Biblical Theology II

Course Description

How does the New Testament relate to your life as a Christian? How do the events surrounding Jesus and the Apostles inform the way you read the entire Bible? How do the New Testament’s teachings on the church and the end times impact your understanding of redemptive history? Dr. Matthew Dudreck will show you how a study of New Testament biblical theology will transform not only the way you read Scripture but also how you live the Christian life.

About the Instructor

Dr. Matthew A. Dudreck is associate professor of New Testament at Reformation Bible College. He earned two M.A. degrees from Wheaton College (Biblical Exegesis; Historical & Systematic Theology), a Th.M. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (New Testament), and a Ph.D. from Westminster Theological Seminary, where he also previously taught as a lecturer in New Testament. In his dissertation, he examined the use of Jeremiah in the book of Revelation.

A Letter From the Instructor

Dear Student,

Among the courses that I teach here at RBC, our course on the biblical theology of the New Testament is by far one of my favorites. In this course, students gain a deeper appreciation for the organic unity of Scripture and God’s redemptive purpose in history. They also learn how all the major themes and promises of the Old Testament find their fulfillment in the life, death, resurrection, and ascension of the Lord Jesus Christ. Finally, they develop skill in recognizing how this fulfillment is first realized for believers individually in the context of their union with Christ. Biblical theology lays a foundation for virtually every aspect of the Christian life. I invite you to join me in our next offering of this course, so that by God’s grace you might better know, worship, and serve Him in all of life.

Sincerely, Dr. Dudreck