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Introduction to New Testament History and Literature
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4.2 stars from 146 ratings
Excellent course. I learned a ton and was entertained throughout the whole 28 episodes. Would highly recommend to anyone interested in the historical part of the New Testament and early Christianity/Christianities.
vabenslsne via Apple Podcasts · Mexico · 04/03/19
Good course
This was a good course which provided many new insights to me. However, the professor was frequently a snarky with his students about their lack of class participation.
kcfan89 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/15
a great overview
Martin covers a great deal of material in a relatively brief time without making you feel like you're missing something. I appreciated his approach that one should be skeptical even of the professor. He doesn't belittle more conservative views while he speaks of his own, which is sometimes hard...Read full review »
Pghsportsguy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/21/13
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