Here are my favorite maps related to the New Testament and where to find them.
Geography of the New Testament
A basic understanding of the geography of the New Testament world can be helpful in Bible study. Below is a list of the major cities, provinces, seas and islands at the time of Jesus.
New Testament Canon: Why these books?
Scholars have attacked Christianity by claiming that Christians don’t know which books should belong to the New Testament canon and which ones shouldn’t. If we don’t know the answer to why these 27 books, then we do have a problem. But it’s not the Achilles heel of Christian faith that critics claim it is. We Christians do have an answer.
New Testament Jewish culture
Jesus spent a lot of time interacting with the Jewish culture of his day. The New Testament authors assume their readers are familiar with the Jewish culture in their day. Here are some of the basics.
New Testament Introduction
How the letters in the New Testament came to be there
1Corinthians: Pride & Prejudice in the church
No church in the New Testament is more like our modern churches than the Corinthian church.
Colossians: Getting the Gospel Right
If pressed could you discern the actual gospel of Jesus Christ from a counterfeit? Especially if the skewed message came from within mainstream evangelicalism?
Ephesians: Our New Life in Christ
Paul writes to instruct and exhort believers as to the full ramifications of their relationship with Jesus Christ, including what Christ accomplished on their behalf and the appropriate change in their lifestyle as a response.
John’s Letters Bible Study Resources
Study questions, maps, charts, key words, history, background, outlines, and links to help you study John’s first epistle.