HS New Testament Survey (sem)(opt 2)



Total Fee


Class Prerequisites

Text / Materials Required

Bible and Survey of the New Testament- Everyman's Bible Commentary (Everyman's Bible Commentaries) Paperback – November 1, 2001 Paul Benware

Class Description

This course will present an overview of the New Testament scriptures. The course will cover the historical, doctrinal and prophetic context of the New Testament in the spirit of 2 Timothy 3:16 and John 17:8. We will emphasize the contribution of this portion of scripture to the whole Bible.


            Students will learn the reason for each book’s name, the history of New Testament development through the earthly ministry of Jesus Christ (4 Gospels) and the subsequent ministry of the Apostles in the Book of Acts. Students will cover New Testament epistles and the book of Revelation with emphasis on the canonization, doctrinal impact, prophesy of future events and reliability. The moral, ethical and spiritual purpose of the book will be covered and the link to the foundation of the Old Testament.

            Students will also learn methods for bible study, principles for biblical interpretation and relevance of the New Testament in the life of all people. Comprehension will be evaluated by weekly discussion participation and a Final Test.


There will also be rigorous and exciting discussions of “why we believe what we believe”.