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The Bible Minor Project

One of the value-added distinctives that sets Cedarville apart is that every student, regardless of major, receives a Bible minor. Made up of five courses, the Bible minor stretches students to think about God, His Word, and His world in whole new ways and encourages them to apply Scripture to all areas of their lives. We are excited to serve parents, churches, and the greater Body of Christ by providing these exceptional resources for personal and community study.

New Testament Literature Taught by Dr. Michael McKay

Michael McKay

New Testament Literature is the third course in Cedarville's Bible Minor sequence. You’ll survey the entire New Testament, including the historical background of the inter-testamental period, with special attention to key events, the authorship and literary genre of each book, and the unfolding of God’s redemptive purpose through Jesus Christ.

The videos below feature Dr. Michael McKay, Assistant Professor of Biblical Theology, as the course professor. Dr. McKay brings a passion for God's Word and a love for students to his classroom.

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Course Videos

The videos below are presented in the order of the class lectures.

The Bible as Story (part 1)

Dr. McKay begins discussing the overall storyline of Scripture; reading the Old and New Testament as a unified story.

The Bible as Story (part 2)

In this lecture, Dr. McKay continues his discussion of the unified storyline of the Bible, as well as giving necessary historical background.

Interlude 2nd Temple Period

Dr. McKay highlights the literature of the Gospels; examining what a Gospel looks like.

Matthew (part 1)

Today, Dr. McKay begins his discussion on the Gospel of Matthew.

Matthew (part 2)/Mark (part 1)

Dr. McKay concludes the Gospel of Matthew and begins discussing the Gospel of Mark.

Mark (part 2)/Luke (part 1)

Dr. McKay finishes the Gospel of Mark and begins his lecture on the Gospel of Luke.

Luke (part 2)/John (part 1)

Dr. McKay finishes his discussion on the Gospel of Luke and begins looking at the Gospel of John.

John (part 2)

Dr. McKay finishes part two of the discussion on the Gospel of John.

Theology of the Gospels

Dr. McKay breaks down the theology of the Gospels to walk through how they contribute to the Biblical Storyline.

Acts (part 1)

In this lecture, Dr. McKay introduces the book of Acts.

Acts (part 2)/Romans (part 1)

Dr. McKay concludes the book of Acts and begins the book of Romans.

Romans (part 2)

Dr. McKay resumes the discussion on Romans.

Romans (part 3)

Dr. McKay continues walking through Romans.

Romans (part 4)

In this lecture, Dr. McKay finishes up the book of Romans.

Corinthians (part 1)

Dr. McKay spends today's lecture introducing 1 & 2 Corinthians.

Corinthians (part 2)/Galatians (part 1)

Dr. McKay finishes 1 & 2 Corinthians and begins discussing the book of Galatians.

Galatians (part 2)/Ephesians (part 1)

Dr. McKay concludes part two of Galatians and introduces the book of Ephesians.

Ephesians (part 2)

In this lecture, Dr. McKay finishes up his study of the book of Ephesians.

Ephesians (part 3), Philippians, and Colossians

Dr. McKay spends today's lecture finishing Ephesians as well as walking through Philippians and Colossians.

1 & 2 Thessalonians

Dr. McKay discusses 1 & 2 Thessalonians, of which many scholars believe is the Apostle Paul's first epistle.

Pastoral Epistles

Dr. McKay dives into Paul's pastoral epistles: 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus.

Paul's Theology

Dr. McKay gives his class a "30,000 foot view" of Paul's letters to discuss their theology.

Hebrews (part 1)

Dr. McKay introduces the book of Hebrews.

Hebrews (part 2)/James (part 1)

Dr. McKay concludes the book of Hebrews and begins the book of James.

James (part 2)

In this lecture, Dr. McKay finishes up the book of James.

1 & 2 Peter

Dr. McKay walks through 1 & 2 Peter.

1 John and Theology of Epistles

Dr. McKay discusses the mission of the Church, John's letters, and the book of Jude.

Revelation, Now What?

In this final lecture, Dr. McKay walks through the book of Revelation, thus concluding the biblical storyline.

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