No matter what you’re studying, the medium determines your methods and tools. If you’re studying a piece of art, you might use a magnifying glass as you study the artist’s brushstrokes. If you’re studying mechanics, your toolbox is a necessity. So when it comes to studying the Bible, what’s in your toolbox?
The Bible is certainly a book (or collection of books), but it is more than that; it is the very Word of God. It is an extraordinary book, and our methods and tools should recognize that.
Dr. Darrell Bock, research professor of New Testament studies and professor of spiritual development and culture at Dallas Theological Seminary, has dedicated his life to understanding these methods and utilizing tools like Logos Bible Software to mine the depths of Scripture to enrich the church.
He’s distilled his careful method into a new resource from Logos Mobile Education: BI100 Learn to Study the Bible.
In this unprecedented resource, Dr. Bock teaches you through high-quality video lessons and tutorials. When paired with enriched transcripts in Logos, this course is a powerful learning tool. You can find exactly what you’re looking for with a quick search and have your instructor right in your software, guiding you in your studies.
In addition to learning Dr. Bock’s Bible study methods, you’ll also learn to use Logos Bible Software for deep, meaningful study. This course includes four hours of video, divided up between Dr. Bock’s lessons and Logos screencast tutorials which do more than telling you—they show you.
This Mobile Ed course is available for pre-order at 40% off—but only until October 24. Pre-order now before the price goes up!