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 to come by. I recommend this course to Christians across the spectrum, from liberal to conservative, for its scholarship and approachability and especially for its open challenge to examine your beliefs and opinions.
Pghsportsguy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/21/13
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This is a serious academic class which is very imformative. I found Professor Martin to be unbiased and informative. If you are willing to be academic and set aside prejudices, you will learn from this course.
bobmarleysaget via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/11
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
This course uses a historical perspective and put me back to the ages of early Christianity. It helped a lot for me to understand the bible in historical lens. Who wrote the book, to what audience, under which circumstance, to which audience, address which problems. Certainly, Christianity has...Read full review »
Albertyy55 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/15/12
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