NT463 is an advanced study of the revelation of Jesus Christ entrusted to John the Apostle on the island of Patmos.
"To fully understand the present administration of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ you and I must first understand the revelation of King Jesus that was given to John on the Island of Patmos."
Taught by South Africa's premier Bible teacher, Apostle Rod Seago, this study will be covered from four perspectives:
(i) A first century interpretative perspective with application to the contemporary Church.
(ii) As a prophecy given by Jesus to John the apostle revealing the enthroned Christ triumphing over His enemies and executing vengeance on those who rejected Him. This prophecy was given to encourage the early Church in their fiery ordeal of persecution by Rome and apostate Israel.
(iii) The special connection of the Book of Revelation with Jesus’ confrontation of the Pharisees in Herod's Temple as recorded in Matthew 23, and Jesus' discourse with His disciples on the Mt. of Olives recorded in Matthew 24.
(iv) The impact of the book’s message on the present day Apostolic Reformation taking place in the Church.
NT463 is a Bachelor's level course and is located in the School of Biblical Studies.
NT463 is a prerequisite for the Master's and Doctoral Degrees.
(To enroll in this course go to: http://www.atsvirtual.org/admissions. For more information contact Dr. Marie Howard, Dean of Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 904-771-5375.)
Posted on Tue, June 14, 2011
by George Kouri