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Education Week Special

New Testament Commentary Classes
August 20, 2018
Education Week Special
New Testament Commentary Classes
Author BYU Studies Staff,

Eric Huntsman and Julie M. Smith are presenting classes at Education Week on New Testament Gospels. They are members of the BYU New Testament Commentary team. They have each posted several pieces at the BYU New Testament Commentary website, such as these:

Exploring Jesus' Question in Mark 3:4, by Julie M. Smith
Anointing in Bethany in Mark 14:3–9, by Julie M. Smith
Farewell Discourses and the High Priestly Prayer, by Eric D. Huntsman
John's Account of the Last Supper, by Eric D. Huntsman

The schedule for their classes is:

Tuesday–Friday, 4:30 to 5:25 p.m. Julie M. Smith, "Jesus Christ in the Gospel of Mark" (book coming in late October from BYU New Testament Commentary, published by BYU Studies)

B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB)

Tuesday: Jesus Christ the Teacher: The Purpose of Parables
Wednesday: Jesus Christ the Healer: The Miracles in Mark
Thursday: Jesus Christ the Lawgiver: The Authority of the Son of God
Friday: Jesus Christ the Prophet: Teachings about the Last Days

Tuesday–Friday, 8:30 to 9:25 a.m., Eric D. Huntsman, "The Word Made Flesh: Jesus Christ in the Gospel of John" (book on the Gospel of John forthcoming from BYU New Testament Commentary)

W–111 Benson Building (BNSN)

Tuesday: The Testimony of John the Beloved
Wednesday: The Symbolisms of the Seven Miraculous Signs in John
Thursday: Dialogues and Discourses of Jesus
Friday: The Death of the Lamb of God

Julie's book, The Gospel according to Mark, will be out in late October and will be available from BYU Studies. Eric's work on the Gospel of John is not yet scheduled for print.