Course Description and Purpose
This is a study of the thirteen (13) letters of Apostle Paul emphasizing on the basic historical backgrounds, events, purpose, chronological order, structure, theology and ethical teachings.
The course will show the value of understanding the Bible in its historical, geographical, linguistic, and literary setting. Students will be able to explain ways in which God intervenes in time and space, and how this worldview is supported by the inspired Scriptures. Students will be able to tell the meta-story of the Bible to non-believers. Students will apply underlying biblical principles of holy love in their lives as a godly example to others.
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- Teaching Notes