This course is devoted to a survey of the New Testament. Written over a fifty-year period (AD 45–95), the New Testament contains 27 books with a variety of styles. The first four books (Gospels) cover the life of the Lord Jesus Christ. Together they provide a comprehensive picture of His life and teachings. The book of Acts provides a history of the early Christians and the spread of the church.
Paul’s letters to the various local churches and individuals are full of encouragement and explanations of the beliefs of the church. There are also a number of letters from other authors. The New Testament closes with the book of Revelation. In this final book, we are told of things to come.
This study will help you fit the New Testament together and understand the reasons for the coming of the Lord Jesus and the tremendous impact of His life, death, and resurrection.
Emmaus Worldwide's correspondence school exists to glorify God by providing biblically-sound resources and structured study materials for the purpose of teaching people from every nation to know Jesus Christ as Savior and to live in a way that is consistent with God’s Word.