A Student's New Testament Survey

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Tate Publishing, 2007 - 133 pages
After teaching New Testament for many years, he has looked for a simple, yet complete study of the background of the New Testament. Finding none that he could use with high school students and laymen alike, he developed this book to help his students understand that the New Testament did not take place in a vacuum. "A Student's New Testament Survey" shows that the people, places, times, and activities-though very different from what we are accustomed to today-were real and hold a vital component in our understanding of what the New Testament teaches.

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Contents

Preface
15
Two Worlds
25
Two More Worlds
43
The Four Historians
59
The Transition of the Way
69
Local Church Correspondence
81
Pauls Preacher Presentations
97
Eight Epistles
103
The Future Foretold
115
Endnotes
123
Bibliography
129
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