This summer Mobile Ed wanted to take you beyond the studio, so we sent our film crew to Israel to collaborate with some of the world’s top archaeologists in order to build a course that teaches you how to do biblical archaeology. Dr. Craig Evans led our team overseas to capture the process, tools, and theory behind the science.
Logos Mobile Ed has worked with leading professors to deliver theological education that’s accessible anywhere. But talking about biblical events and places is not the same as being there. That’s why we’re excited to announce the next step in theological training: a Mobile Ed course filmed on site in Israel.
Some of the most pressing questions in biblical studies can only be answered by digging in the dirt and uncovering the ancient sites and objects that reveal the world of the Bible. How do we know the location of Bethsaida in Galilee (John 12:12) or how people lived life in the first century? Scholars answer these questions by carefully digging up and documenting the history of material culture that corroborates the biblical record and reveals the biblical world.
Uncover the world of Jesus and the Apostles
In Archaeology in Action: Biblical Archaeology in the Field you’ll meet scholars on actual archaeological digs and learn methodology, tools, and techniques to rediscover objects and structures buried for millennia. But this is much more than a video series. Mobile Ed offers a full academic course—complete with learning objectives, additional resources for study, and tutorials to further your study using Logos.
Watch the trailer for this unprecedented learning experience.
“We’re going to start with the ground, dig into it, find things and take you all the way from the point it begins to the point where it is exhibited in museums and written about in textbooks—come on, join me. You’re going to have a lot of fun doing this.”
—Dr. Craig Evans