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Mobile Ed: Darrell Bock Luke and Acts Bundle (3 courses)
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Mobile Ed: Darrell Bock Luke and Acts Bundle (3 courses)

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Explore the books of Luke and Acts in depth with Dr. Darrell L. Bock, an internationally recognized scholar who has been teaching and writing on these books for over thirty-five years. Throughout this three-course bundle, see what makes Luke’s Gospel distinct from the other Gospels, explore key moments in the book of Acts, and trace the theological themes that span these two books. You will learn how Luke’s writings are the “glue” that holds the New Testament together and explore how they cohere the Old Testament and the New.

“Luke-Acts is fundamentally about legitimization,” says Dr. Bock. “Even though Christianity seems to be new, it actually is the realization of promises that go back all the way to Abraham, all the way to Moses. It’s been around a long time. It’s the completion of Jewish hope, and that legitimizes the early church. . . . What’s being preached is that Jesus Christ is the Messiah of Israel and completes the promise that God made to Abraham long ago.”

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NT322 Book Study: The Gospel of Luke

  • Instructor: Darrell L. Bock
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Video Hours: 10

In NT322, Dr. Bock walks through the Gospel of Luke. He looks at the major themes in the book, including discipleship, faithfulness to God, and the priority of the kingdom of God. Dr. Bock explains important background information and provides an overview of the narrative flow of the book as he shows how Jesus works in the context of Luke’s narrative.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Background to Luke and Acts
  • Luke, the Orphan of the Gospels
  • Author
  • Date of Mark
  • Purpose
  • Genre and Orality
Unit 2: Luke’s Prologue, John the Baptist, and Jesus (Luke 1:1–2:52)
  • Overview of Luke and the Prologue and the Announcement of the Birth of John the Baptist
  • The Announcement and the Birth of Jesus
  • Mary Meets Elizabeth and the Magnificat
  • The Birth of John the Baptist and the Benedictus
  • The Birth of Jesus
  • The Piety of Jesus’ Background and Division for Israel
  • Jesus Speaks for Himself
Unit 3: The Baptist, Jesus’ Baptism, His Roots and Success in Temptation (Luke 3:1–4:13)
  • Overview of Luke 3:1–4:15 and John the Baptist: One Who Goes Before
  • The Baptism of Jesus and the Divine Voice
  • The Genealogy of Jesus
  • The Temptation of Jesus
Unit 4: Galilean Ministry: Portraits in Christ’s Power, Call to the Kingdom, and Suffering (Luke 4:14–9:50)
  • Jesus Rejected in His Hometown Synagogue
  • Day in Capernaum
  • Jesus Calls the First Disciples
  • Miracles and the First Three Controversies of Five
  • Miracles and the Final Two Controversies of Five
  • The Sermon on the Plain: Part 1
  • The Sermon on the Plain: Part 2
  • Healing of the Centurion’s Servant and Widow Nain’s Son
  • Reflections on John the Baptist and Jesus
  • Anointing of the Sinful Woman
  • Kingdom Parables and the Word of God
  • Four Miracles Revealing Jesus’ Power
  • Toward the Confession of Peter
  • Disclosure of the Kind of Messiah Jesus Is and the Disciples’ Confusion
Unit 5: Journey to Jerusalem: Rising Opposition, More Opportunity for Response, and Preparation of the Disciples (Luke 9:51–19:44)
  • Jesus Heading toward Jerusalem and a Visit to Samaria
  • The Mission of the Seventy-Two
  • The Parable of the Good Samaritan and Martha and Mary
  • Jesus’ Teaching on Prayer
  • Debate over Jesus’ Ministry
  • Woes to Pharisees and Scribes
  • Who to Fear
  • The Rich Fool and Who to Trust
  • The Parable of the Stewards and Responding to the Times
  • Repentance
  • Healings in the Kingdom
  • Sabbath Healing and the Subjects of Ministry
  • Themes on Discipleship
  • Two Parables about Pursuing the Lost
  • The Prodigal Son
  • The Parable of the Unrighteous Steward with Comments about Kingdom Ethics on Money and Possessions
  • The Rich Man and Lazarus
  • Miscellaneous Teachings and Healing
  • Teaching about the Son of Man Coming in Judgment
  • Two More Parables and a Picture
  • The Rich Young Ruler
  • Coming Suffering and the Healing of a Blind Man
  • Zacchaeus and the Parable of the Ten Minas
  • A Triumphal Entry
  • Prediction of Jerusalem’s Destruction
Unit 6: The Last Week in Jerusalem: Controversy, Crucifixion, and Resurrection (Luke 19:45–24:53)
  • Temple Cleansing
  • John the Baptist and the Parable of the Wicked Tenants
  • Paying Taxes to Caesar and the Dispute about the Resurrection
  • Psalm 110 and a Warning about Scribes
  • A Contrast between the Pharisees and the Poor Widow
  • Introduction to the Eschatological Discourse
  • Toward the Destruction of Jerusalem
  • The Return of the Son of Man and the Exhortation to Keep Watch
  • Events Associated with the Last Supper
  • On Greatness, Receiving Kingdom Authority, and the Prediction of Peter’s Denials
  • Gethsemane, the Arrest of Jesus, Peter’s Denials
  • The Mocking of Jesus and the Jewish Examination of Him
  • Examination by Pilate
  • Crucifixion
  • Women at the Tomb
  • Emmaus Disciples
  • Jesus’ Meeting with the Disciples
Conclusion
  • Summary of Luke
  • Conclusion to the Course

NT328 Theological Themes of Luke-Acts

  • Instructor: Darrell L. Bock
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Video Hours: 3

In NT328, Dr. Bock will walk you through ten theological themes of the unified work Luke-Acts. You will learn what Luke-Acts has to say about salvation, the kingdom, Christians in society, the future of Israel, and so much more. By the end of this course, you will be well acquainted with major themes that are woven throughout the biggest literary work in the New Testament.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: The First Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • Legitimization
Unit 2: The Second Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • The Gospel Is Bigger than You Think
Unit 3: The Third Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • The Main Actor in Luke-Acts
  • The Proclamation of the Gospel through Prophecy and Pattern: Part 1
  • The Proclamation of the Gospel through Prophecy and Pattern: Part 2
  • The Proclamation of the Gospel through Prophecy and Pattern: Part 3
Unit 4: The Fourth Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • Jesus: From the Earth Up
Unit 5: The Fifth Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • The Holy Spirit: Evidence of the New Era, Enablement for Mission
Unit 6: The Sixth Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • The Now and Not Yet Kingdom
  • Jesus’ Two Comings
Unit 7: The Seventh Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • Salvation
  • Repentance
  • Faith
  • The Responses to Forgiveness
  • Driving Home Salvation: Part 1
  • Driving Home Salvation: Part 2
Unit 8: The Eighth Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • The Relationship between Jews and Gentiles
Unit 9: The Ninth Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • Christians in Society
Unit 10: The Tenth Theological Theme of Luke-Acts
  • The Future of Israel: Part 1
  • The Future of Israel: Part 2
Conclusion
  • Concluding the Course

NT217 Key Events and Speeches in Acts

  • Instructor: Darrell L. Bock
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Video Hours: 4

Explore the book of Acts in depth with Dr. Darrell L. Bock, who is internationally recognized for his scholarship in Luke-Acts. You will hear Dr. Bock’s commentary on key speeches and significant events such as Pentecost, the expansion of the gospel to the Gentiles, and the Jerusalem council that decided how Jews and Gentiles would function as one body. You will learn how Luke’s writings are the “glue” that coheres the New Testament, and how these works explain the way the Old Testament fits into the New.

“Luke-Acts is fundamentally about legitimization,” says Dr. Bock. “Even though Christianity seems to be new, it actually is the realization of promises that go back all the way to Abraham, all the way to Moses. It’s been around a long time. It’s the completion of Jewish hope. That legitimizes the early church.”

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Common Themes in Luke-Acts
  • Setting the Context
  • Tracing Luke’s Involvement in Acts
  • God, Scripture, and Jesus
  • The Spirit and the Kingdom
  • Salvation, Jews, and Gentiles
  • Christian Ethics and Israel
  • Speeches in Acts
Unit 2: The Church Begins
  • Ascension, Promise, and Mission
  • A Community in Expectation
  • Pentecost: The Spirit Comes
  • Peter’s Pentecost Speech
  • Researching the Greek Word for “Filling”
  • Peter’s Miracle
  • Peter’s Temple Speech
  • Finding Old Testament Quotes and Allusions in Acts
  • The Old Testament in Peter’s Speech
  • Jesus Is the Only Way
  • Community Issues
  • Responding to Injustice
  • Stephen’s Speech
Unit 3: The Church Spreads
  • Movement beyond Jerusalem
  • The Ethiopian Eunuch and Isaiah 53
  • The Calling of Saul
  • Peter and Cornelius
  • Finding Old Testament Laws about Food Restrictions
  • Peter’s Speech Analyzed
  • Peter’s Defense and Antioch
  • Peter and Herod Contrasted
Unit 4: Paul the Missionary
  • The First Missionary Journey
  • Using Louw-Nida to Find All the Places Paul Visited in Acts
  • Paul’s Synagogue Speech
  • Persecution and a New Missions Context
  • The Jerusalem Council
  • Peter’s Council Speech
  • The Second Missionary Journey
  • Paul in Thessalonica, Berea, and Athens
  • Paul’s Speech in Athens
  • The Mission in Corinth
  • The Third Missionary Journey
  • Eutychus and the Ephesian Elders
  • Paul’s Speech to the Ephesian Elders
  • Researching the Idea of Leaders as Shepherds with Cultural Concepts
Unit 5: Paul the Prisoner
  • Paul’s Arrest in Jerusalem
  • Paul’s Defense and Citizenship
  • Paul’s Defense Speech
  • A Plot to Kill Paul
  • Paul’s Speech to the Sanhedrin
  • Paul’s Defense before Felix
  • Paul versus Tertullus
  • Paul’s Appeal to Caesar
  • Paul before Agrippa
  • A Personal Testimony
  • A Threefold Defense
  • From Israel to Rome
  • Paul Arrives in Rome
Conclusion
  • The Open Ending

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About the Instructor

Dr. Darrell L. Bock, research professor of New Testament studies and professor of spiritual development and culture at Dallas Theological Seminary, serves as editor-at-large for Christianity Today, and is on the board of Chosen People Ministries and Wheaton College. From 2000 to 2001, Dr. Bock served as president of the Evangelical Theological Society.

He has earned international recognition as a Humboldt Scholar for his work in Luke-Acts, historical Jesus study, biblical theology, as well as with messianic Jewish ministries. He has published articles in the Los Angeles Times and The Dallas Morning News and is a well-known author of over 30 books. His publications include Studying the Historical Jesus: A Guide to Sources and Methods, Jesus according to Scripture, an NIV Application Commentary on Luke, Breaking the Da Vinci Code, and commentaries on Acts and Luke in the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (BECNT) series.

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