BN - New Testament


This unit provides a general introduction to the literary forms of New Testament, the language of the New Testament, and the historical and political background. Students will examine the first century history in and around the land of the New Testament, different patristic methodologies of interpreting New Testament with special emphasis on the School of Alexandria (e.g Origen and Cyril of Alexandria) and the School of Antioch (e.g John Chrysostom) as well as shaping the New Testament canon with reference to the apocryphal writings, and manuscripts. We will also look at Jesus Christ’s Genealogy with regards to the Old Testament traditions, the individual characteristics of 1he synoptic Gospels, and a detailed study on the gospel of St. Mark.   View Timetable
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