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Gundry’s Survey of the New Testament goes beyond providing background information and technical introductory material and leads students to read the New Testament itself.
In this special Olive Tree collection not only can you read the Survey of the New Testament, 5th Edition, but you can also supplement and augment the text with author Robert Gundry in Survey of the New Testament: Audio Lectures.
The ebook text, whenever possible, provides general questions of introduction and background that are tied to assigned readings covering the entire New Testament. In addition, comments on these readings help students with interpretation and follow the flow of thought from one passage to another. Additional features include:
The accompanying Survey of the New Testament: Audio Lectures allow you to step inside the classroom with Robert Gundry for a unique audio learning experience that, unlike a traditional audiobook's direct narration of a book's text, includes high quality live-recordings of college-level lectures that cover the important points from each subject as well as relevant material from other sources. Each chapter is introduced by an overview lesson, followed by a handful of short sessions on key topics. Accessibly formatted and focused on the most significant topics and discussions in the textbook, A Survey of the New Testament: Audio Lectures is an indispensable resource for students and independent learners alike.
For more information on the products in this collection, see the links below:
Survey of the New Testament, 5th Edition
Survey of the New Testament: Audio Lectures
Robert H. Gundry (PhD, Manchester) is a scholar-in-residence and professor emeritus of New Testament and Greek at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California. Among his books are Mark: A Commentary on His Apology for the Cross; Matthew: A Commentary on His Handbook for a Mixed Church Under Persecution, Soma in Biblical Theology, and Jesus the Word According to John the Sectarian.