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by Stephen Harris

eBook The New Testament: A Student's Introduction ePub
Author: Stephen Harris
Language: English
ISBN: 0073535826
ISBN13: 978-0073535821
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 7 edition (June 27, 2011)
Pages: 544
Category: Bible Study & Reference
Subcategory: Christians
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 544
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ePub file: 1363 kb
Fb2 file: 1973 kb

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Stephen L. Harris is Professor Emeritus of Humanities and Religious Studies at California State University, Sacramento, where he served ten years as department chair. A Woodrow Wilson Fellow, he received his . from Cornell University.

The New Testament 8e is designed for undergraduates beginning their first systematic study of the Christian Greek Scriptures. This introductory text familiarizes readers with the contents and major themes of the New Testament and acquaints them with the goals and methods of important Biblical scholarship.

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Designed for students beginning their first systematic study of the Christian Scriptures, The New Testament: A Student's Introduction traces the New Testament's. Stephen Harris's best-selling text is designed for students undertaking their first systematic study of the New Testament. The purpose of the text is twofold: to introduce readers to the content and major themes of each book of the New Testament and to familiarize them with the goals and methods of the most recent New Testament scholarship.

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The New Testament 8e is designed for undergraduates beginning their first systematic study of the Christian Greek Scriptures

The New Testament 8e is designed for undergraduates beginning their first systematic study of the Christian Greek Scriptures.

Categories: NT Introductions. Pages: 419 pages Publisher: Mayfield Publishing Company Published: 2001 ISBN-10: 0767420314 ISBN-13: 9780767420310. Find at a Library Find at Google Books.

Designed for students beginning their first systematic study of the Christian Scriptures, The New Testament: A Student’s Introduction is reader-friendly and effectively organized to facilitate student learning. The text surveys the historical and cultural background of the early Christian era and offers cogent discussions of each of the New Testament’s twenty-seven books, from the Gospel biographies of Jesus to the mystic symbols of Revelation. In addition to presenting the Jewish and Greco-Roman context in which the canonical authors wrote, the text incorporates important scholarship that helps illuminate each document’s principal themes and religious significance. This well-balanced introduction, featuring numerous maps, charts and essays, enhances students’ understanding of the first-century Christian experience and distinctive worldview.
Anayajurus
This book is a little less detailed than the previous book for the Old Testament I bought for this class. It may be a little too advanced for some readers who are not used to or have been exposed to the Bile. Otherwise, it is an amazing scholarly book with great resources and timelines. This book provides insight to the reader as to who the books of the Bile were written for, when and why.
Hatе&love
This was a required text for a class and I couldn't have been more pleased. The unbiased account of facts with an all encompassing account of events at the time that the different books of the bible are thought to have been written gives the reader the tools for a more accurate interpretation of what was written.
Nilador
Loved this book. Rented it for my Theology/New Testament Gospels university class and am only said I didn't get to keep it (too expensive). I enjoyed the material and learned a lot of new things I had no clue about. Would recommend to anyone interested in theology and specifically if learning about the Gospels.
Umi
I had to use this book for my new testament class and I absolutely loved it. It just flows and opens your eyes to the text in ways that I just don't know would be possible on your own. It's one of the very few textbooks I've decided to keep. Whenever I find time, I would love to read this cover to cover, it's that good.
Skyway
Nice to dabble in the New Testament. Easy to read 2-column format. Great photos of the Holy Land and places where some of the actual historic events in the NT took place. I like Harris' style of writing. Keep in mind this barely scratches the surface of the NT (considering there are people who spend their whole lives studying just one book!). But it gives a good overview and maybe will spark interest in something to really delve into.
Welen
This replaced a good textbook I loaned to a "non-returner". I enjoyed the historic background on the New Testament books.
Opithris
I thought the book was okay. The writer could’ve used more concise language. I am a Biblical Studies Major so this is the book that is being used for class.
Why did I read this book? Because my professor required it. That being said, it was interesting material presented in an engaging way.
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