c. 5 BCE to 95 CE
Background or introductory resources for New Testament Studies
Timeline covering 305 BCE to 100 CE, the intertestamental period and the New Testament: the Greco-Roman context to the life of Christ and the early church.
Timeline covering 29–33 CE and Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts 1: the three-and-one-half years of Jesus' public ministry
Timeline covering 25-100 CE and Matthew through Revelation: the period of Christ's public ministry followed by the early church, Paul's missionary travels, and the context of other NT writings
Relief map depicting the geographical context for the New Testament writings, focusing on early centers.
Map of Asia showing key cities of importance in the New Testament: Ephesus, Laodicea, Hierapolis, Colossae, Pergamum, Thyatira, Smyrna, Sardis, Philadelphia, Miletus, Troas, Assos.
Relief map of the Lycus River Valley, highlighting Laodicea, Hierapolis, and Colossae.
A chart comparing the prescripts (salutations) of each New Testament epistle, identifying the typical elements: author, recipient, and greeting.
Chart comparing NT Christ Hymns: their cosmic and church significance
Fifty-pages, including introductory article, detailed analysis, and exhaustive concordance of the vice and virtue lists of the New Testament.
Chart identifying each NT doxology reference and its text, its location in the letter, and where is stands relative to a greeting (if present).