Join our refreshed New Testament class this coming Semester 2, 2021.
Why study Introduction to the New Testament?
- Grow your understanding of these critical texts, Deepen your faith by seeing how they relate to you today
- Benefit from new content, updated to be highly interactive and accessible
- Meet in person! This subject is now offered face-to-face for all AC campuses - SYD, MEL, BRI, ADL, PER, HOB
- Try this foundational subject without needing to commit to a full course (as an audit subject) No entry requirements or assessments if studying as audit. Special pricing available this August, enquire for details.
See the New Testament in a whole new way
The New Testament is at the foundation of the Christian faith, but how much do we really know about it? Who were the authors and why did they write these books? What were the challenges their churches faced then, and how relevant is this today? Join us as we delve into these and other questions. See the New Testament come to life as we explore the history, culture, background, and the message of these most cherished texts.
Your Expert in the Field
Meet Dr Adam White, the "accidental academic", who went from a spray painter to teaching the Bible. Adam is an expert in the New Testament, specifically Paul's letters and the book of Corinthians. He will be teaching the classes in Sydney and is leading our team of academics who will support you in your studies.
What you'll learn
Learn about the:
- Historical and cultural background of the New Testament
- Life of Jesus and the context of his ministry
- Four gospels and Acts—who wrote them and why
- Life of Paul and his missionary work
- Background, content, and impact of Paul’s letters
- Epistles of Hebrews, James, 1-2 Peter, Jude, John and Revelation
Sam Wagstaff - Alumni Story
"The lecturers really helped me to see how the New Testament fits together as part of God's plan for the world. I was able to approach the gospels and letters in a whole different way.
It has given me greater depth and the ability to teach the Word faithfully."