The New Testament [sound recording] / Bart D. Ehrman.

By: Ehrman, Bart D
Contributor(s): Teaching Company
Material type: SoundSoundSeries: Great courses (Compact disc): Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., c2000Edition: Library edDescription: 13 sound discs (ca. 780 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 2 course guidebooks (22 cm.)ISBN: 1565853660; 9781565853669Subject(s): Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Christian educationLOC classification: BS2361.2 | .E37 2001
Contents:
The early Christians and their literature -- The Greco-Roman context -- Ancient Judaism -- The earliest traditions about Jesus -- Mark: Jesus, the suffering Son of God -- Matthew: Jesus, the Jewish messiah -- Luke: Jesus, the savior of the world -- John: Jesus the man from Heaven -- Noncanonical gospels -- The historical Jesus, sources and problems -- The historical Jesus, solutions and methods -- Jesus, the apocalyptic prophet -- The Acts of the Apostles -- Paul, the man, the mission and the modus operandi -- Paul and the crises of his churches: First Corinthians -- Pauline ethics -- Paul's Letter to the Romans -- Paul, Jesus and James -- The Deutero-Pauline Epistles -- The Pastoral Epistles -- The Book of Hebrews and the rise of Christian anti-semitism -- First Peter and the persecution of the early Christians -- The Book of Revelation -- Do we have the original New Testament?
Bart D. Ehrman, lecturer.Summary: This 24 lecture course provides a historical context to foster a fuller understanding of contemporary events and people in the New Testament. Discusses distinguishing characteristics between the Greco-Roman cults and Judaism and Christianity, Jesus as a historical figure, and each of the twenty-seven books of the New Testament.
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Compact discs.

Bart D. Ehrman, lecturer.

Booklets include bibliographical references.

In two parts (containers): Part 1 contains a sample disc and discs 1-6 ; part 2, discs 7-12.

This 24 lecture course provides a historical context to foster a fuller understanding of contemporary events and people in the New Testament. Discusses distinguishing characteristics between the Greco-Roman cults and Judaism and Christianity, Jesus as a historical figure, and each of the twenty-seven books of the New Testament.

pt. 1: lecture 1. The early Christians and their literature -- lecture 2. The Greco-Roman context -- lecture 3. Ancient Judaism -- lecture 4. The earliest traditions about Jesus -- lecture 5. Mark: Jesus, the suffering Son of God -- lecture 6. Matthew: Jesus, the Jewish messiah -- lecture 7. Luke: Jesus, the savior of the world -- lecture 8. John: Jesus the man from Heaven -- lecture 9. Noncanonical gospels -- lecture 10. The historical Jesus, sources and problems -- lecture 11. The historical Jesus, solutions and methods -- lecture 12. Jesus, the apocalyptic prophet -- pt. 2: lecture 13. The Acts of the Apostles -- lecture 14. Paul, the man, the mission and the modus operandi -- lecture 15. Paul and the crises of his churches: First Corinthians -- lecture 16. Pauline ethics -- lecture 17. Paul's Letter to the Romans -- lecture 18. Paul, Jesus and James -- lecture 19. The Deutero-Pauline Epistles -- lecture 20. The Pastoral Epistles -- lecture 21. The Book of Hebrews and the rise of Christian anti-semitism -- lecture 22. First Peter and the persecution of the early Christians -- lecture 23. The Book of Revelation -- lecture 24. Do we have the original New Testament?

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