What was it like to be among the first Christians? The book of Acts documents this dynamic and monumental period of our history, the implications of which are far reaching for life and ministry. What were the issues which drove the early Church? What role did missions play in their lives? What does this book reveal to us about God?
In the three-course Mobile Ed: Studies in Acts Bundle, top experts in this field will guide you in exploring these questions and many more. You’ll look at the role of the Holy Spirit as the main actor in the book of Acts and explore important themes like ethnic reconciliation, evangelism, and missions.
With this course under your belt, your preaching, teaching, and study will be taken to a new level, as you can compare the early Church to today’s church, drawing out relevant application points and learning from the first Christians.
Learning in Logos Bible Software
With the Mobile Ed: Studies in Acts Bundle, you’ll get high-quality video teaching right in your Logos software, paired with word-for-word transcripts to help you follow along and find what you’re looking for.
These courses are built with you in mind, and they’re flexible to meet your needs. Whether you want a structured course experience or guides for casual study, Logos Mobile Education is what you’re looking for. And as you add these courses on Acts to your library, they’ll even act within Logos as enhanced commentaries that you can reference for sermon prep or personal study.
This bundle features three courses, including transcripts, self-tests and quizzes, associated readings, and 11 hours of video teaching.
- NT216 Introductory Issues in Acts by Craig S. Keener
- NT217 Key Events and Speeches in Acts by Darrell L. Bock
- NT231 Paul of Tarsus by Lynn H. Cohick
As you embark on a study of the book of Acts, you would be hard-pressed to find better teachers and guides than you will get with this course.
Dr. Craig Keener is professor of New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary, and he has authored many important volumes, including The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament, and the two-volume Acts: An Exegetical Commentary.
Dr. Lynn Cohick is professor of New Testament at Wheaton College, and she has spent decades studying Christian life in the early Church as well as the New Testament as a whole, Paul of Tarsus in particular. She is an expert at understanding the New Testament’s sociohistorical backgrounds, and she’s the author of several titles, including the acclaimed Ephesians volume in the New Covenant Commentary Series.
And Dr. Darrell Bock is professor of New Testament studies and professor of spiritual development and culture at Dallas Theological Seminary. He serves as editor-at-large for Christianity Today and has written many books, including NIVAC: Luke and the commentaries on Luke and Acts in the Baker Exegetical Commentary Series.
With these experts at your side, you are sure to learn much about Acts and how to study and apply what you learn.
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