New Testament – GNT

GNT 515 – Biblical Theology of New Testament (3)

A study of the progressive development of special revelation in the New Testament period, with an emphasis on the form and content of that revelation. (3 credit hours) Offered Spring semester of odd-numbered years.

GNT 519 – Exegetical Method (2)

A thorough study of the exegetical method used to accurately interpret the text of the Greek New Testament. Emphasis will be placed on producing pedagogical and homiletical outlines that clearly communicate the accurate interpretation of the text. Prerequisite: Exegetical Grammar or its equivalent (2 credit hours) Offered every Fall semester.

GNT 520 – New Testament Backgrounds (3)

A study of the history and literature of the time from Malachi to the birth of Christ, with an emphasis on the social and political influences which affected the Roman and Jewish worlds and on other background information necessary for a complete understanding of the New Testament. (3 credit hours) Offered Spring semester of even-numbered years.

GNT 529 – Exposition of the Gospels (3)

A biblical and theological study of the Gospels, emphasizing the themes, structures, and contents of these books, with a special emphasis on one of the Gospels. (3 credit hours) Offered Fall semester of even-numbered years.

GNT 530 – Exposition of the Pastoral Epistles (3)

An expository and exegetical study of Paul’s letters to Timothy and Titus, with special attention given to the instructions Paul gave for the pastoral ministry. (3 credit hours) Offered Spring semester of odd-numbered years.

GNT 532 – Exposition of First Corinthians (3)

An expository and exegetical study of Paul’s first letter to the church at Corinth, with special attention given to the solution of the problems within the church and the application of those solutions to the problems within today’s church. (3 credit hours) Offered as needed.

GNT 533 – Exposition of Galatians (3)

An expository and exegetical study of Galatians, with special attention given to the true gospel, law and grace, and the role of the Holy Spirit in the Christian life. (3 credit hours) Offered as needed.

GNT 534 – Exposition of Hebrews (3)

An expository and exegetical study of the book of Hebrews, with special attention given to both the warning passages and the new covenant sections. (3 credit hours) Offered Spring semester of even-numbered years.

GNT 540 – Exposition of Acts (3)

An expository study of Acts, with special attention given to the beginning, growth, and spread of the church to the ends of the earth. (3 credit hours) Offered Fall semester of odd-numbered years.

GNT 556 – Exposition of Revelation (3)

An exposition of the book of Revelation. Attention is given both to matters of special introduction and to an analysis of the book. (3 credit hours) Offered Fall semester of odd-numbered years.

GNT 632 – Exegesis and Exposition of the General Epistles (3)

Advanced exegesis of the Greek text of the General Epistles with attention given to mastery of the syntax, vocabulary, interpretive problems, and practical and homiletical value of each book. (3 credit hours) Offered Spring semester of odd-numbered years.

GNT 642 – Exegesis and Exposition of Paul’s Epistles (3)

Advanced exegesis of the Greek text of Paul’s Epistles with attention given to mastery of the syntax, vocabulary, interpretive problems, and practical and homiletical value of each book. (3 credit hours) Offered Fall semester of odd-numbered years.

GNT 737 – Exegesis and Exposition of Romans (3)

An exegetical study of Romans, concentrating on both the background, interpretation, and theology of this important New Testament book. (3 credit hours) Offered Fall semester of even-numbered years.

GNT 742 – Exegesis and Exposition of Prison Epistles (3)

An exegetical study of Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon, with emphasis on doctrinal themes together with application to Christian living. (3 credit hours) Offered Spring semester of even-numbered years.

GNT 780 – New Testament Seminar (3)

New Testament topics of practical and theological significance are examined and investigated. Students are encouraged to select topics of interest to them for inclusion in this course. (3 credit hours)

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