted in Canberra.

Apply now to audit this subject

Just call our front office during business hours Mondays to Thursdays 9:00am to 5:00pm on 6272 6252.

The cost of auditing this subject is $240.

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