Special Feature

Resources for Come, Follow Me Study
January 23, 2019
Special Feature
Resources for Come, Follow Me Study
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If you’re looking for interesting ways to study the New Testament this year, we have some BYU-related ideas for you!

Selected Articles for Each Week’s Reading

BYU Studies has a list of selected articles to accompany the weekly reading, taken from BYU Studies Quarterly, Charting the New Testament, the BYU Religious Studies Center, and the Ensign

BYU Religious Studies Center also has a list of articles to accompany the weekly reading, taken from their publications, posted here.

Events

The BYU New Testament Commentary conference is Saturday, Jan. 26, at BYU. More information here. Videos will be made and posted at BYUNTC.org.

Videos

Past presentations of the BYU New Testament Commentary group are available on video here. That page also lists recommended videos such as the BYU-TV series Messiah: Behold the Lamb of God (8 episodes), the Parable of the Good Samaritan, and the LDS Bible Videos.

BYU Religious Education has a YouTube channel with videos from past Sperry Symposia on the New Testament and the annual Easter Conference.

Selected Books for Sale

The New Testament: A Translation for Latter-day Saints, by Thomas A. Wayment, a BYU professor of religion and classics.

Becoming the Beloved Disciple: Coming unto Christ through the Gospel of John, and other books by Eric D. Huntsman, BYU professor of religion and classics.

The BYU New Testament Commentary has four volumes out so far: Mark, Luke, First Corinthians, and Revelation. The commentary on Hebrews is expected later in 2019.

Readings Free Online

The BYU Religious Studies Center has posted many books free online, including Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior, and The Ministry of Peter, The Chief Apostle. Articles from past issues of the Religious Educator include many fine articles on the New Testament, such as “The Message of Nicodemus.” Find them by searching topics at rsc.byu.edu.

The BYU New Testament Commentary website offers readings, mostly available online for free, organized by New Testament topic. See the Bibliography here.