New Testament Survey 

(Updated April 22, 2015)

Description

This class offers a great introduction to the 27 books of the New Testament. Not only will you learn about the specifics of each book, but you will also learn how they all fit together as part of God’s story. The class will explore some of the major themes and emphases in the NT, seeking to apply the teachings found there to our lives.

New Testament Survey is offered in an “independent study” format. Some learners find this format challenging—particularly because of the personal discipline it requires. Nevertheless, independent study is an important means of adult learning.

How do I register for NT Survey?

If you are NOT an intern and need to register for NT Survey, use the following link.  

Upon registering, you will receive a link and login code for the NT Survey course website. All the resources you need for the class (syllabus, notes, readings, etc.) can be found on the course website.  The lecture files posted to the right and the materials posted below are the same resources found on the course website.


Are you a Second-Year Intern? (registration ends May 20)

If you are an intern doing NT Survey this summer, register here.  Upon registering, you will receive a link and login code for the NT Survey course website.   All the resources you need for the class (syllabus, notes, readings, etc.) can be found on the course website.  The lecture files posted to the right and the materials posted below are the same resources found on the course website. The document below will be your guide instead of the first two pages on the syllabus. (Note: The cost for NT Survey is $200.)

Intern Schedule and Overview

How do I get started?

  • After registering, the following will help you get started with NT Survey: 
  • Go to the NT Survey course website
  • Download the course materials (Syllabus, Lecture notes, and readings).
  • Carefully read the syllabus. Create a schedule for how you will complete the course. You will find a sample schedule on the second page of the syllabus and on the course website. (Note: Second-Year Interns should read the Intern Schedule and Overview document before reading the syllabus.)
  • The lectures can be found on the course website. (They are also posted to the right.) You can listen online or download them. Use the New Testament Manual, also known as the Lecture Notes, to follow along with the lectures.
  • Use the gradesheet to track your points. The gradesheet is located on the course website.

Where can I find course materials?

All of the materials can be found on the NT Survey course webiste. The syllabus for the class is also available on the NT Survey course website.  

Lecture Notes

Dunnett Readings

Garimus File Readings 


How do I take the final exam?

You will be taking your final exam on the NT Survey course website.  After you finish the exam, you will submit the grade sheet to us by email (see below).

You may only take this exam once!  For the purposes of this course exam, outside materials and notes (paper or electronic) are not permitted. Therefore, during the course of your exam, you may not have any other windows active on your computer (e.g. Outlook, Word, IM, other websites, etc.). Following these protocols is on the “honor system."

What if I have Questions?

If you have unanswered questions regarding New Testament Survey, please send an email to ibs.info@cru.org.

What if I never completed NT Survey and want to complete it now?

If you never finished New Testament Survey and want to finish now, please send an email to ibs.info@cru.org