This course introduces students to the literature of the New Testament and to the faith of the early Christian communities. The study focuses on Jewish and Greco-Roman background, the proclamation of the early church, the development of the gospel traditions, the life and ministry of Jesus, the ministry and theology of Paul, developments during the post-Pauline era, and the literature of the Johannine circle.
The University of North Carolina is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033; (404) 679-4500; www.sacscoc.org).
UNC Kenan-Flagler is accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
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Public Higher Education
Distance courses are offered online and via correspondence.
Computer, e-mail, Internet Access, Minimum requirements: 266 MHz processor (PC or Mac), 266 MHz processor (PC or Macintosh), Memory: 64 megabytes RAM, Browser: Mozilla 1.5, Internet Explorer 5, or Netscape 6, Modem: 33,600 baud
There are no geographic restrictions.
Campus attendance is not required, however in some courses the final exam must be taken under supervision at an accredited institution of higher education or other appropriate institutional setting.
Carolina Courses Online and Self-paced Courses are open to anyone regardless of whether the individual is enrolled at UNC-Chapel Hill. Admission to UNC-Chapel Hill is not required, but you should be at least a high school senior.