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A Survey of the New Testament: Audio Lectures accompanies Robert Gundry's now-classic survey of the New Testament, a mainstay for college and graduate courses around the world, having been used by thousands of professors and students.

Unlike most New Testament surveys, these textbook and audio sessions lead students to actually study the Bible. 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.

©2017 Robert H. Gundry (P)2017 Zondervan

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Very informative, wrong focus

In this lecture series, the lecturer spends, what feels like more than half of the lecture series talking about the reliability of the New Testament and the certainty of when it was written and who wrote it.

My expectation of a survey of the New Testament is for 80%+ to be focused on the content of the New Testament. It isn’t a bad listen, but he can go on and on about things that Weren’t involving the content of the New Testament.

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Great text book!

I read the text and re-“read” it by listening to the audible. The author himself does lectures on each chapter which helped with retention. It’s not a word by word but you can see what the author thinks is important.

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Unfinished

Would have liked it, however the lip smacking and extra unrelated comments were very distracting.

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Not what I thought.

It was hard to follow. Great info, but he tends to leave to structure of the text.

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Great listen

Sounds great, the speaker has a good tone. It is an excellent summary of the New Testament.

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A Survey of The New Testament

I enjoyed this book, a little confusing at times. I will continue to study this book.

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