Journey through the Bible with a Logos Mobile Education Subscription

Dig into the Dead Sea Scrolls with Dr. Craig Evans, discover the Apocrypha with Dr. David deSilva, and explore Acts with Dr. Darrell Bock.

With the Mobile Ed Subscription, you can access a diverse collection of courses from today’s top scholars. For $49.99/month, you’ll get the flexibility to view a rotating selection of courses at your own pace anytime, anywhere through Faithlife TV and Logos Bible Software. Course content is updated quarterly.

Start your subscription today, and from April 1–June 30, you’ll enjoy full access to these eight Mobile Ed courses.

Introducing Covenantal Apologetics I: The Foundation of Covenantal Apologetics (AP120)

Dr. K. Scott Oliphint begins with the basics—what is covenantal apologetics and why do it? What is the basis for defending the Bible’s truths? He provides examples from the Old and New Testaments, and uses the doctrines of Scripture, God, man, and salvation as a biblical warrant for apologetics. Throughout the course, Dr. Oliphint focuses on humanity’s covenant relationship with God in all things.

Interpreting New Testament Genres (BI260)

Develop a new level of competency in interpreting the New Testament with Dr. William Klein’s guidance and insight on New Testament genres. Learn how to interpret the different genres found in the New Testament epistles. Distinguish which events in Acts are meant to be descriptive, describing what happened, and which are meant to be prescriptive, instructing on how to live. Discover how the book of Revelation combines three genres, and how this affects its interpretation.

The Apocrypha: Witness between the Testaments (BI291)

In this course, distinguished scholar Dr. David deSilva provides you with an introduction to the Old Testament Apocrypha. Become familiar with the setting and content of books such as 1–4 Maccabees, Judith, Baruch, the Wisdom of Solomon, and more. Understand how these writings influenced the writers of the New Testament and the early church, and how they provide us with valuable insight into the Judaism of the time of Christ.

Introducing Evangelism (ED121)

Gain confidence to share and defend your faith with this course from apologist, author, and pastor Dr. Bobby Conway. Examine the biblical definitions for “evangelism” and “apologetics” so you can live out the Great Commission in your home, workplace, and community. Acquire useful and proven strategies to overcome the most common challenges, such as facing your fears and answering hard questions. Simplify your outreach program and engage your culture biblically with Dr. Conway’s five-part approach to evangelism. Whether you desire to do more personal evangelism and apologetics, or whether you desire to equip others for the ministry, Dr. Conway provides the instruction you need.

Introducing Global Missions (MI101)

Introducing Global Missions (MI101) introduces the reality of the rapidly changing sociopolitical world of the last 70 years. Dr. Don Fanning explores the development of a theology of mission, reviews a history of missions from the first century to the present, and assesses possible directions for global missions in the future based on current trends. Dr. Fanning also discusses practical matters of preparing for missions, developing a strategy for a proposed mission, understanding cross-cultural considerations, fund-raising, and interacting with other religions of the world.

Key Events and Speeches in Acts (NT217)

Explore the book of Acts in depth with Dr. Darrell L. Bock, who is internationally recognized for his scholarship in Luke-Acts. You will hear Dr. Bock’s commentary on key speeches and significant events such as Pentecost, the expansion of the gospel to the Gentiles, and the Jerusalem council that decided how Jews and Gentiles would function as one body. You will learn how Luke’s writings are the “glue” that coheres the New Testament, and how these works explain the way the Old Testament fits into the New.

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament (NT306)

Dr. Craig Evans combines his extensive knowledge of ancient manuscripts and New Testament studies to survey the contents, context, and influence of the Dead Sea Scrolls. He details the history of the scrolls and the Essenes, and shows how the scrolls affect our understanding of Jesus, John the Baptist, and the early church.

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