New Testament Studies Seminar


Course Description.

The New Testament Studies Seminar is one of a four-part seminar series offered by SBS International (also available are: Old Testament Studies Seminar, Theology of Paul Seminar and Church History Seminar). This seminar is designed to give SBS graduates and SBS missionary members a greater depth of proficiency in the New Testament and the theological issues that it raises. It also provides the student with the opportunity to engage in the discipline of New Testament Theology in order to thoughtfully reflect on the central themes and critical questions of the New Testament.

The New Testament Studies Seminar will give an SBS graduate seminary-level instruction without having to leave the mission field. All seminars are accredited with the U of N and can be taken to obtain a Biblical Studies degree.


Each week you will have two, three-hour lectures on the given material and topics covered in the textbooks. There will also be one, three-hour Discussion Time each week. You will be required to prepare summaries on corresponding readings and class material covered that week.

At the completion of this seminar, you will submit a research paper that discusses a major topic or theme relevant to New Testament theology. 


New Testament Studies Seminar aims to go beyond the Biblical introduction you receive in SBS. This seminar will build on your understanding of Scriptural content and build a framework for the overall story of the Bible which will lead you to more accuracy when studying and teaching the Word!

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