Christview Ministries offers New Testament survey

Friday, June 27, 2008
John Turner

BERRYVILLE -- John Turner of Christview Minstiries will conduct at survey of the New Testament from 9 a.m. to noon on most Saturdays, Aug. 2 through Nov. 22 at Christview Ministries Center.

The sequence and approximate schedule of study will be:

Aug. 2, The Gospel of Mark; Aug. 9, The Gospel of Matthew; Aug. 16, The Gospel of Luke; Aug. 23, The Acts of the Apostles; Sept. 6, The Letters of Paul, Part 1, Galatians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians; Sept. 13, The Letters of Paul, Part 2, 1 and 2 Corinthians; Sept. 20, The Letters of Paul, Part 3, Romans; Sept. 27, The Letters of Paul, Part 4, Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, Philippians; Oct. 4, The Letters of Paul, Part 5, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus; Oct. 11, The Letter to the Hebrews; Oct. 18, The Letters of James, 1 and 2 Peter, and Jude; Oct. 25, The Gospel of John; Nov. 1, The Letters of John, The Revelation to John 1-3; and Nov. 8, The Revelation to John 4-22

Nov. 15 and 22 will serve as make-up or catch-up days as needed.

If there is sufficient demand, Turner will offer an opportunity in the first portion of 2009 for those who wish to take the Survey of the Old Testament.

The sessions will be provided on a donation basis with $20 suggested for each session. Students can donate more or less as they are able, and no one will be turned away for financial reasons.

For more information or to indicate interest, contact Turner, (479) 253-5865 or

A student, who has completed Turner's's survey of the Old Testament, stated, "Before I took the survey of the Old Testament, I thought of the Old Testament as simply providing the historical background for the New Testament. John showed us how to find the main themes of each part of the Old Testament and then how to connect those themes to the big message running through the whole Bible. I now know that the entire Old Testament makes a great contribution to the overall message of the Bible and to our Christian faith. It all fits together. I'm anxious to go on to the Survey of the New Testament."

Another student who has also completed the Old Testament survey said, "I will never read the Old Testament the same way again. I'm planning to invite friends to the Survey of the New Testament."

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