I am familiar with the four gospels, but the rest is some what new.
Quite familiar with the New Testament
As a Sunday School Teacher, I am very familiar with the New Testament.
I’ve read it several times beginning to end and have taken classes from my church on the New Testament.
I’m just now learning.
Since I was in high school I was exposed to bible studies. I praise God for allowing me to have a deeper understanding through ODB Univ and my church in-house training.
By reading the New Testament, I have learned that this wonderful love story has filled my heart and my soul with peace because of all that Jesus Christ did for me.
Growing up ,all I knew was,to understand Christianity you have to know about the New Testament and forget the ‘flesh” attitudes in the old testament.To be born again meant you have accepted Jesus Christ as the savior who died for our sins, ascended into heaven after the 3rd day when he rose.
I would say that I am “Sunday School” familiar with the New Testament. My overall understanding of the New Testament is probably as comprehensive as what a child would learn in Sunday School about stories from the New Testament.
I am very familiar with the New Testament, b but I want do get a deeper understanding or more knowledge of it. I want to grow more in His word.
I am familiar with the New Testament in that it completes the story that was begun in the Beginning with the message that Jesus Saves! I love that it’s the fulfillment of what was promised from the start. I want to know more about each book of the New Testament, but believe I have a solid understanding of the message of the New Testament.
mentre l’A.T. ci profetizzava che sarebbe venuto il messia
il NT adempie l’AT in quanto il figlio di Dio è venuto ed ha realizzato l’opera eccelsa di salvezza per mezzo della croce
il NT ci dice ancora che Il Signore Dio tornerà e porterà a compimento la realizzazione di tutto le cose scritte ma non ancora adempiute.
Jesus’s love is all we need. It can lead to everlasting life. It is our hope and our salvation. We must share this to the ends of the earth so all might be saved.The Holy Spirit gives us the tools.
I have read the New Testament, but somehow I feel that my knowledge of it is fragmented. I am looking for this course to but the pieces together and explain the New Testament in a way that will give me a deeper understanding of each book.
I feel like I’m pretty familiar with it, as I’ve read it and have been taught from it all my life. Of course there are probably still things I could learn from it.
I thought I had a basic understanding of the New Testament but apparently I was wrong in that assumption. I know the story but never realized how these 27 books all fit together and paint a much clearer picture of Jesus.
I am familiar enough. But I want to be more than familiar with the New Testament. I want to understand It and apply it to my life. Eventually, I want to pass on that knowledge and understanding to others. I want to be able to memorize some key scriptures as well as comfortably answer those who don’t yet know Him. I want to be close to Him.
I am familiar enough. But I want to be more than familiar with the New Testament. I want to understand It and apply it to my life. Eventually, I want to pass on that knowledge and understanding to other. I want to be able to memorize some key scriptures as well as comfortably answer those who don’t yet know Him. I want to be close to Him.
I am fairly conversant with the new tesatment. However, there is still more that as a beliver that I need to learn so as to grow more in my walk of faith with the Lord.
The New Testament completes the love story that began in the Old Testament. I am very familiar with the New Testament love story. The New Testament love story provides for us the greatest story ever told. The ultimate love story of Jesus’s birth, death, burial, and resurrection. It is the greatest story ever told because it was not only an unselfish sacrifice but also a demonstration of humility. Out of an act of humility, God took on the form of a human, left a priestly position in heaven, and came down to this sinful world to die on a rugged cross.
The question I would like to propose is, how much do we love our Heavenly Father? John 3:16 say it clearly that God so loved the word, that He gave His only begotten son. That whosoever believeth on Him should no parish but have everlasting life. Even after Jesus died on the cross for our sins, He promised us that if we believe on Him, we would live forever with Him. His love never ends. He loves us so dearly that He has prepared a place for us in heaven. A place of security, peace, joy, and happiness. I am so thankful that His love never fails and it never runs out. Therefore, I have chosen to receive His everlasting love.
I am somewhat familiar with the new testament.
What I knew before to what I know is remarkable. So glad I was able to take this class.
I thought I was familiar with the story and life of Jesus but as I learned by doing the Old Testament Basis 101 course I really know nothing. What a shame that is but also a beautiful stepping stone of growing my faith. I never knew how the Old Testament and New Testament intimately connected to each other. It is truly profound.
I thought I was very familiar with the New Testament, but after completing this lesson I see symbols and connections that I previously missed. There is a true love story between the Old and New Testaments and it has opened my eyes and further strengthened my faith. I plan on furthering my study of the New Testament so I can find more relationships with God and Jesus.
I have read the gospel accounts many times, the book of Acts a few times, the epistles and Revelation once. I have listened to a significant amount of teaching on the New Testament. And I have spent one year focused in the gospels using Lectio Divina.
I have read it all the way through once. I definitely could become more familiar with it.
I have a good understanding of the Gospels but I have never read the whole New Testament, just readings from church/small group.
I thought I had a basic grasp of the New Testament. But from the first lesson, I am learning so much more.
I have read the NT, but never in order from beginning to end. While I have heard/read all of the books, I do not have a distinct understanding of specific books. I don’t feel I have an overall understanding of themes and historical background of individual books.
I am familiar with the New Testament but I like that I can get an overview before I tackle each book. I have the general knowledge but would like to be able to comprehend the verses as God intended for them to be understood.