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Redefining online education

Mobile Ed courses provide formal biblical instruction akin to a Bible college or seminary experience. Learning takes place in an innovative mobile learning environment. The professor speaks directly to you. It’s a personal one-on-one tutorial.

Course List

Apologetics

AP120 Introducing Covenantal Apologetics I: The Foundation of Covenantal Apologetics K. Scott Oliphint
AP121 Introducing Covenantal Apologetics II: The Practice of Covenantal Apologetics K. Scott Oliphint
AP211 Show and Tell: Apologetics in the Postmodern Context Jim Belcher
AP221 Apologetics in an Urban Context Carl F. Ellis, Jr.

Biblical Interpretation

BI101 Introducing Biblical Interpretation: Contexts and Resources Michael S. Heiser
BI181 Introducing Bible Translations Mark L. Strauss
BI201 The Story of the Bible Michael W. Goheen
BI291 The Apocrypha: Witness Between the Testaments David deSilva
BI390 Biblical Sexual Ethics David Instone-Brewer

Communication

CM100 Basic History of Preaching Gary Carr
CM101 Basic Elements of Preaching: An Introduction to Homiletics Gary Carr
CM102 Invitation to Biblical Preaching I: Theological, Historical,
and Pragmatic Reasons for Preaching
J. Kent Edwards
CM103 Invitation to Biblical Preaching II: Preaching Biblical Sermons J. Kent Edwards

Counseling

CO111 Gospel-Centered Counseling Elyse Fitzpatrick
CO131 Integrative Counseling Dave Wenzel

Cultural Studies

CS201 Western Civilization: Greeks to Aqunias Bryan Litfin
CS251 History and Theology of the African American Church Carl F. Ellis, Jr.

Education

ED101 Introducing Discipleship Greg Ogden
ED201 Empowering God’s People for Ministry Greg Ogden
ED205 Discipleship in History and Practice Frederick Cardoza

Language

LA211 Introducing New Testament Discourse Grammar Steven E. Runge

Leadership Development

LD102 The Ministry Leader and the Inner Life Justin Irving
LD202 Communication and Organizational Leadership Justin Irving

Logos Academic Training

LT151 Logos Academic Training Morris Proctor

Missions

MI101 Introducing Global Missions Don Fanning
MI102 Issues in Missions Tim Sisk
MI201 Church Planting Tim Sisk
MI251 Biblical Theology of Urban Ministry John Fuder
MI252 Philosophy and Practice of Urban Ministry John Fuder
MI255 Shalom in the City: Alexis de Toqueville and Urban Church Planting Jim Belcher
MI301 Community Analysis: Exegeting Culture for Missions John Fuder

New Testament

NT101 Introducing New Testament: Its Structure and Story Lynn H. Cohick
NT201 The Cultural World of the New Testament David deSilva
NT211 Introducing the Gospels and Acts: Their Background, Nature, and Purpose Darrell L. Bock
NT221 The Wisdom of John: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary on Johannine Literature Ben Witherington III
NT225 Survey of the Pastoral Epistles Kenneth Waters
NT231 Paul of Tarsus Lynn H. Cohick
NT250 Perspectives on Jesus and the Gospels Kenneth Waters
NT251 The Sermon on the Mount Jonathan Pennington
NT252 Parables of Jesus Daniel M. Doriani
NT253 Miracles of Jesus Daniel M. Doriani
NT281 How We Got the New Testament Michael S. Heiser
NT301 Reading the Gospels Wisely Jonathan Pennington
NT305 New Testament Theology Douglas J. Moo
NT306 The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament Craig A. Evans
NT307 Archaeology and the New Testament Craig A. Evans
NT308 The Reliability of New Testament Manuscripts Craig A. Evans
NT311 The World of Jesus and the Gospels Craig A. Evans
NT312 The Gospels and Ancient Pedagogy Craig A. Evans
NT313 Jesus and the Witness of the Outsiders Craig A. Evans
NT315 Book Study: The Gospel of Mark Mark L. Strauss
NT316 Book Study: The Gospel of Luke David E. Garland
NT323 Book Study: The Gospel of John Joel Willitts
NT331 Book Study: Paul’s Letter to the Romans Douglas J. Moo
NT347 Book Study: Paul's Letter to the Colossians Joshua Jipp
NT341 Book Study: Paul’s Letter to the Galatians Douglas J. Moo
NT390 Jesus as Rabbi: The Jewish Context of the Life of Jesus David Instone-Brewer
NT391 Hospitality in the New Testament Joshua Jipp

Old Testament

OT101 Introducing Old Testament: Its Structure and Story Mark D. Futato
OT102 Introducing the Old Testament: Its Poetry and Prophecy David W. Baker
OT201 Old Testament Genres John H. Walton
OT232 A Survey of Amos, Joel, Obadiah, and Malachi David W. Baker
OT281 How We Got the Old Testament Michael S. Heiser
OT291 The Jewish Trinity: How the Old Testament Reveals the Christian Godhead Michael S. Heiser
OT301 Origins of Genesis 1–3 John H. Walton
OT306 Book Study: Exodus Tremper Longman III
OT317 Book Study: Judges Daniel I. Block
OT321 Book Study: 1 & 2 Samuel David T. Lamb
OT325 Book Study: 1 & 2 Kings David T. Lamb
OT391 The Shema Mark D. Futato

Pastoral Care

PC101 Pastoral Ministry in a Missional Church Michael W. Goheen
PC131 Shepherding Women Bev Hislop
PC151 Theology of Everyday Life Daniel M. Doriani
PC201 Pastoral Ethics Daniel M. Doriani

Personal & Professional Development

PD101 Our Identity in Christ Elyse Fitzpatrick
PD102 Idolatry and the Power of the Cross Elyse Fitzpatrick
PD151 Do This Not That to Transform Your Marriage Stephen Arterburn
PD161 Understanding and Living with Sexual Integrity Stephen Arterburn
PD201 Introducing Spiritual Formation Gary Thomas

Theology

TH101 Introducing Bible Doctrine I: Theology, Divine Revelation, and the Bible Carl Sanders; Ronn Johnson; Michael S. Heiser
TH102 Introducing Bible Doctrine II: The Triune God and His Heavenly Host Carl Sanders; Ronn Johnson
TH103 Introducing Bible Doctrine III: Humanity, Sin, and Salvation Carl Sanders; Ronn Johnson
TH104 Introducing Bible Doctrine IV: The Church and Last Things Carl Sanders; Ronn Johnson
TH191 Missional Approach to World Religions Michael W. Goheen
TH241 Christology: The Doctrine of Christ Gerry Breshears
TH291 History and Trends in Dispensationalism Carl Sanders
TH292 Critical Issues in Dispensationalism Carl Sanders

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Mobile Ed faculty are experienced professors, but they are also experienced teachers in the local church. Lectures are broken down into short segments and filmed in a one-to-one format, not from the back of a classroom. Screencasts provide hands-on training relevant to ministry tasks.

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Mobile Ed courses cover every subject area in seminary: Bible, theology, original languages, interpretation, church history, counseling, and practical ministry.

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