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  1. 1, 2, 3 John (NTAnt25)


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    Three letters that give us a direct view of the kind of themes and theologies that emanate from the johannine communities. The Gospel of John has the themes of light/darkness and love/hate. In the…

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    • Dr. Scott Wigginton God's Last Laugh 2012 Holy Week Lecture


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      This video is a Biblical & Theological Lecture hosted by the Campbellsville University School of Theology, Monday April 2, 2012. Dr. Scott Wigginton is the presenter. Dr. Wigginton is an associate…

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      • Romans, Part 1 (NTAnt18)


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        Introduction to Paul's longest letter, the letter to the Romans. Chapters 1-8.

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        • Sources for the Story of Jesus (NTAnt5)


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          Sources for the story of Jesus, in the ancient world and in NT scholarship. Arguments for the authenticity and historical reliability of the gospels.

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          • The Teachings of Jesus (NTAnt7)


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            Jesus, the authoritative teacher, teaches with simplicity and story-tellling. Parables are one of his main forms to communicate the message that God rules and will rule (that is, the kingdom of God).…

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            • What I Did On My Summer Vacation Report from the Excavation at Mudaybi, Jordan


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              The presentation is a report on Dr. Howell’s work at Mudaybi, an ancient (Iron Age II) fortification in the Jordanian desert. Dr. Howell's presentation centers on the work of the archeologist…

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              • Thessaloniki


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                Leslie Harper and Alaina King share their experiences during their summer experience at Thessaloniki, Greece. For more information about the American College of Thessaloniki may be found at WWW.ACT.EDU.…

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                • Titus (NTAnt21)


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                  The shortest of the Pastoral Letters. Third in the NT canon but probably written before 2 Timothy. Titus is given his assignment on the island of Crete to appoint leaders and to teach the believers…

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                  • The World of Jesus in His Jewish Homeland (NTAnt3)


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                    Geographical features of the land and various groups within the Jewish people of the first century. Important institutions and literature of the period.

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                    • The Mediterranean World of the Apostle Paul (NTAnt4)


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                      The Jesus movement migrated from rural to urban centers. Paul the Apostle had a large role in this movement. The order of Roman society, from slaves to free persons. Patron and Client relations.…

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                      • 2 Corinthians (NTAnt17)


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                        Paul's second letter to the Corinthians. It certainly may be seen as a work with three movements: Paul's thankfulness for their progress (1-7), instructions for the collection for the…

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