I wish more of Prof. Martin's course were online
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
More reviews of Introduction to New Testament History and Literature
But then, I suppose that's what introductory courses are meant to be. The lecturer's flippancy towards the subject is off-putting, however. I am no fundamentalist, but a modicum of respect might be expected when dealing with such matters. But it is not to be. He seems much more interested in...Read full review »
holographeme via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/01/12
Over the course of 3 months I watched all 26 sessions of this course. It was well done and I recommend it. That said, I also recommend reading "An Introduction to the New Testament" by Carson & Moo because it offers detailed scholarly assessments of the pseudonymity arguments that are found in...Read full review »
Prharp via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/22/10
Dr Martin's lecture of the New Testament is by far the most informative, unbiased view of early Christianity. He teaches you how to actually study the New Testament (Bible) for what "it" says, not for what others say it says. I believe this lecture will be available in print, as well, early next...Read full review »
Bible Debates via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/23/11
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