Study Bible Doctrine with Logos Mobile Education

A few months ago, the era of Logos Mobile Education began with the Pre-Pub release of the Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle. Mobile Ed brings the professors, the library, the visual demonstrations of software features, and the online classroom community directly to you—on your desktop, laptop, or mobile device. It’s education where you are.

The Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle includes nine courses, several of which acquaint students with how the Bible presents a strategic, epic story in an intelligent, deliberate way. One of these courses is BI201: The Story of the Bible.

What will I learn in BI201?

BI201 builds on OT101 (Introducing the Old Testament: Its Structure and Story) and NT101 (Introducing the New Testament: Its Structure and Story). OT101 and NT101 present the epic history of God’s activity with humanity through his people, Israel, and the history of the incarnation of Jesus on earth and the birth of a new, global people of God. BI201 focuses on specific connections between the two stories, demonstrating the unity of the Bible’s narrative by tracing theological themes across the Old and New Testaments.

The course begins with the dawning of the kingdom of God on earth and humanity’s rebellion against that rule at the Fall. The remainder of the Old Testament tells the story of God’s attempt to reestablish his kingship on earth through Israel. The failure of Israel precipitates the New Testament and its story of the coming of the incarnate King (Jesus), the spreading of his kingdom message, and his return at the end of days. BI201 presents the dramatic storyline as follows:

  • Act One: God Establishes His Kingdom
  • Act Two: Rebellion in the Kingdom
  • Act Three: The King Chooses Israel
  • Act Four: The Coming of the King
  • Act Five: Spreading the News of the King
  • Act Six: Return of the King

Take the next step—or get started—on your journey to greater biblical and theological knowledge today with the Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle.

Logos Mobile Education—it’s where you are.

Comments

  1. Norm Eddy says:

    Dear Logos Bible Software, I am so troubled by your description of the course BI201 at your LogosTalk
    site that I have concern about the whole curriculum of Logos Mobile Education.
    You say in your description of this course: "The remainder of the Old Testament tells the story of God’s ATTEMPT to reestablish his kingship on earth through Israel. The failure of Israel PRECIPITATES the New Testament and its story of the coming of the incarnate King (Jesus),"
    First of all, God does NOT attempt anything; He does what ever He desires.
    Second, the failure of Israel DID NOT PRECIPITATE the New Testament and it's story, like this was God's "plan B" for history. God was in control throughout history and always planned the New Covenant and the New Testament.
    If you are going to be this careless in your marketing narrative, how can I trust what will be in the curriculum itself?

    Greatly Concerned,

    Norm Eddy

  2. Amen Norm, I'm on your side. Let me know if Logos responds in any way.

  3. Well said, Norm. Thanks for taking a stand.

  4. Dr. Michael Oldham says:

    I would like to know how to ask Logos 5 a question and have resources appear in response. The capability probably is there and I just don’t know enough how to use al of the software’s capabilities. For example, if I want to know all of Pau’s friends who abandoned him while imprisoned in Rome just before his death, I have to either know that I have to find their names in 2 Timothy or do an extensive search or Google the query online. it seems I should be able to ask Logos 5 the question and find the answer easily. is there a way to do this?

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