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Introduction to New Testament History and Literature - Audio

By Dale B. Martin

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(RLST 152) This course provides a historical study of the origins of Christianity by analyzing the literature of the earliest Christian movements in historical context, concentrating on the New Testament. Although theological themes will occupy much of our attention, the course does not attempt a theological appropriation of the New Testament as scripture. Rather, the importance of the New Testament and other early Christian documents as ancient literature and as sources for historical study will be emphasized. A central organizing theme of the course will focus on the differences within early Christianity (-ies). This course was recorded in Spring 2009.

Customer Reviews

dale martin

Very enjoyable presentation, from an historical perspective. I would love to be educated more by this man, very practical and most importantly memorable study. Thank you professor Martin

Well structured and informative

Dale Martin

This was an enjoyable set of lectures to listen to. I do not agree with all the conclusions Dale Martin reaches but he is respectful of people's religious views without being condescending.

AMAZING!!

This is the first time I have ever written a review, and it is only because this is hands down the most interesting college lecture I have ever heard. Not even courses from my undergrad or masters level courses compare to this lecture. I have learned so much that I truly never knew or picked up on. Deffinately recommend!!