BIBL 502

New Testament Foundations

Course Description

The course New Testament Foundations explores the literature of the New Testament (NT) with the purpose of providing a basis for engaged reading, further study, and application to life and church. The primary focus will be on reading the New Testament wisely, offering a multifaceted paradigm for reading/hearing this literature that includes a sensitivity to reading it as art, as reflecting a worldview, contextually (literary, cultural, historical, and intertextual contexts), theologically, integratively, and missionally.

Dates May 27–Jun 7
Days & Times Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri
Format Onsite/Online
Credit Hours 3
Audit Hours 2



Mariam J. Kovalishyn

Associate Professor in New Testament Studies

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Course information sheets will be posted here soon.

Additional Info

Fall 2024
This course is available online-only with Aaron Sherwood. See course syllabus for specifics.


There are no prerequisites for this course.

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