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  1. 1 Corinthians (NTAnt16)


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    Paul's first letter to the Corinthians. The focus is on "body," instructions on how to deal with problems in the physical body and the social body (the Corinthian church). In the…

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    • Hebrews (NTAnt23)


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      Whether this is the 14th letter of Paul is uncertain. What is certain is that this "brief word of exhortation" (Hebr. 13:22) is an example of the kinds of sermons ("exhortations")…

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      • 2 Peter & Jude (NTAnt24)


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        The second letter of Peter and Jude are often considered together because 2 Peter 2 and Jude share so many similarities (as they both warn believers about false teachers who will arise in their own…

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        • NTAnt24 (1 Peter)


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          The first letter of Peter is an encouragement to believers as "foreigners and exiles" to live good lives before their unbelieving friends and neighbors . . . and to follow the example of…

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          • Revelation of John, Part I (NTAnt26)


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            This fitting conclusion to the New Testament shares over 60 visions of how God will "make all things new" (Rev. 21:5). The book has God and Jesus (as the Lamb) at the center of its proclamation.

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            • Letters of Paul to Philippians & Philemon (NTAnt20)


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              The last two of the four "prison letters," Philippians and Philemon. Philippians has the twin themes of joy and suffering. Paul holds up the examples of himself, of Jesus, of Timothy,…

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              • Acts of the Apostles, Part 1 (NTAnt12)


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                Introduction to the Acts of the Apostles with a look at the first half of the book (Acts 1-12).

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                • Paul of Tarsus: Life and Teachings (NTAnt13)


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                  Introduction to the life and teachings of Paul. The "apostle to the gentiles" was born among gentiles in Tarsus, trained as a rabbi in Jerusalem, and met the risen Jesus on the way to the…

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                  • Paul's Letter to the Galatians (NTAnt)


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                    Introduction to Paul's "red hot" letter to the Galatians. Jewish Christians have been attempting to make the gentile Galatian believers into good Jews: by being circumcised, following…

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                    • The Gospel according to Matthew (NTAnt)


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                      An introduction to the Gospel of Matthew, which highlights Jesus as the Teaching Christ, who calls disciples to learn from him, follow him, and (eventually) to go to all the nations and make disciples.

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                      • Gospel according to Luke (NTAnt10)


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                        Gospel according to Luke, the most gentile gospel, probably because it was written by a gentile. With themes of poor vs. wealthy, prayer, Holy Spirit, and the Jerusalem Temple as a symbol of God's…

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