It’s that time in the academic year when professors emerge from marking papers and exams looking like they’ve been released from prison. It’s also that time when high-strung undergraduates and seminary students suddenly seem to float off the ground as the burden of classwork and final exam prep slides off their aching shoulders. But it’s also that time of the year when students of the Bible ask themselves, “What now?”
You’ve invested hundreds of hours learning languages and reading stacks of books, but the empty days of summer that lay ahead don’t appear so enticing for some reason. What’s missing is any sense of real productivity. You don’t have a syllabus to follow. You don’t have a professor breathing down your neck asking for late assignments. Which means you also don’t have the best possible motivation to keep your mind and spirit sharp through devoted study of God’s Word, especially those parts of the Bible that historically have been considered difficult.
The Tough Topics Bundle 2018 is the perfect remedy to your summer study-less woes. You can now partake of decades of learning from some of the top scholars in the field on topics that many people would rather just avoid. But you’re not like that, are you? You’re a fighter, type-A, a go-getter. And summer is the best time to study whatever you want, at the pace you want, with the professors you want. Here’s what the bundle includes:
- NT276 Pauline Theology
- NT334 Book Study: Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians
- NT216 Introductory Issues in Acts
- BI161 Problems in Bible Interpretation: Difficult Passages I
This bundle of four dynamic courses should be your “Summer Study Buddy,” or perhaps your “Summer Bible Boot Camp.” Whatever you want to call it, here is your invitation to get 4 challenging yet stimulating courses for over 70% off the normal price. After working through these courses between beach BBQ’s and trips to the south of France, you’ll come back to class in the Fall ready to roll once more.
To start you off, check out Douglas Moo’s course at the link below: