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Mobile Ed: BI312 A Biblical Theology of Redemption: Themes and Interpretation (9 hour course)
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Mobile Ed: BI312 A Biblical Theology of Redemption: Themes and Interpretation (9 hour course)

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Lexham Press 2015–2017

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Overview

A Biblical Theology of Redemption: Themes and Interpretation (BI312) by Dr. Erika Moore takes an in-depth look at redemption. The course opens with an introduction to biblical theology and how it compares to systematic theology. From there, Dr. Moore examines the history of redemption, beginning with Genesis and the early covenants and moving through the Old Testament into the New. The course concludes by looking at union with Christ and discussing how redemption is applied to believers. An example of how to preach redemption from the Old Testament is also provided.

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion you should be able to:

  • Explain God’s plan of redemption as it unfolds throughout human history
  • Understand the practical and theological difficulties the exiles faced when they returned to Jerusalem
  • Draw closer to God as you reflect on his redemptive work across the millennia and for you personally
  • Explain Jesus’ teaching on the Son of Man as suffering servant and why his audience found it so difficult to understand
  • Preach redemption from the Old Testament

Course Outline

Introduction

  • Introducing the Speaker and Course

Unit 1: Preliminary Issues and Distinctions

  • Definition of Biblical Theology: Part 1
  • Definition of Biblical Theology: Part 2
  • Dangers Biblical Theology Guards Against
  • Christocentric Nature of Biblical Theology: Part 1
  • Christocentric Nature of Biblical Theology: Part 2
  • How Biblical Theology Differs from Systematic Theology
  • Relationship between Redemption and Revelation

Unit 2: Covenantal Nature of Redemption

  • Definition of Redemption
  • Covenant of Redemption
  • Trinitarian Foundation of Redemption
  • Covenants in Redemptive History

Unit 3: The Fall Sets the Stage

  • Metanarrative of Scripture and the Need for Redemption
  • Two Seeds in Genesis 3:15: Part 1
  • Two Seeds in Genesis 3:15: Part 2
  • Two Seeds in Genesis 3:15: Part 3

Unit 4: The Exodus and the Roots of Israel’s Laws

  • From the Garden to Egypt
  • The Exodus from Egypt
  • The First Passover
  • Passover Reflected in Leviticus
  • Meaning and Significance of the Sacrificial System
  • Celebration and Obligation
  • Segullah: God’s Mad Money
  • Care for the Disenfranchised in Society

Unit 5: Echoes of Redemption in Subsequent Revelation

  • Echoes of Redemption in Joshua and Judges
  • The Book of Ruth: Part 1
  • The Book of Ruth: Part 2
  • The Book of Ruth: Part 3
  • The Book of Ruth: Part 4

Unit 6: Echoes of Redemption in the Prophets

  • Prophetic Reflections: Who Are the Prophets?
  • Prophetic Use of Exodus Imagery
  • Why the Exile Led to a Crisis of Faith
  • Radical Solution Needed: Jeremiah
  • Radical Solution Needed: Ezekiel
  • A Second Exodus: Out of Babylon

Unit 7: The Postexilic Situation

  • Problems Faced by the Returnees: Devastation of the Land
  • Problems Faced by the Returnees: Land Disputes
  • Problems Faced by the Returnees: External and Internal Opposition
  • Postexilic Period under Ezra and Nehemiah
  • “It Tastes Like More”
  • Did God Lie to Israel?: Part 1
  • Did God Lie to Israel?: Part 2

Unit 8: The Exodus Motif in the Psalter

  • Source of Encouragement
  • Source of Confusion: Part 1
  • Source of Confusion: Part 2
  • Source of Confusion: Part 3
  • Redemption Concept in the Intertestamental Period

Unit 9: Redemption in the New Testament

  • Broadening and Narrowing
  • Nature of the Kingdom
  • Daniel 7: The Son of Man (Part 1)
  • Daniel 7: The Son of Man (Part 2)
  • Isaiah’s Suffering Servant
  • Isaiah’s Suffering Servant and Daniel’s Son of Man
  • First-Century Context of Redemption and Ransom
  • Redemption: Victory of Christ over Satan
  • Jesus as the True Israel
  • The Transfiguration and Jesus’ Exodus
  • Jesus as a Second Moses

Unit 10: Union with Christ

  • Redemption Applied: Situational Awareness
  • Union with Christ: The Hub of the Wheel
  • Union with Christ: In His Session
  • Union with Christ: All the Blessings
  • Union with Christ: Implications for Christian Living
  • Freed from God’s Wrath and Slavery to Sin
  • Freed from Slavery to Sin and Works Righteousness

Unit 11: Redemption Applied to the Believer

  • Calling
  • Regeneration, Faith and Repentance, Justification
  • Sanctification and Perseverance
  • Adoption: Part 1
  • Adoption: Part 2
  • Adoption: Part 3
  • Glorification
  • Redemption and the Contemporary Church

Unit 12: Preaching Redemption

  • How to Preach Redemption from the Old Testament: Part 1
  • How to Preach Redemption from the Old Testament: Part 2
  • How to Preach Redemption from the Old Testament: Part 3

Conclusion

  • Conclusion to the Course

Product Details

  • Title: BI312 A Biblical Theology of Redemption: Themes and Interpretation
  • Instructor: Erika Moore
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 1
  • Video Hours: 9

About the Instructor

Dr. Erika Moore received a BA in political science with a minor in third-world development from Wheaton College, as well as an MAR and a PhD in hermeneutics and biblical studies from Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

She’s currently professor of biblical studies and Hebrew at Trinity School for Ministry (Ambridge, PA) where she serves as chair of the biblical-studies department and as director of the STM (masters in sacred theology) program. She’s contributed to The Everyday Study Bible, The Woman’s Study Bible, The Dictionary of Biblical Imagery, The New Dictionary of Apologetics, Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry, and Writings, Presence, Power and Promise: The Role of the Spirit of God in the Old Testament, and has coauthored The Psalms as Christian Worship (2010) and The Psalms as Christian Lament with Bruce Waltke and James Houston.

Getting the most out of Mobile Ed

Logos Mobile Education is a highly effective cross-platform learning environment that integrates world class teaching with the powerful study tools and theological libraries available in Logos Bible Software. Every course provides links to additional resources and suggested readings that supplement the lecture material at the end of every transcript segment.

This course comes with an Activities resource that functions as a type of “workbook” for the course. This resource includes learning activities such as: places for you to respond to reflection questions, exercises that will challenge and show you how deepen your understanding of this course by using specific Logos tools and resources, tutorial videos on different features of Logos Bible Software, and links to relevant Logos guides and tools. A link to open the Activities resource is conveniently placed at the end of every segment.