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Bundle: The New Testament: A Guided Tour + The Old Testament - 26 CDs Total

  • Director of Biblical Education,
  • Loyola Institute for Spirituality, Orange, CA
  • Professor Emeritus, Franciscan School of Theology
2 Course Bundle: 72 Lectures (26 Discs) Including Electronic Study Guides
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This is a special discounted price for a bundle of these two programs by Fr. Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D. and Fr. Michael D. Guinan, O.F.M., Ph.D.:

The New Testament: A Guided Tour


The Old Testament

Your Free Electronic Study Guide! When you order this bundle, we will send you a free electronic study guide for each program that you can access in 3 convenient ways:

1) You can check your order confirmation email. It will include a link that enables you to download your guides.
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3) Your case of CDs or DVDs will contain a copy of your electronic guide on CD. Simply insert this disc into your computer's CD/DVD drive to access your guide.

Topic Titles
Topic Titles
The New Testament: A Guided Tour
  • What is the New Testament?
  • Introduction to the Gospels: One Jesus, Four Portraits
  • The Gospel according to Mark
  • Christology and Discipleship in Mark's Gospel
  • The Synoptic Problem & Proposed Solutions
  • The Gospel according to Matthew
  • Christology and Discipleship in Matthew's Gospel
  • The Gospel according to Luke
  • Christology and Discipleship in Luke's Gospel
  • The Acts of the Apostles
  • The Gospel according to John
  • Christology and Discipleship in John's Gospel
  • Overview of Paul's Life and Ministry
  • Introduction to Paul's Letters
  • Paul's Social World Paul's Letter to Philemon
  • Paul's First Letter to the Thessalonians
  • Paul's Letter to the Philippians
  • Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians
  • Paul's Second Letter to the Corinthians
  • Paul's Letter to the Galatians
  • Paul's Letter to the Romans
  • Faith and Salvation in the Letter to the Romans
  • The Deutero-Pauline Letters
  • The Second Letter to the Thessalonians
  • The Letter to the Colossians
  • The Letter to the Ephesians
  • The Pastoral Epistles; The Second Letter to Timothy
  • The First Letter to Timothy
  • The Letter to Titus
  • The Epistle to the Hebrews
  • The Catholic Epistles
  • The Letter of Jude
  • The Letter of James
  • The First and Second Letters of Peter
  • The First, Second, and Third Letters of John
  • Apocalyptic Literature
  • The Book of Revelation
  • Symbolism in the Book of Revelation
  • Non-canonical Early Christian Writings
  • New Testament Theology

The Old Testament
  • Intro: What is the Old Testament [OT]?
  • Intro: A Catholic Approach
  • Intro: Overview of OT History, Part I
  • Intro: Overview of OT History, Part II
  • Intro: The Culture of Canaan
  • Pentateuch: Introduction
  • Pentateuch: Creation, Part I
  • Pentateuch: Creation, Part II
  • Pentateuch: Primal Stories, Part I
  • Pentateuch: Primal Stories, Part II
  • Pentateuch: Ancestral Stories
  • Pentateuch: I am Yahweh
  • Pentateuch: Deliverance, Part I
  • Pentateuch: Deliverance, Part II
  • Pentateuch: Covenant, Part I
  • Pentateuch: Covenant, Part II
  • Pentateuch: Tabernacle, Part I
  • Pentateuch: Tabernacle, Part II
  • Pentateuch: Deuteronomy, Part I
  • Pentateuch: Deuteronomy, Part II
  • Pentateuch: Summary/Review
  • Deuteronomic History [DtcH]
  • Psalms: Intro
  • Psalms: Covenant with David
  • Psalms: Praying the Psalms
  • Wisdom: Intro to Wisdom
  • Wisdom: A Theology and Spirituality
  • Prophets: Introduction
  • Prophets: Servants of the Word of God
  • Prophets and the Future, Part I
  • Prophets: and the Future, Part II
  • Apocalyptic: What is Apocalyptic?
  • Apocalyptic: The Book of Daniel
  • A Review of the OT: Ancient Culture
  • A Review of the OT: Theology and Spirituality, Part I
  • A Review of the OT: Theology and Spirituality, Part II
About Your Presenter
Fr. Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Loyola Institute for Spirituality in Orange, California. After receiving his Doctorate in New Testament Studies from Yale University, he taught at Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles), the University of San Francisco, and Santa Clara University. He was also director of the Center for Religion and Spirituality at LMU, and dean of the Lay Ecclesial Ministry and Deacon Formation Programs for the Diocese of Las Vegas. He regularly teaches courses, gives public lectures, and leads biblically-based days of prayer, parish missions, and weekend or weeklong retreats. He maintains a large internationally recognized website of “Catholic Resources” (catholic-resources.org).


Michael D. Guinan, O.F.M (Ph.D., Catholic University of America) is a Franciscan priest and a Professor Emeritus at the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley, Ca. He has published 10 books, several pamphlets and many articles in publications such as The New Jerome Biblical Commentary, The Collegeville Bible Commentary, and The Message of Biblical Spirituality series. He has taught the Old Testament, Hebrew and Aramaic languages, and biblical spirituality at St. Bonaventure University, St. Patrick's Seminary and the Franciscan Seminary in Manila.

Praise for Michael Guinan

“I first attended a lecture by Father Guinan about 20 years ago and immediately recognized him as a great teacher. He brings top-notch scholarship, excellent delivery, and a strong pastoral sense to every project. Teaching in the Philippines has given him a very broad vision.”
– Father Pat McCloskey, O.F.M.,  “Ask a Franciscan” columnist for St. Anthony Messenger

“Fr. Michael Guinan is a great communicator and one of those teachers who is able to assimilate a lot of material… and communicate it all in a concise, clear, an...

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