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Title: New Testament Survey


1
New Testament Survey
  • Ulaanbatar 18-23 May 2009
  • Erdenet 6-8 Sept 2010
  • Darhan 9-11 Sept 2010

2
The New Testament Bookshelf
22
The Gospels
History
Acts
Letters by Paul
Prophecy
General Letters
Revelation
3
The New Testament Building
21
Pauls Letters to Pastors Pauls Letters to Pastors Pauls Letters to Pastors Pauls Letters to Pastors Pauls Letters to Pastors Pauls Letters to Pastors Pauls Letters to Pastors
1 Timothy 2 Timothy Titus Titus Philemon
Pauls Letters to Churches 2 Thessalonians Revelation General Letters
Pauls Letters to Churches 1 Thessalonians Jude General Letters
Pauls Letters to Churches Colossians 3 John General Letters
Pauls Letters to Churches Philippians 2 John General Letters
Pauls Letters to Churches Ephesians 1 John General Letters
Pauls Letters to Churches Galatians 2 Peter General Letters
Pauls Letters to Churches 2 Corinthians 1 Peter General Letters
Pauls Letters to Churches 1 Corinthians James General Letters
Pauls Letters to Churches Romans Hebrews General Letters
Acts Acts Acts Acts Acts
Matthew Mark Mark Luke John
Historical Books Historical Books Historical Books Historical Books Historical Books Historical Books Historical Books
Adapted from Walk Thru the Bible
4
EACH NT BOOK IN THREE WORDS
33
EXPERIENCE
HISTORY of Christ
PROPHECY
Rom. Righteousness of God 1 Cor. Church
Problems Solved 2 Cor. Clearing Paul's
Reputation Gal. Gospel of Liberty Eph.
Exaltation in Christ Phil. Priority of
Unity Col. Church's Ascended Head 1 Thes.
Triumph before Return 2 Thes. Tribulation
before Return 1 Tim. Trust in Timothy 2 Tim.
Teach the Church Titus Truthless Teachers
Denounced Phile. Pardon of Onesimus
Revelation Revelation of Future
Matthew Messiah for Jews Mark Messiah Is
Servant Luke Likeness of Man John Jesus Is God
History of Church
Acts Apostles of Church
Heb. Hasten to Maturity James Jews' Belief
Behaves 1 Peter Patience in Trials 2 Peter
Purge False Teachers 1 John Joy in Fellowship 2
John Judge False Teachers 3 John Joy of
Hospitality Jude Judgment on Apostates
Terry Hall, Bible Panorama, 121
5
THEMES OF NEW TESTAMENT BOOKS
Matthew tells of Christ the King But Mark shows Jesus serving. In Luke He's the Son of man But in John He's God plus man.   Acts records the church witness Romans tells God's righteousness. Corinth church needs correction Paul defends his position.   Free from Law, says Galatians Saved by grace, says Ephesians. Rejoice, says Philippians Christ is Head in Colossians.   Thessalonians both say, Christ is coming any day. Two times Paul wrote Timothy, Be faithful in ministry. Teach the truth, Paul told Titus Philemon treat slave like us. In Hebrews Christ is better, James a practical letter.   Peter says to be patient Of falsehood not tolerant. John first writes of fellowship But to falsehood do not slip.   Third John says help true preachers But Jude warns of false teachers. John saw Christ in a vision, Which gave him Revelation.   CHORUS Yes, read your Bible. Yes, read your Bible. Yes, read your Bible. It's all about Jesus!
(This may be sung to the tune of "Jesus Loves Me.") (This may be sung to the tune of "Jesus Loves Me.")
6
The Gospels
NIV Study Bible, 1471
  • Gospel" comes from the Old English "God-spell.
    Greek word for "good news."
  • King's messengers used to announce "glad tidings"
    of the king's birthday throughout the kingdom.
  • Similary, the four Gospels announce the glad
    tidings about Jesus.
  • The ancient world knew of history, poetry,
    prophecy and letters. But a "gospel" was new to
    them.
  • Here, inspired writers created faith (John
    2030-31) by proclaiming the good news that God
    had sent His Messiah to the world.

7
Synoptic Similarities
  • Matthew, Mark and Luke are so much alike that
    they are called Synoptic ("see with," or "see
    alike") Gospels. They all look at Christs life
    from a historical perspective. On the other hand,
    John's Gospel dwells more on the inner meaning of
    Jesus' life and teachings.
  • How do the first three Gospels agree?
  • Language
  • Material they include
  • General order of the events and sayings from the
    life of Christ

8
Authors of the Gospels
52
Name Nationality Home Town Occupation Relation-ships Chapters Written Verses Written Books Written
Matthew Jew Capernaum Tax Collector Apostle of Jesus Christ 28 1,071 Gospel of Matthew
Mark Jew / Roman Jerusalem Missionary Disciple of Peter 16 678 Gospel of Mark
Luke Greek Antioch Physician Disciple of Paul 52 2,158 Gospel of Luke Acts
John Jew Bethsaida or Capernaum Fisherman Apostle of Jesus Christ 50 1,414 Gospel of John 1 John 2 John 3 John Revelation
9
52
The Four Gospels Compared
Matthew Mark Luke John
Date Written Audience 40s Greek-speaking Jews 64-68 Persecuted Christians in Rome 57-59 Theophilus late 60s Greeks
Jesus is   King of Israel (Messiah) Suffering Servant (Deity) Ideal Man (Messiah) Son of God (Deity)
Key Word Kingdom Discipleship Sovereignty 1 Believe
Key Verse 215 1045 1910 2031
10
Distances Miles From Jerusalem Bethany 2 Bet
helehem 6 Caesarea Philippi 105 Cana 69
Capernaum 85 Emmaus 7 Jericho 15
Jordan 21 Mediterranean 40 Sidon 130
Sychar 31 Tyre 106 Zarephath 118 From
Capernaum Bethsaida 6 Caesarea Philippi 27
Cana 16 Nain 22 Mediterranean 32
Nazareth 23 Zarephath 45 Tyre 37
11
Every Geographical Location in the Gospels
11
How Well Do You Know the Life of Christ?
53
4
6
3
7
1
5
10
8
2
9
Terry Hall, Bible Panorama, 121
12
NT Overview (History)
38 124 39-41
To the remotest part of the earth (Acts
18) Acts 9 13 14 15 16 18
21 27 28
Apr 48- Sep 49 1 Galatia
Spr 53- May 57 3 Asia
Feb 60- Mar 62 1 Rome
Aut 67- Spr 68 2 Rome
Spr 62- Fall 67 4 Spain
Apr 50- Sep 52 2 Aegean
May 57- Aug 59 Trials
May 57- Aug 59 Damascus Antioch
Spring 68 Expansion of Church
Fall 49 The Council
35 48 49 50
52 53 57 60 62
67 68 95
Matthew Israel 40s Kingdom
Gospels Acts
Gospels Acts
13
Matthew in Eight Sections
67
Bethlehem Nazareth 11411
 Prepares Disciples 1613 2034
14

THE LINE OF DAVID The Royal Genealogy of Jesus
Christ
ADAM EVE
CAIN ABEL SETH
NOAH
ABRAHAM
DAVID BATHSHEBA
NATHAN SOLOMON
The FAMILY Right Luke 3 23-38
The LEGAL Right Matt 1 1-17
BLOOD RIGHT
LEGAL RIGHT
MARY JOSEPH
JESUS CHRIST

37
15
Key Word Verses
67
Key Word Kingdom
Key Verse Say to the daughter of Zion, See,
your king comes to you, gentle and riding on a
donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey
(Matthew 215)
Matthew
16
The Great Commission
Matthew 2818-20 18Then Jesus came to them and
said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has
been given to me. 19Therefore go and make
disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the
name of, 20and teaching them to obey everything
I have commanded you. And surely I am with you
always, to the very end of the age."
17
Summary Statement
67
Summary Statement Matthew (1) proves Jesus as
Messiah for unbelieving Jews to trust Him, and
(2) explains that the kingdom is postponed due
to Israels rejection of Christ as King for
believing Jews to see His present kingdom
authority as residing in the Church.
18
NT Overview (History)
38 124 39-41
To the remotest part of the earth (Acts
18) Acts 9 13 14 15 16 18
21 27 28
Apr 48- Sep 49 1 Galatia
Spr 53- May 57 3 Asia
Feb 60- Mar 62 1 Rome
Aut 67- Spr 68 2 Rome
Spr 62- Fall 67 4 Spain
Apr 50- Sep 52 2 Aegean
May 57- Aug 59 Trials
May 57- Aug 59 Damascus Antioch
Spring 68 Expansion of Church
Fall 49 The Council
35 48 49 50
52 53 57 60 62
67 68 95
Matt
Luke
Mark
Acts
Gospels Acts
Gospels Acts
19
Mark
Key Verse For even the Son of Man did not come
to be served, but to serve, and to give his
life as a ransom for many (Mark 1045).
serve
give his life
20
Mark
Gospel of Action immediately 41x
Key Word Discipleship
Summary Statement Mark presents in a pastoral
concern selected events about Christ, the Son
of God (deity) who serves as the model
Suffering Servant, to exhort persecuted Roman
believers to true discipleship for Christ.
21
NT Overview (History)
38 124 39-41
To the remotest part of the earth (Acts
18) Acts 9 13 14 15 16 18
21 27 28
Apr 48- Sep 49 1 Galatia
Spr 53- May 57 3 Asia
Feb 60- Mar 62 1 Rome
Aut 67- Spr 68 2 Rome
Spr 62- Fall 67 4 Spain
Apr 50- Sep 52 2 Aegean
May 57- Aug 59 Trials
May 57- Aug 59 Damascus Antioch
Spring 68 Expansion of Church
Fall 49 The Council
35 48 49 50
52 53 57 60 62
67 68 95
Matt
Luke
Gospels Acts
Gospels Acts
22
Luke Book Chart
93
23
Key Word and Verse
Luke
Key Word Sovereignty 1
 Key Verse For the Son of Man came to seek and
to save what was lost (Luke 1910).
24
Argument
Luke's Gospel is written from a Gentile mind to
the Gentile mind to confirm Theophilus' faith but
also to answer how the Jewish Savior could be a
Savior for Gentiles. Since Israel has rejected
its Messiah, all men can receive salvation by
simple faith, a message which is continued in
Luke's Book of Acts, which chronicles the kingdom
message from its reception by Jerusalem Jews to
Gentiles in the uttermost part of the Roman
Empire.
25
Responses to Amazing Birth News
Zechariah
Mary
Too old for baby
Too young for baby
How can I be sure?
How will this be?
Doubted Gods word
Asked Gods method
Ended up dumb
Ended submissive
26
Times of the Gentiles (Luke 2124)
27
The Church and Kingdom (Luke 1941-44)
28
The Two Anointings of Jesus
Luke 736-50 Early in Ministry Weeping For
worship, womans sins forgiven (Luke 748) By
unnamed harlot at home of Simon the Pharisee
(Luke 740)
John 121-11 Matt. 266-13 Mark 143-9 Began
Passion Week No weeping noted For burial, woman
needed no forgiveness By Mary, Lazarus sister,
at home of Simon the Leper (Matt. 266 Mark
143)
29
NT Overview (History)
38 124 39-41
To the remotest part of the earth (Acts
18) Acts 9 13 14 15 16 18
21 27 28
Apr 48- Sep 49 1 Galatia
Spr 53- May 57 3 Asia
Feb 60- Mar 62 1 Rome
Aut 67- Spr 68 2 Rome
Spr 62- Fall 67 4 Spain
Apr 50- Sep 52 2 Aegean
May 57- Aug 59 Trials
May 57- Aug 59 Damascus Antioch
Spring 68 Expansion of Church
Fall 49 The Council
35 48 49 50
52 53 57 60 62
67 68 95
Matt
Luke
John
Mark
Acts
Gospels Acts
Gospels Acts
30
Overview of Johns Gospel
107
Deity Made Man for Eternal Life Deity Made Man for Eternal Life Deity Made Man for Eternal Life Deity Made Man for Eternal Life Deity Made Man for Eternal Life Deity Made Man for Eternal Life
Deity of the Son of God Revelation of the Son of God Revelation of the Son of God Preparation of the Sons Disciples Passion Resurrection of the Son of God Adequacy of the Son of God
11-18 1191250 1191250 1317 1820 21
Prologue Public Public Private Public Private
Incarnation 2 Signs Received 119454 5 Signs Rejected 512 Upper Room Discourse (no signs) Ultimate Sign Last Sign
Eternity Past Fall AD 29- Monday, 30 March 33 Fall AD 29- Monday, 30 March 33 Thursday, 2 April 33 Friday, 3 April 33- Sunday, 5 April 33 May, AD 33
Ephesus (AD 65-69) Ephesus (AD 65-69) Ephesus (AD 65-69) Ephesus (AD 65-69) Ephesus (AD 65-69) Ephesus (AD 65-69)

31
Synthesis
113
11-18 Prologue Deity
1191250 Public Revelation through 7 Signs
and 8 Discourses
1317 Private Preparation of Disciples
1820 Public Passion/Resurrection
21 Private Epilogue Adequacy
32
John
Key Word Believe
Key Verse Jesus did many other miraculous signs
in the presence of his disciples, which are not
recorded in this book. But these are written
that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ,
the Son of God, and that by believing you may
have life in his name (John 2030-31).
33
JOHNS I AM STATEMENTS

111
2
1
MATTHEW
MARK
  • I am! Dont be afraid (620) 2. I am the
    bread of life (635)
  • I am the light of the world (812)
  •  Before Abraham was, I am (858)
  •  I am the door of the sheep (107)
  •  I am the good shepherd (1011, 14)
  •  I am the resurrection and the life (1125)
  •  I am the way, the truth, and the life (146)
  • I am the true vine (151)

JEWS
ROMANS
SERVANT
KING
SAID
DID
3
LUKE
GREEKS
GOD/MAN
FELT
22
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Signs in Johns Gospel
111
Signs unique to John's Gospel (six of the nine
miracles)
Seven pre-cross signs are recorded 1. Changing
water into wine at Cana (21-11)  2. Healing the
official's son in Capernaum (446-54)  3.
Healing the invalid at the Pool of Bethesda
(51-18)  4. Feeding the 5,000 near the Sea of
Galilee (61-15)  5. Walking on water in the Sea
of Galilee (616-24)  6. Healing the man born
blind in Jerusalem (91-7)  7. Raising Lazarus
from the dead in Bethany (111-45)
Two post-cross signs are also recorded 1.
Resurrection of Christ (ch. 20)  2. Miraculous
catch of fish at Sea of Galilee (211-13)
Therefore, the total miracles in John equal nine
signs.
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