As ETS comes to a close and SBL just beginning, there is a palpable excitement about getting the most recent scholarship on relevant issues and topics; Logos Mobile Education provides a new, high-quality way to do just that. Mobile Ed instructors are experts in their fields, and many have decades of experience teaching and writing while continuing to interact with other scholars and hone their insights and research. The instructors are paired with an instructional designer who works with them to take their flagship material, hone it, and craft it into an incredibly useful and efficient learning platform.
If you have not yet added Mobile Ed courses to your library, you have many options and instructors to choose from. But don’t worry if you’re not interested in “taking a course” in the traditional sense: Mobile Ed courses are deeply integrated with Logos Bible Software to bring the content from these scholars to the forefront of your studies as it would any commentary or reference work in your library. Speaking of Douglas J. Moo’s Mobile Ed course on Romans, Michael Bird writes on his blog:
Doug Moo has written six commentaries on Romans – yes, that’s right, you heard me, six – in the WEC (1991), entry on Romans in NBC (1994), NICNT (1996), NIVAC (2000) plus companion BBL (2008), EBS (2002), and ZIBBS (2007). You can see the complete list here. A second edition of the EBC volume just came out and I believe that a second edition of the NICNT is scheduled too. Rather than than read all six commentaries or even just his magisterial NICNT commentary, in this Logos module you literally get Moo talking at you and giving you a distillation of his mature thought on the matter.
Whether you’re looking for Dr. Moo’s latest thought on Romans, Dr. George Guthrie’s extensive work on Hebrews, or a refresher on missiology, Mobile Ed has something to help you in your studies.
New courses available
NT221 The Wisdom of John: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary on Johannine Literature with Ben Witherington III
Walk through the Gospel of John, his three epistles, and Revelation with Dr. Witherington as he guides you through the socio-rhetorical landscape and asks the questions of what makes Johannine literature unique in the New Testament canon, and what its theological contributions are. Delivered with his usual wit and keen insight into literary nuance, this course is perfect for anyone, whether they’re a long-time student of the New Testament or a new-comer to John’s writings.
NT211 Introducing the Gospels and Acts: Their Background, Nature, and Purpose with Darrell L. Bock
Darrell Bock is an undisputed expert on the Gospels and Acts, having authored important volumes in BECNT, IVP Commentary Series, and more. Here he takes all of that work and distills it into a helpful and thorough introduction which may give you a fresh perspective if your main exposure to these books was from Carson and Moo.
Now available for pre-order at 40% off
NT361 Book Study: The Letter to the Hebrews with George H. Guthrie
Speaking of experts, few in modern biblical studies have paved the way more helpfully in the study of Hebrews than George H. Guthrie. With his two decades of research on the topic, he will cover in-depth the prominent themes and the nuances of this letter to help you grasp its message, literary context, and theological importance. If you are familiar with his work in NIVAC, this course will be a wonderful companion to continue in your studies.
Studies in Dispensationalism Bundle (2 courses) with Carl Sanders
Whether you are aligned with Dispensationalism or not, its impact on 20th and 21st century evangelicalism is undeniable. Dr. Carl Sanders will walk you through its foundational beliefs, historical roots, trends, implications, and particular hermeneutics in these two courses.
Studies in Acts Bundle (3 courses) with Craig S. Keener, Darrell L. Bock, and Lynn H. Cohick
Dr. Keener’s course introduces important issues for study in Acts, including racial, evangelism, and the role of the Holy Spirit. Dr. Bock then examines key events and speeches in Acts, with a focus on Luke as an interpretive key for Acts (and the rest of the New Testament). And finally Dr. Cohick’s fascinating course gives you an in-depth look at Paul of Tarsus not through the typical lens of his epistles, but rather through his role in the narrative of Acts.
Learn more, and don’t forget that by pre-ordering any Mobile Ed course you’ll lock in a deep discount!