N.T. Wright & Wayne Grudem on Eschatology & the Trinity

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There are many important but challenging biblical and theological subjects to explore and understand. Thanks to Logos Mobile Education, you don’t have to tackle these subjects alone. We bring top seminary professors and scholars into your living room to guide you through your studies. And now, we have two new courses to help you tackle two of the most difficult topics in Christianity: eschatology and the Trinity.

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Wedding Season Is Almost Here: A Practical Guide for Pastors

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Has your Facebook feed been full of engagement announcements over the past few months? It’s no surprise: almost 40% of engagements occur between November and February. With summer just months away, wedding season is almost here. And as a wedding planner, I have spent the last few weeks meeting lots of brides and grooms. When I sit down with a couple, one of the first questions I get is “Do you know anyone who can officiate my wedding?”

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5 Ways To Strengthen Your Ministry with Mobile Ed

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Pastors and church leaders have important roles that keep them very busy. How do you continue to grow and strengthen your ministry while keeping up with daily tasks? You can’t always fly across the country for a conference or afford to invite top scholars to visit your congregation. Maybe it’s been several years since your days at seminary, or perhaps seminary was never part of your story. How can you invest in yourself and your ministry?

Mobile Ed offers theological education and easy access to hundreds of courses that are easy to fit into a busy schedule. These courses offer the opportunity to continue learning anytime, anywhere. Here are five ways you can strengthen your ministry with Mobile Ed courses.

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Study 1 Corinthians and Interact with Dr. Craig Blomberg!

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Have you ever wanted sit in on a seminary class? Are your days already busy with work and family commitments? How would you like to experience a seminary classroom from home, at your own pace, with one of today’s top scholars? You’re in luck because we are launching a Mobile Ed cohort with a talented New Testament scholar!

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Learn from Top Scholars with the New Logos Mobile Ed Subscription

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Learn from top Christian scholars anytime, anywhere with the new Mobile Ed subscription! Now you can get full access to select Mobile Ed courses for a low monthly price—or start an annual subscription to save even more. 

Every quarter, we’ll release a new batch of Mobile Ed courses to our subscribers. From January 1—March 31, enjoy access to over 50 hours of Mobile Ed for the low price of $49.99 per month! Or save $100 when you start an annual subscription.

Right now you can enjoy 11 Mobile Ed courses from Michael W. Goheen, Craig Keener, Stephen Arteburn, David W. Baker, and more. The Mobile Ed Subscription offers the flexibility to view the courses at your own pace anytime, anywhere.

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Mobile Ed’s 3 Favorite Things from 2016

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From the launch of our free Mobile Ed Activities resource to debuting a new subscription that lets you share the entire Mobile Ed video catalog with your entire church, and producing The Gospel Message in the Early Church (an exclusive Mobile Ed course for Logos 7 libraries), Mobile Ed has had a very busy and exciting year!

Learn more about our 3 favorite things from 2016.

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Explore the History of Christianity in the United States

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“Christianity in America is, in its inception, is a European story. If you look at a family tree of Christianity in America, it would reflect very closely Christianity in Europe. With the on-going expansion of non-European, non-Protestant immigrant communities across the United States, we’re increasingly challenged to think about how the United States can be one unified nation when so many different ethnic and religious communities live here.”

—Chris Armstrong

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How to Navigate the Tension between Kingdom and Culture

navigate-tensionTo be a Christian is to live in tension; the tension between the now and the not yet, the is and the is to come, between what has been promised and what has yet to be fulfilled. And we experience this tension daily as we are called to live as citizens of the Kingdom of God exiled in a foreign land: the culture of the world. It’s a lifelong pursuit, learning to live in this tension with integrity and grace.

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Enjoy 3 Free Lectures from Summer Session Scholars

mEdSSBlogheaderStudy in community with Mobile Education’s Summer Session courses taught by Dr. Michael Heiser, Dr. Darrell Bock, and Dr. Craig Evans and earn your New Testament Cornerstone Certificate in 6 weeks.
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How Archaeology Uncovers the World of Jesus

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Many Christians treat biblical archaeology merely as a way to prove the accuracy of the biblical record, but this field of study has far more to offer than that. Archaeologists investigate the remains of human culture from antiquity, determining what information about the past can be recovered based on those objects. Archaeologists ask, “How do these remnants shed light on or relate to narratives and other literature that has survived from the past?” This has profound implications for the study of Scripture. Once we grasp the insights of biblical archaeology, the life of Jesus and the world he inhabited suddenly come into sharp focus.

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