Darrell Bock, Craig Evans, and Douglas Moo are three people whose names come up often around here—and for good reason. Their biblical commentaries and reference works are studied in seminaries across the globe. They are continual best-selling authors and have trained pastors and students of the Bible for decades. Many people would love to take a front row seat in each of their classrooms, but that would require moving across the country … three times.
That’s why we created Mobile Ed—to bring their teaching to you.
We invited each of these scholars (and over a hundred more) to record their course material in our studios. Then we enriched their lectures with “smart” transcripts, recommended readings, quizzes, and more.
So that we can share their insight with as many people as possible, we are giving open access to three lectures from our most popular courses. You’ll learn four steps for better Bible study, experience life under Roman rule, and improve your understanding of Paul’s letter to the Romans.
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Four steps to studying the Bible
In this lecture from BI100 Learn to Study the Bible, Dr. Darrell Bock introduces you to four key steps for advancing your Bible study. He then walks you through the first step, using an example from Acts.
Time of Jesus: social and economic background
In this lecture from NT311 The World of Jesus and the Gospels, Dr. Craig Evans describes the socioeconomic setting of Israel during the time of Jesus. He describes what archaeology tells us about literacy rates, what commerce looked like among Jews in Rome, and the sinister intent behind the saying “All roads lead to Rome.”
To learn more, browse Dr. Evans’ courses, starting at less than $35 each.
The theme and emphasis of Romans
In this lecture from NT331 Paul’s Letter to the Romans, Dr. Douglas Moo explains the theme of Paul’s letter to the Romans and introduces you to the New Perspective on Paul and the various emphases of this rich and diverse letter.
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