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The purpose of “Intro to New Testament” is to introduce students to the collection of writings that we come to call the New Testament. In this course students will become familiar with the historical context, culture, and the politics that lead to the production of this text. In addition to the traditional historical critical approach to the text, students will be introduced to other methods such as postmodern and postcolonial readings that will help us deconstruct these texts and reconstruct interpretations that are socially, ethically, and politically relevant to the world we live.

EunHye Grace So is an Assistant Professor of New Testament and Rhetorical Studies at Pacific School of Religion, and a Ph.D. candidate at the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) in Biblical Studies (New Testament). EunHye completed her M.Div. and B.A. in Christian Education at Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary. Her research interest includes Galatians, Classical Rhetoric, Aristotelian ethos, and 4QMMT.




April 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th, 2024, with zoom courses on April 6th and 20th.

Course times are: 9am – 12noon HST/ 11am – 2pm PST/ 2pm-5pm EST



$225 General Public | $210 Current PSR Students

1.6 CEUs available @ additional $35

Special pricing has been negotiated for UCC Hawaii, TFAM, MCC L.E.A.D. & CTEL Continuing students. Identify your group on the Registration Form.



Registration must be submitted by 5pm PST, Wednesday, April 3rd.

The course fee must be paid before the start of the 1st class session.


Visit the TEL site or contact Re. Tana Roseboro, TEL Program Coordinator — | 510.849.8267


Theological Education for Leadership (TEL)

TEL programs provide progressive, accessible Christian theological education year-round through special courses and seminars for clergy, laity, and spiritual seekers from diverse racial/ethnic communities. Using PSR’s “flexible learning” approach, TEL fosters a strong and supportive community environment while enabling participation at a distance through online learning. CEU’s available for individual courses and seminars.

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