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How to Solve Problems Using the New Testament as a Guide!

This weekend seminar is designed to help the student organize the books of the New Testament by presenting the books in a story line from the earliest to the latest written book. An overview of each book is presented with interest given to who wrote it, to whom it was written, what the content is, and what problems it was written to solve. This line of teaching is to help the believer understand how to solve real life problems by using the New Testament. We will:

  • Provide an overview of the Intertestamental Period from the close of the Old Testament book of Malachi until the birth narratives of Jesus to show the connection between the Old & New Testament. This helps believers to see how God works and continues to work in the lives of his people.
  • Compare the Old and New Testament books to demonstrate how the different kinds of literature provide a good reading guide for the reader. This provides good reading habits for the believer to begin to develop. Reading and understanding will lead to good application in their lives.
  • Illustrate the ministry of Jesus and how it continues to apply to today's life.
  • Help believers understand the larger life problems that the New Testament addresses and the solutions that it offers.

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