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Biblical Themes Series Student Resources

Student Resources

Registered Biblical Themes Series students will find the following resources helpful as they prepare for their courses. Once your classes begin, you will also be given access to a password protected course page, where professors will post relevant documents, including supplementary readings.

Summer Assignments & Book Lists

Below are the summer assignments that students should complete in preparation for their first class of the year. You will also find the book lists for each course.

SUMMER ASSIGNMENT | BOOK LIST

 

Ordering Books

All books for this course can be purchased from the University of Dallas Bookstore. Please use the instructions and link below to order books from the UD Bookstore.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORDERING BOOKS | UD BOOKSTORE WEBSITE

 

Other Helpful Documents

Here are some other documents that may be helpful to you as a student.

2013-2014 NTT ACADEMIC CALENDAR -- coming soon!

2013 - 2014 Course Pages

Please find the link to your password protected course page below (you will receive the username and password during your first class session). Professors will post relevant documents, including supplementary readings, on these pages.

New Testament Themes

Tuesday Mornings at the University of Dallas
Wednesday Evenings at All Saints Parish


 

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