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Introduction to New Testament History and Literature
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4.3 stars from 172 ratings
Wonderful Class
My only regret of this class is I could not have been in the lecture hall and got to meet Dr Martin personally. Incredibly insightful into the development of Christianity and further proved to me, the more I think I know the more I realize I do not know much. Thank you for opening so many new...Read full review »
Blakehoward2000 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/01/15
Very informative
I really enjoyed this couse and found the speaker easy to listen to and knowledgeable.
hebeodora via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 07/22/13
Nearly at the end of this course I think it is my favorite, my only regret is I didn't do the readings. Engaging teaching style, wide ranging, very funny. I found the asides as interesting and informative as the main topics.
gregmunger via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/15/13
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