In this episode of Mobile Ed Conversations, New Testament scholar Dr. Craig Evans talks about his travels to Israel and about his experience of the long road from archaeological discovery to publication. He is especially known for his writing and teaching on the historical Jesus and the Jewish background of the New Testament.
Learn from Dr. Evans in community
One of Dr. Evans’ Mobile Ed courses, NT311 The World of Jesus and the Gospels, is being featured in the first-ever Mobile Ed Summer Session. Starting Monday, you’ll have the opportunity to work through this course with others like you and with a PhD-level moderator who will provide study plans, pose discussion questions, and guide conversation on the material you’re working through together—all at no extra cost.
One user who is taking advantage of another Summer Session course has this to say:
I would like to encourage more Logos users to avail themselves of this opportunity. It really does enrich the Mobile Ed program. I have over fifty of the Mobile Ed courses and each is good as a self study, but this moderated session moves the education to a higher level.
Dr. Evans’ course leads you through the events that built the New Testament world: the decline of the Persian Empire, the rise of Alexander the Great, Israel’s military engagements and religious movements, and more. You’ll gain a better understanding of the New Testament by understanding the events leading up to it.
You can participate in just this course or take part in all three courses that are offered. When you purchase all three, you’ll also get a special discount.
Call 888-875-9491 or visit the Summer Session page to learn more.