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  • Author: Paul Southern
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Download Southern, Paul - NT Book Introductions 1.0

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New Testament NT Survey

Paul Southern

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This topx file contains introductory material on each book of the New Testament, as well as review questions.  These short introductions and questions make wonderful handouts for a Bible class.

Biographical Information
Paul Southern

Paul Southern received a bachelor of arts degree in Bible from Abilene Christian College in 1930. He earned his master's degree from Texas Christian University at Fort Worth, Texas. And he earned a doctorate in 1948 from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His doctoral dissertation was entitled: "The Distributive Use of KATA."

He first taught at Abilene Christian College/University in 1937, and served as chairman of the Bible department from 1951 until his retirement in 1970.

After retiring, he taught courses at Columbia Christian College in Portland, Oregon; European Christian College in Vienna, Austria; Michigan Christian College in Rochester, Michigan; Macquarie School of Biblical Studies in Sydney, Australia; and South Pacific Bible College in Tauranga, New Zealand.
Paul Southern assisted many people as a personal counselor, and served in numerous organizations including the Abilene Council on Alcoholism, the Texas Association for Mental Health and the National Council on Family Relations.

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