New Testament

“Jesus answered, ‘It is written: Man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’ ”  (Matthew 4:4, NIV)

Do you love to explore the letters of the apostles, delight in digging for treasure in the Gospels and revel in amazement as you study the first texts of the Christian Church?

If so, then a New Testament emphasis at Northern Seminary may be the right option for you.

Northern has developed specialized courses to fit the specific interests and needs of students who are focused on enriching their Scriptural knowledge through study of subjects such as the Gospels, New Testament epistles or worship in the early church. Combined with a comprehensive academic degree program that provides a solid foundation in the study of Scripture, church history, theology and ethics, specialized New Testament courses challenge individuals to dig deeper into the Bible by studying texts such as Matthew, Mark and Luke or the letters of Paul, as well as broader topics such as “New Testament Theology”.

Is this program for me?

The New Testament emphasis is for: Anyone interested in deepening his or her knowledge of the Bible and are especially interested in the New Testament texts; Individuals who want to be equipped for ministry leadership that is well-grounded in and framed by focused New Testament study; and pastors or church leaders who want to gain specialized skill for ministry with a focus on or interest in the New Testament.

The New Testament emphasis can be acquired by completing a combination of any six New Testament courses as part of any of the following programs: Master of Divinity or Graduate Certificate.

Examples of New Testament courses include: Jesus and the Gospels, Paul’s Letters and Acts, Letters to the Early Church, and Romans.

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