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Michael J. Kruger on The Origins of the New Testament Canon


Michael J. Kruger, professor of New Testament and academic dean at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC delivers four lectures on the Origins of the New Testament Canon: Issues, Problems, and Possibilities, in the Kistemaker Lecture Series, RTS-Orlando, March 2012. He is the author of the Canon Revisited: Establishing the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Books and also ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America and serve as an Associate Pastor at his home church, Uptown PCA.

LECTURE 1

The Definition of ‘Canon’: Exclusive or Multi-Dimensional?

LECTURE 2

The Origins of CanonWas the Idea of a New Testament a Late Ecclesiastical Development?

LECTURE 3

The Artifacts of CanonManuscripts as a Window into the Development of the New Testament

LECTURE 4

The Messiness of the CanonDo Disagreements Amongst Early Christians Pose a Threat to Our Belief in the New Testament?

You may visit Dr. Kruger’s website to find more resources <http://michaeljkruger.com/lectures/>