Introducing the New Testament, 2nd Edition

A Historical, Literary, and Theological Survey

Materials available for professors by request only

Welcome!

This page contains eSources for the second edition of Introducing the New Testament. To go to the first edition site, click here.


Welcome, professors!

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

  • chapter objectives,
  • pedagogical suggestions,
  • and a set of discussion prompts.

These are organized by chapter.

PowerPoint Slides

Download PowerPoint presentations by chapter here.

Test Bank (Coming August 2018)

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

Explore Readings

The additional Explore readings referenced in the textbook may prove helpful for your students as they work on class projects and train for ministry. There are 670 Explore readings on this website, including all the boxes from the text and 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 Explore readings by chapter, where they are available in two formats: as webpages for easy online reading and as PDF files to download or print. You can also download all the Explore readings as a single PDF.

Student Study Aids

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


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