New Testament Introduction
Louis Berkhof
Eerdmans, 1915
Scanned and Edited Mike Randall

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Table of Contents
Preface
Prolegomena

1.  Name and Idea

2.  Function

3.  Leading Principles

4.  Encyclopaedic

5.  Historical Review

6.  Select Literature

The Gospel in General

1.  The Title of the Gospel

2.  The Number of the Gospels recognized in the Early Church

3.  The Literary Character of the Gospel

4.  The Synoptic Problem

5.  The Relation of the Gospel of John to the Synoptics

6.  The Inspiration of the Gospels

7.  The Canonical Significance of the Gospels as a Whole

The Gospels Separately

1.  The Gospel of Matthew

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Composition

E.  Canonical Significance

2.  The Gospel of Mark

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Composition

E.  Integrity

F.  Canonical Significance

3.  The Gospel of Luke

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Composition

E.  Canonical Significance

4. The Gospel of John

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Composition

E.  Canonical Significance

The Acts of the Apostles

A.  Characteristics

B.  Title

C.  Authorship

D.  Composition

E.  Inspiration

F.  Canonical Significance

The Epistles in General

A.  The Epistolary Form in Biblical Literature

B.  The Inspiration of the Epistles

C.  The Canonical Significance of the Epistles in General

D.  Classification

The Epistles of Paul: - Paul

1. The Epistle to the Romans

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  The Church at Rome

E.  Composition

F.  Integrity

G.  Canonical Significance

2.  The First Epistle to the Corinthians

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  The Church at Corinth

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

3.  The Second Epistle to the Corinthians

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Composition

E.  Integrity

F.  Canonical Significance
 

4.  The Epistle to the Galatians

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  The Churches at Galatia

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

5.  The Epistle to the Ephesians

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

6.  The Epistle to the Phillippians

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  The Church at Phillippi

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

7.  The Epistle to the Colossians

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  The Church at Colossae

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

8.  The First  Epistle to the Thessalonians

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  The Church at Thessalonica

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

9.  The Second Epistle to the Thessalonians

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Composition

E.  Canonical Significance

10.  The Pastoral Epistles - Authorship

11.  The First Epistle to Timothy

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  The Person to Whom the Epistle was Written

D.  Composition

E.  Canonical Significance

12.  The Second Epistle to Timothy

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Composition

D.  Canonical Significance

13.  The Epistle to Titus

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  The Person to Whom the Epistle was Written

D.  Composition

E.  Canonical Significance

14.  The Epsitle to Philemon

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  The Person to Whom the Epistle was Written

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

The Epistle to the Hebrews

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

The General Epistles

1.  The General Epistle of James

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

2.  The First General Epistle of Peter

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

3.  The Second  General Epistle of Peter

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

4.  The First General Epistle of John

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

5.  The Second and Third General Epistle of John

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

6.  The General Epistle of Jude

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Canonical Significance

The Revelation of John

A.  Contents

B.  Characteristics

C.  Authorship

D.  Destination

E.  Composition

F.  Interpretation

G.  Inspiration

H.  Canonical Significance
 


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