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outline of New Testament history by Moses Alfred Honline

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Published by The Bickley Press in Pasadena, Calif .
Written in English


  • Bible. N.T. -- Study

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Contains bibliographies.

Statementby M.A. Honline ...
LC ClassificationsBS2408 .H6
The Physical Object
Pagination59 p.
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6738464M
LC Control Number30003572

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Outlines of New Testament history.. [Francis E Gigot] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Introduction As previously mentioned, the New Testament falls into three categories based on their literary makeup—the historical, the epistolary, and the prophetical. The four Gospels make up about 46 percent and the book of Acts raises this to 60 percent. This means 60 percent of the New Testament is directly historical tracing the roots and historical development of Christianity.   New Testament Outlines - Thorough, analytical outlines of all New Testament Books. The Analytical Outlines of the New Testament represent a paragraph by paragraph, inductive study of each book, with titles for at least every paragraph. The depth of outlining is sometimes as deep as 8 or 9 levels. Some books have only three levels.   Daniel B. Wallace. Daniel B. Wallace has taught Greek and New Testament courses on a graduate school level since He has a Ph.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and is currently professor of New Testament Studies at his alma mater.

The setting of the New Testament within the Christian community is one factor that makes a biography of Jesus or a history of the 1st-century church difficult or impossible. The books of the New Testament were composed not in order to satisfy historical curiosity about the events they recount but to bear witness to a faith in the action of God through these events. Hullinger's format is a quick guide to each book of the New Testament providing everything from the date, occasion, and purpose of each book in memorable fashion. He then proceeds to make a logical, consistent and easy to understand outline of each book. His interpretive notes on controversial and hard to understand passages are from years of Reviews: The New Testament was NOT dropped from heaven. The New Testament was NOT delivered by an angel. The New Testament was NOT found in a farmer’s field like the Book of Mormon. The New Testament was NOT suddenly “discovered” in a clay jar with 27 “books” intact like the Dea Sea Scrolls or the Nag Hammadi texts. It is a book of profound encounters with God and His people. In all these encounters, God progressively reveals who He is and what His plans are for all mankind. It is not merely a history book, although it does take us through the history of the Israelites. Neither must the Old Testament be seen in isolation from the New Testament.

New York: Benziger Bros., [©] Edition/Format: Print book: English: 2d and rev. edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Bible. -- New Testament -- History of Biblical events. Bible. -- New Testament. History of Biblical events. More like this: Similar Items. BIBLE LANDS NOTES: General Outline of the New Testament 1 General Outline of the General Outline of the New TestamentNew Testament Testament BIOGRAPHICAL — THE LIFE OF CHRIST I. Matthew. Written for the Jews A. Descent of Jesus traced through David to Abraham. B. Life of Christ. II. Mark. Written for the Romans A. fulfilment of Old Testament history, ceremony and prophecy. The New Testament is divided into _____ sections: the Gospels (Matthew through John), history (the book of Acts), the Pauline Epistles (Romans through Hebrews), the General Epistles (James through Jude), and prophecy (the book of Revelation). The New Testament was written from. Jude is one of the latest books written in the New Testament. Like James, this book was also probably written by one of the Lord’s brothers (“Juda” in Mark ). Jude wrote in an attempt to quell growing apostasy in the branches. Finally, the New Testament ends with the revelation to the Apostle John, who recorded a vision of the Lord’s.