New Testament Book Club

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Why A New Testament Book Club?

Biblical authority is under question in our world, and biblical illiteracy is on the rise in our churches. To stand firm in our faith, we must know God’s Word and be able to explain it to others. We invite you to join us in studying the Scriptures by immersing yourself in the New Testament with Denver Seminary’s New Testament professors.

Online Book Club Details

Denver Seminary will select and send you books written by Seminary professors, and you will have two months to read each book. Following each reading, we’ll invite you to participate in a Zoom online event with the book’s author. During the Zoom event, the professors will help you gain a deeper understanding of the New Testament, show you how to defend its truth, and encourage you to a deeper walk with Christ. There will also be time for you to ask questions. The book club will last two years (or 24 months), concentrating on the writings of Dr. Blomberg and Dr. Dodson in the first year.

2023 Zoom Event Dates and Book Titles

July 6Introduction meeting, logistics, and answer questions  James Rider
Aug 3A Little Book for New Bible Scholars Joey Dodson
Oct 5 Can We Still Believe in GodCraig Blomberg
Dec 7 Can We Still Believe in the Bible?  Craig Blomberg
Feb 1The Things I Want to Do: Romans 7  Joey Dodson
Apr 4 Resurrection: Faith or Fact Craig Blomberg
Jun 6Preaching the Parables Craig Blomberg

Timing: Bi-monthly, 1.5-hour Zoom sessions, beginning at 6:00 PM (MST) on Thursday evenings.

Cost: $125 a month, which includes books, teachings with professors, and a financial gift to Denver Seminary’s Dr. Craig L. Blomberg Endowed Chair of New Testament.*

Contact: James Rider, director of Donor Relations and Legacy Giving

* Kindly commit to make an automated monthly gift or pay the full two-year commitment upfront.

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