Introducción al Nuevo Testamento

Un estudio histórico, literario y teológico

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Please note: This page is for the first edition of Introducing the New Testament and will be taken down on 7/13/18. If you use bookmarks, please update them to the second edition eSources site.

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At Baker Academic’s Textbook eSources for Introducing the New Testament, you will find a number of items designed to supplement your New Testament course.

Teaching Aids
For each chapter in Introducing the New Testament, this website provides

  • a set of discussion prompts,
  • pedagogical suggestions,
  • and a PowerPoint outline.

These are organized by chapter. To view all the PowerPoint files together, go here.

Additionally, you may view all the bibliographies, maps, and 144 sidebars from the text by browsing the “Themes” section of the site.

Test Banks
Click here to request a test bank for Introducing the New Testament.

The additional readings referenced in the textbook (“Hyperlinks”) may prove helpful for your students as they work on class projects and train for ministry. There are 235 Hyperlinks on this website, including extensive and up-to-date bibliographies for each chapter. These additional materials provide deeper perspective on New Testament topics and serve as resources for professors who want to use the text in a graduate or seminary context.

Browse the Hyperlinks here, or download them all as a single PDF.

Student Study Aids
Finally, you may want to peruse the materials we have designed for students. These study aids include chapter summaries, chapter objectives, study questions, flash cards, and self-quizzes, as well as introductory videos from Mark Allan Powell for each chapter. Click here to enter the student site.

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