The course project focuses on a process to understand the context, objectives, and lessons from each book of the New Testament.

The course project focuses on a process to understand the context, objectives, and lessons from each book of the New Testament. As you create the weekly submissions, develop an end product that will flow together as a unit rather than five separate parts. Each week will involve following the same outline for different books. Please create it as a tool for learning and teaching.  You will receive the books for each week’s assignment from week to week. For Week One, submit your PowerPoint® on the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.

Each biblical book contains a key verse or verses that serve as the foundation for the book. Think of them like a thesis statement for a paper you would write. Key verses serve as a cornerstone for understanding the intent of the author and assist in interpreting the content of the book.  Please learn these verses because they offer direction about the meaning of the book. Again, think of how someone from the first century would respond to these verses and then how you respond to the verses.

Create a PowerPoint® that outlines the first four books of the New Testament with the following information:

Purpose of each book

Key verse(s), theme, and objectives

Context (author, date, sources, audience, setting, etc.)

Issues addressed in each book

THE PURPOSE OF THE GOSPELBOOKS; MATTHEW, MARK, LUKEAND JOHNThese four Gospel books were written by different authors fordifferent purposes. The book of Matthew had twofold purpose;…

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