A Goldmine of NT Resources (Powell)

The companion site for Mark Allan Powells Introducing the New Testament has an incredible amount of (free) resources for teaching New Testament – all the sidebars and maps from the book.  See: http://www.introducingnt.com/

all of this material can be used in the classroom—you may print and reproduce it, display it on screen in the classroom, or use the information in PowerPoint slides. Even if you are not using this particular book in your classroom, you will find resources here that are helpful for teaching any New Testament course.

Here are some examples of the hyperlinked resources for Luke:

  • Powell-int-book-3d-web7.1. Content Summary: Expanded Overview of the Gospel of LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.2. Authorship of Luke’s GospelDownload as a PDF
  • 7.3. The Community of Luke: Clues from the Gospel and ActsDownload as a PDF
  • 7.4. Distinctive Characteristics of Luke’s GospelDownload as a PDF
  • 7.5. Passages from Mark Omitted by LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.6. The Journey Motif in LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.7. Worship in the Gospel of LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.8. The Last Supper and Other Suppers in the Gospel of LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.9. Jesus as Messiah, Lord, and SaviorDownload as a PDF
  • 7.10. Jesus as the Promised OneDownload as a PDF
  • 7.11. Pagan Images for Jesus in the Gospel of LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.12. Luke’s Use of “Today”Download as a PDF
  • 7.13. The Passion of Jesus in the Gospel of LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.14. Parallel Stories of Jesus and John the Baptist in LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.15. Two Christmas Stories: Similarities and DifferencesDownload as a PDF
  • 7.16. Jesus as Son and Servant in LukeDownload as a PDF
  • 7.17. Luke in the Revised Common LectionaryDownload as a PDF
  • 7.18. Bibliography: The Gospel of LukeDownload as a PDF
  • HT: Mark Goodacre, Duke, who is impressed with the book, but not happy about how it presents the Synoptic issue.

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    1. […] new book,  Introducing the New Testament : A Historical, Literary, and Theological Survey is supposed to be very good.  Andreas Kostenberger and two other NT profs.  recently released  The Cradle, the Cross, and […]

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