Last Chance to Enroll: Introducing the Gospels and Acts

last-chance-nt211SummerSessionThis summer you can study the Gospels and Acts with celebrated scholar Dr. Darrell Bock as part of the Mobile Ed summer session. But don’t wait: you’re last chance to enroll is July 18.

If you’ve ever put together a jigsaw puzzle only to discover that the last piece is missing, you know how frustrating it is to not have the full picture. But when we ignore the cultural and historical context of Scripture, that’s exactly what we get: an incomplete picture of the biblical story.

In the Mobile Ed course Introducing the Gospels and Acts: Their Background, Nature, and Purpose, Dr. Darrell Bock fills in the gaps of your picture of the New Testament. By understanding the literary, historical, and cultural factors that shaped these five biblical books, you’ll have a better grasp of how the pieces of the biblical story fit together, and how to paint that picture for others during Bible studies, small groups, sermons, and lessons.

Get Dr. Darrell Bock’s course so you can complete your picture of the New Testament:

  • Understand how Hellenism shaped the Jewish religion and life in the first century
  • Learn why Jesus’s ministry created so much conflict with religious leaders
  • Explore the concept of resurrection in Judaism and the Greco-Roman world
  • Summarize the key events in the life of the early church
  • And lots more!

For a limited time, get this course as part of the Mobile Ed Summer Session and receive six hours of video lectures from Dr. Darrell Bock plus a bundle of books specially curated to help you get the most out of the course. You’ll also have the opportunity to join fellow students in an online discussion moderated by a Logos scholar. It’s a great way to get a seminary-level classroom experience without leaving home.

With Summer Session, you’ll get this enhanced Mobile Ed experience for 38% off the price of just the course—learning in community under the guidance of a Logos scholar all for less than $200.

Your last chance to take this course during Summer Session is July 18. Don’t wait—enroll now.