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Course Projects for 2016:
Professor Evans is taping a series of video courses on the following topics:
  • Introducing the New Testament Gospels
  • Jesus: God’s Son, Humanity’s Savior
  • Teaching that Challenges and Inspires: The Parables of Jesus 
  • Works of Power: The Miracles of Jesus
  • God on the Cross: The Passion of Jesus
  • The Story of the King: The Gospel of Matthew
  • The Story of the Servant: The Gospel of Mark
  • The Story of the Savior: The Gospel Luke
  • The Word from Eternity: The Gospel of John
  • Digging up the Bible’s Past: Israel and Archaeology
  • The Manuscripts of the Bible: Old, Numerous, and Reliable
  • Old Writings, New Controversies: The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible
  • What Saves? Works or Faith? James and Paul on Works and Salvation 
  • The Unfamiliar Jesus: Jesus in Sources Outside the Bible 
  • Prophecy and Politics: The Old Testament Prophets and Kings

Courses for 2015:

Winter Intensive Course:

16 February 2015
MA Grad Research Seminar

Summer Intensive Course:

14-18 June 2015
Israel College of the Bible: Matthew.

16-22 July 2015
TCMI Austria: Luke-Acts

Term-Length Courses:

BIBL 6153 Hebrews and James

BIBL 5033 Interpreting the New Testament

BIBL 6123 Gospel of Luke
   

 

Courses for 2014:

Summer intensive courses:

2–6 June 2014
IBTS D.Min course, Prague, Czech Republic Prague

8–12 June 2014
Israel College of the Bible, teach intensive course.

Term-Length Courses:

Winter Sabbatical

Fall TBA

 

Courses for 2013:

Summer intensive courses:

One-Week Intensive
9–13 June 2013
Israel College of the Bible, Netanya, Israel

NS 500 New Testament 1
8-19 July 2013
The course is devoted to the four Gospels, and traces their origin, interrelationship, theological distinctives, and value as sources for life of Jesus research.
On campus of Fuller Seminary, Pasadena, CA

Term-Length Courses:

BIBL 5033
Winter Term
This course introduces the various types of literature found in the New Testament and how they are to be interpreted. Acadia Divinity College course, held in New Brunswick.

BIBL 7053 James and Hebrews in Greek
Course at Acadia Divinity College

 

Courses for 2012:

Summer intensive courses:

BIBL 6113 Gospel of Matthew
18–22 June
A study of the purpose and major emphases of the Gospel of Matthew.
On campus of Acadia Divinity College

GREE 7013 Exegesis of Matthew
18–22 June
Reading and exegesis of selected passages from the Greek text of Matthew.
On campus of Acadia Divinity College

D.Min 8233 The Bible under Fire: Analyzing Contemporary Challenges
25–29 June
Study of the current debate regarding the reliability and relevance of the Bible, exposing the weakness of extreme skepticism, questionable assumptions, questionable applications, and questionable interpretations.
On campus of Acadia Divinity College

NS 500 New Testament 1
16–27 July
The course is devoted to the four Gospels, and traces their origin, interrelationship, theological distinctives, and value as sources for life of Jesus research.
On campus of Fuller Seminary, Pasadena, CA

BS 542 New Testament Backgrounds
6–16 August
This course will deal with materials on the backgrounds of the New Testament in order to help students better understand the world of Jesus and the early church.
On campus of TCM International Institute, Vienna

Term-Length Courses:

BIBL 5033 Interpreting the New Testament
Fall Term
This course introduces the various types of literature found in the New Testament and how they are to be interpreted.
On campus of Acadia Divinity College

BIBL 6123 Gospel of Luke
Fall Term
A study of the purpose and major emphases of the Gospel of Luke.
On campus of Acadia Divinity College

GREE 7023 Exegesis of Luke
Fall Term
Reading and exegesis of selected passages from the Greek text of Luke.
On campus of Acadia Divinity College


  

 

 


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