Audio Bundle: Four Portraits of Jesus: Introducing Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John + Synoptic Gospels: How to Read and Understand Matthew, Mark, and Luke - 45 Lectures Total

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Audio Bundle: Four Portraits of Jesus: Introducing Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John + Synoptic Gospels: How to Read and Understand Matthew, Mark, and Luke - 45 Lectures Total

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Four Portraits of Jesus: Introducing Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
by Prof. Ian Boxall, D.Phil.

Synoptic Gospels: How to Read and Understand Matthew, Mark, and Luke
by by Fr. William L. Burton, O.F.M., SSL, STD

Topic Titles
Topic Titles
Four Portraits of Jesus: Introducing Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
  • Beginning to Study the Gospels
  • The Life and Ministry of Jesus
  • The Impact of a Risen Christ
  • Turning the Gospel into the Gospels
  • How are Matthew, Mark, and Luke Related?
  • John and the Synoptics
  • The Shape of Mark’s Story
  • The Enigmatic Messiah
  • The Passion and Resurrection in Mark
  • The Shape of Matthew’s Story
  • New Moses and Son of David: Matthew’s Portraits of Jesus
  • The Passion and Resurrection in Matthew
  • The Shape of Luke’s Story
  • Savior and Companion on the Journey
  • The Passion and Resurrection in Luke
  • The Shape of John’s Story
  • The Revealer of the Father: John’s Portrait of Jesus
  • The Passion and Resurrection in John
  • The Baptism of Jesus
  • Two Miracles of Jesus
  • The Beatitudes and Our Father
  • The Four Gospels and the Formation of the New Testament
  • Exploring Non Canonical Gospels
  • The Four Gospels in the Life of the Church
 
Synoptic Gospels: How to Read and Understand Matthew, Mark, and Luke
  • Introduction: Context is Everything
  • Historic and Linguistic Contexts
  • Problems with Ancient Manuscripts
  • Why Did They Write?
  • How Do We Know What We Know?
  • Judaism at the Time of Jesus?
  • Sects of Judaism at the Time of Jesus
  • Pharisaic Ritual Purity
  • Ritual Purity and its Contagious Nature
  • The Hellenistic World of Jesus
  • The Origins of the Gospels
  • Stories of Jesus Are Told and Retold
  • The Priority of Mark
  • Important Themes in Mark
  • The Gospel of Matthew
  • The Gospel of Luke
  • Parables From Luke
  • Meals in Luke
  • Geography in Luke
  • Persecution & Prayer in Luke & Acts
  • How John Differs From the Scriptures
About Your Presenter

Prof. Ian Boxall, D.Phil., is a British New Testament scholar and an associate professor of New Testament at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He received his master’s degree and doctorate in the New Testament, as well as his bachelor’s degree in theology, from the University of Oxford, where he wrote his dissertation on Revelation. Before moving to the United States in 2013, Prof. Boxall taught the New Testament in the United Kingdom for over twenty years, first at Chichester Theological College from 1992–1994, then at the University of Oxford from 1994–2013.

Among Prof. Boxall’s publications are a number of books on the Book of Revelation, including Revelation: Vision and Insight (SPCK, 2002), The Revelation of John (Continuum and Hendrickson, 2006), and Patmos in the Reception History of the Apocalypse (Oxford University Press, 2013). He is also the author of Discovering Matthew (Eerdmans, 2015) and two undergraduate study guides to the New Testament: New Testament Interpretation and The Books of the New Testament (SCM Press, 2007). He was previously editor of Scripture Bulletin, the journal of the Catholic Biblical Association of Gre...

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Fr. William L. Burton, O.F.M., SSL, STD, is a celebrated teacher and biblical studies expert. He received a Licentiate in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute of Rome, a Master of Divinity and an M.A. in Theology from the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, a Doctorate in Biblical Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, and a Master in Higher Education Administration from Loyola University, Chicago.

A Professor of Sacred Scripture at St. Mary’s Seminary & University, Fr. Burton is a Franciscan priest and member of the provincial council of the Sacred Heart Province. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in biblical studies at Quincy University and undergraduate courses at DePaul University. 

Fr. William Burton has also guided and taught hundreds of students and pilgrims throughout the Holy Land, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Greece, and Italy. He has published many articles in The Bible Today and elsewhere, and has recorded Bible-study DVDs for Paraclete Press and Franciscan Media: The Biblicist Series: An Introduction to the Bible and Demystifying the Book of Revelation.  ...

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