Gain a foundational understanding of Scripture and sit under the teaching of three giants of New Testament scholarship! Now is your chance to save 50% on courses by Douglas Moo, Darrell Bock, and Ben Witherington with the Mobile Ed: Essentials Bundle.
Solid theological teaching
Renowned scholar and professor Dr. Douglas J. Moo traces the major theological themes of Romans, following Paul’s flow of thought throughout his argument. He also covers key historical and theological backgrounds and addresses both traditional interpretations of Romans and the New Perspective on Paul.
“This is an outstanding class. I love the way it is put together. I am very happy with Doug Moo’s balanced approach. The suggested readings are wonderful.” —Jim, Mobile Ed user
Dr. Darrell Bock, one of the world’s foremost biblical scholars, has distilled his decades of research and teaching experience into this course on how to study the Bible. Dr. Bock teaches you how to read Scripture through four steps, as well as how to study Scripture by understanding the original context and genre it was written in.
“This course is smart, direct, and enjoyable. The course can be as easy or as challenging as you want. For easy mode, just go through the videos and suggested reading; for a little more challenge read the extra ‘See Also’ material and work through the Guides and Tools studies.” —Terri, Mobile Ed user
Dr. Ben Witherington III leads you through the Gospel of John, 1–3 John, and Revelation, exploring their distinctive nature and discussing what they reveal about Jesus and his message to the church. See how Dr. Witherington’s three decades of research on Johannine literature can enrich your understanding of these books.
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- BI100 How to Study the Bible | Darrell Bock
- NT221 The Wisdom of John | Ben Witherington III
- NT331 Paul’s Letter to the Romans | Doug Moo