New Testament Survey Online


Want to earn college credit while delving into the Bible?

New Testament Survey will lead you through a study of the basic content of the New Testament and the meanings it had when God first inspired it. Additionally, the course will hopefully start you on a journey of lifelong study of God’s word and, more importantly, of listening to God speak to you through it. BIL-102 runs from January 8th through April 20th, 2018. Credits are transferrable. 

About the Course

The goal of this class is for the student to be able to integrate his/her understanding of the message of the New Testament into a life-long discipline of study of God’s word. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • Explain the primary teachings of Jesus and the theological significance of his birth, ministry, death and resurrection to the various New Testament authors.
  • Identify the basic content and themes of the majority of the 27 books of the New Testament.
  • Identify basic features of the literary, historical, cultural, and geographical contexts of the New Testament.
  • Understand and evaluate some of the divergent interpretations of New Testament passages relating to contemporary issues.
  • Apply the teachings of the New Testament to various contemporary situations and his/her understanding of the Christian life. 

The cost per credit hour for New Testament Survey 102 (online) is $150 per credit hour for a total of $450. 


Questions about New Testament Survey Online?
Email Ken Schenck at ken.schenck@indwes.edu or call 765.677.2258.


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This course covers the literature of the New Testament. Special attention will be given to the life of Christ and the history of the early church, including the life of Paul.

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Leanne Ketcham has been an ordained pastor in The Wesleyan Church since 2014. She is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University (B.S. Christian Ministries; Biblical Literature) and Princeton Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity). She is a doctoral candidate at Emmanuel College of Victoria University at the University of Toronto in the area of homiletics. Leanne was deeply shaped by her time as an associate pastor at a church plant, as well as an assistant pastor at a church revitalization during seminary. She is passionate about people hearing, knowing and living the good news of Jesus Christ. Leanne has been married to her husband, Andrew, since 2012. Together they share one silly goldendoodle, many moves and adventures, and a whole lot of grace. They currently reside in Toronto, Ontario.