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These courses cannot be credited toward a degree or certificate.

 

New Testament Studies

 

In this series you will study the New Testament from various standpoints.  In the first course you will be presented with a complete, book by book bare bones overview of the New Testament.  The textbook will be "New Testament Survey" by Dr. T.E. VanBuskirk.  In the second course you will undertake a study of selected portions of the New Testament in an "unpretending examination of certain passages of Scripture" through certain character and doctrinal studies.  The textbook will be "Studies In the New Testament" by A. Webster, D.D.  Other courses will be added later.


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Cannot be credited toward a degree or certificate.

New Testament Survey

A bare-bones overview of the New Testament


   The purpose of this class is to give you a comprehensive framework on which to hang your studies of the Bible.  This is a bare-bones skeleton which you can then flesh out during your lifetime of study of God's Word in the New Testament.
   When used in conjunction with the Old Testament Survey class, you will have a complete framework for study of the entire Bible.


  • METHOD OF STUDY:
    1.
    Student is required to read the text, "New Testament Survey," by Dr. T.E. VanBuskirk, reading each of the books of the Bible that correspond to each lesson as you do that lesson.  The student is required to complete the review questions in the textbook at the end of each of the sections and correct them from the text.  All answers must match those in the text before proceeding to the next section
    .
    2. Write out each of the scriptures referenced in the textbook- only the ones indicated by the blank lines following a scripture reference.

  • NOTE:  Student should not complete more than one section in any one week.
    Some sections, such as the first section, may take several weeks to complete.
    Suggested attendance is one week per lesson.
    Suggested attendance
    for the entire course is 27 weeks minimum.

  • There are no section tests in this course.  The review questions at the end of each section are only for your use for a means of review.  Any blanks in the scriptures in the textbook are only there to make sure you look up every scripture referenced in the textbook.

  • There will be a final test at the end of the course.  The Final Test will be closed book.

  • We do not keep records for Monitoring Only students.  However, should you want to keep track of your progress you may download and print a COURSE RECORD FORM.  On it you can keep all pertinent information for the course.


  • Read required text:  New Testament Survey  by Dr. T.E. VanBuskirk
    You may download this textbook from our library or you can simply read it online.
    You may print out the textbook from the small file accessed by the textbook link above if you so choose.  However, if you want to print out the textbook at higher quality, then go to the library and download the larger file for printing.


  • FINAL TEST
    Once you have completed all sections of the textbook and passed all of the corresponding review tests, and found the correct answers to any questions missed on any test, then you may submit the Final Test Contract Form and retrieve the Password and, upon receiving the Password, take the Final Test for the course.  Final Test is "closed book" and you must submit the Final Test Contract Form before taking the test.  There is a 15 minute time limit on the test. You will see a time-remaining clock in the upper right hand corner of the test.  Time doesn't start until your first question comes up on the screen.
    If you fail the final test then you need to restudy both the textbook and all of the section review tests and then retake the final test. One day for study is suggested before you retake the test.  Repeat this process until you pass the Final Test.
    If you miss any questions on the Final Test, even though you received a passing grade, it is suggested that you review the textbook and all of the section tests and find the correct answers to the questions you missed.  This will afford you the best opportunity to gain the most from your study of this course.

 

This Final Test is "closed book."
Please click here before proceeding to the Final test
to submit the "Closed Book Test Contract form."  This form
MUST be submitted before you take the test in order
to retrieve the Password.

FINAL TEST


Monitoring Only
Cannot be credited toward a degree or certificate.

Studies in the New Testament

by A. Webster, D.D.

 

COURSE NOT YET AVAILABLE!
Do not attempt to take this course until this warning is removed!


In this second course in New Testament Studies you will examine selected portions of the New Testament in an "unpretending examination of certain passages of Scripture" through certain character and doctrinal studies.  The textbook will be "Studies In the New Testament" by A. Webster, D.D.

  • METHOD OF STUDY:
    1.
    Student is required to read the text, "Studies In the New Testament" by A. Webster, D.D.
        Access the text by lessons from the list below.
    2. Student is required to look up and read every scripture in your KJV that is referenced in
    each lesson as you do that lesson.

  • NOTE:  Student should not complete more than one lesson/section in any one week.
    Some longer lessons/sections may take several weeks to complete.
    Suggested attendance is one week per lesson.  
        Some lessons/sections will take two weeks (two hours) of study for sufficient study of the material.
    Suggested minimum required attendance
    for the entire course is 30 weeks.

  • There will be a final test at the end of the course.  The Final Test will be closed book.

  • We do not keep records for Monitoring Only students.  However, should you want to keep track of your progress you may download and print a COURSE RECORD FORM.  On it you can keep all pertinent information for the course.


  • Read required text: Studies In the New Testament by A. Webster, D.D.
    If you would like a copy of this classic textbook for your library, you may download a copy from our library.
    However, you cannot use that copy as the textbook for this course.  It does not contain the Editor's notes nor Course instructions.
    You must use the following links to the individual sections of the textbook that are divided into lessons for this course..
    Individual lesson links:

    Lesson 1

    Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Lesson 7
    Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 10 Lesson 11 Lesson 12 Lesson 13 Lesson 14
    Lesson 15 Lesson 16 Lesson 17 Lesson 18 Lesson 19 Lesson 20 Lesson 21
    Lesson 22 Lesson 23 Lesson 24 Lesson 25 Lesson 26 Lesson 27 Lesson 28
    Lesson 29

 

  • You are required to return to this page to take the Lesson Tests after studying each lesson.
    Lesson Test links:

    Test 1

    Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 Test 7
    Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Test 12 Test 13 Test 14
    Test 15 Test 16 Test 17 Test 18 Test 19 Test 20 Test 21
    Test 22 Test 23 Test 24 Test 25 Test 26 Test 27 Test 28
    Test 29

     

  • FINAL TEST
    Once you have completed all sections of the textbook and passed all of the corresponding review tests, and found the correct answers to any questions missed on any test, then you may submit the Final Test Contract Form and retrieve the Password and, upon receiving the Password, take the Final Test for the course.  Final Test is "closed book" and you must submit the Final Test Contract Form before taking the test.  There is a 15 minute time limit on the test. You will see a time-remaining clock in the upper right hand corner of the test.  Time doesn't start until your first question comes up on the screen.
    If you fail the final test then you need to restudy both the textbook and all of the section review tests and then retake the final test. Repeat this process until you pass the Final Test.  It is suggested that student spend one day for restudy of the material before repeating the test.
    If you miss any questions on the Final Test, even though you received a passing grade, it is suggested that you review the textbook and all of the section tests and find the correct answers to the questions you missed.  This will afford you the best opportunity to gain the most from your study of this course.

 

This Final Test is "closed book."
Please click here before proceeding to the Final test
to submit the "Closed Book Test Contract form."  This form
MUST be submitted before you take the test in order
to retrieve the Password and for your score
to be added to your file.

FINAL TEST