Exploring the New Testament
Exploring the New Testament distills the most important themes, background, and content of each New Testament book. Even the most familiar chapters of the Bible take on new dimensions when you see them as part of a sweeping panorama of the story of salvation.
For hundreds of years, God’s people lived in darkness. But then the light of Christ shone forth.
From the birth of Jesus to the final promise of Revelation, the New Testament is rich with the truth of the gospel, giving Christians wisdom on how to draw near to their Saviour and live a God-honouring life.
In Exploring the New Testament, Walter M. Dunnet, a lifelong teacher of the New Testament, distills the most important themes, background, and content of each New Testament book. This careful, scholarly survey is perfect for use in Bible classes and seminaries.
Even the most familiar chapters of the Bible take on new dimensions when you see them as part of a sweeping panorama of the story of salvation. Join thousands of students in Africa who have benefited from Exploring the New Testament, and learn more about the incredible hope we have as Christians.
Walter M. Dunnett has served on several faculties as a Professor of Bible from 1958 to 1992. These include Moody Bible Institute, Chicago; Wheaton College, Wheaton; Trinity College Seminary, Deerfield; and finally at Northwestern College, St Paul. He has served as a minister with the Episcopal Church since 1992. He received his PhD in Biblical Literature from Western Reserve University.