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

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.

In Perspectives on Eschatology: Five Views on the Millennium (TH341) and Perspectives on the Trinity: Eternal Generation and Subordination in Tension (TH361) Logos Mobile Education guides you through five different perspectives on Eschatology and opens up a great conversation about the Trinity with today’s top theologians.

Examine Eschatology With Dr. N. T. Wright

Eschatology, the study of end times, is one of the most debated subjects in Christianity. Believers hold different positions on important topics like the rapture, the tribulation, and the nature of the millennial reign of Christ. In Perspectives on Eschatology: Five Views on the Millennium (TH341 ), five preeminent theologians and New Testament scholars put forth their perspectives on eschatology:

  • Darrell L. Bock—Pre-tribulation Premillennialism
  • Douglas J. Moo—Post-tribulation Premillennialism
  • Sam Storms—Amillennialism
  • Peter J. Leithart—Postmillennial Preterism
  • N. T. Wright—New Heavens, New Earth Eschatology

After hearing each side of the eschatology debate, you’ll have a better understanding of the different positions Christians hold about the end times and be able to explain the various issues involved when studying eschatology.

Buy the course now and study at your own pace.

Explore The Trinity With Dr. Wayne Grudem

In Perspectives on the Trinity: Eternal Generation and Subordination in Tension (TH361), Drs. Wayne Grudem, Millard Erickson, Fred Sanders, Bruce Ware, and Kevin Giles explore a major question about the Trinity: Is God the Son subordinate to God the Father in eternity, or not? While Jesus certainly seemed to be subordinate to God during his earthly ministry, was this the case before his incarnation? Afterward? Each contributor lays out his perspective on the issue that affects our understanding of who God is, what the Bible teaches, and what the historic church has taught. The activities resource for this course includes additional videos by Drs. Michael Bird and Scott Harrower, helping frame the background and significance of this topic.


Pick it up today to learn perspectives from some of today’s theological giants.

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Liz Melton
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Written by Liz Melton