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New Testament Theology
Lectures given at Myanmar Institute of Theology for M.Div. 2d year students by Rev. Timothy C. Geoffrion, Ph.D., 2018-19 school year.
Week 1- Introduction
Week 2- Introduction to Pauline Theology
Week 5- Synthesis of Paul’s Teaching
Week 6- Evolution of Pauline Theology
This lecture is part of a three week series on “The Synoptic Gospels: Christianity & Jesus of Nazareth.” The topics include what Jesus meant by righteousness, the key to understanding Matthew’s emphasis on the Law, and how we should interpret this Jewish-Christian form of Christianity today.
This is part of a three week series “The Synoptic Gospels: Christianity & Jesus of Nazareth.” This week, Tim discusses Jesus’ divine origins, Luke’s emphasis on social justice issues and the work of the Holy Spirit, the origins of the Christian church, and the power of the Gospel and Christian mission.
Week 10- The Gospel of John
In this lecture, Dr. Tim Geoffrion talks about what holds the many writings of the Bible all together, including what are the dominant themes. He summarizes the key theological images of God, the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. In the second session, he addresses such issues as how human beings are like God, yet different; the relationship of the Old Testament to the New; and, how the biblical writers expect readers to respond to the Bible.