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This four-course bundle takes you through Paul’s letters to the Romans and the Galatians, as well as into New Testament and Pauline theology. With over 30 years of research and teaching experience, Dr. Douglas Moo is the ideal guide for bridging the New Testament world to yours. In NT276, Dr. Moo organizes Paul’s theology within the new realm of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the lives of Jesus’ followers. In NT331, he follows Paul’s thoughts in Romans. In NT341, he helps you understand how Paul’s letter to the Galatians applies today. And in NT305, you’ll survey key New Testament concepts and discover its overall message. Dr. Moo stresses the importance of reading New Testament books in their own context, appreciating the unity they have through divine inspiration.

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NT276 Pauline Theology

  • Instructor: Douglas J. Moo
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Video Hours: 11

In NT276 Pauline Theology Dr. Douglas J. Moo organizes Paul’s theology within the new realm of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the lives of Jesus’ followers. After comparing the new realm to the old realm of the law, Dr. Moo takes you on a journey from the inauguration of the new realm to its culmination, stopping to discuss the people of the new realm and how Jesus’ followers enter into, live within, and enjoy this new realm. This course provides you with a foundation to read, study, teach, and preach the message of the apostle Paul.


  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Paul’s Theology and Methodological Issues
  • Relating Biblical and Systematic Theology
  • Constructing Theology
  • Paul’s Missional and Historical Contexts
  • Paul’s Journeys and Theological Development
  • Searching for the Historical Paul
  • Constructing Paul’s Theology
  • Determining the Number of Paul’s Letters
Unit 2: Sources and Context for Paul’s Theology
  • Paul’s Use of the Old Testament
  • Paul’s Understanding of the Old Testament
  • Paul’s Contemporary Influences
  • Paul’s Eschatological Viewpoint
Unit 3: The New Realm
  • The Center of the New Realm
  • The Gospel in Paul
  • Pauline Christology
  • Jesus as Messiah
  • Jesus as Son of God
  • Jesus as Lord
  • Jesus as God
  • Christology in Philippians 2:6–11
  • Christology in Colossians 1:15–20
Unit 4: The Old Realm
  • Addressing Solution and Plight
  • The Predicament of Sin
  • Definitions of Sin
  • The Universality of Sin
  • The Results of Sin
  • Paul’s View of Human Nature
  • Aspects of Human Nature
  • Powers of the Old Realm
  • Law in the Old Testament
  • The Law in Salvation History
  • The New Perspective on Judaism
  • The New Perspective on Paul
  • Evaluating the New Perspective on Paul
  • Final Thoughts on the New Perspective on Paul
Unit 5: Inauguration of the New Realm
  • Jesus’ Death and Resurrection
  • Jesus’ Redemptive Death
  • Jesus’ Atoning Death
  • Jesus’ Substitutionary Death
  • Jesus’ Victorious Death
Unit 6: Experiencing the New Realm
  • Experiencing Salvation
  • Experiencing Justification
  • Old Testament Background for Justification
  • Reformation Views on Justification
  • Challenges to Reformation Views: Part 1
  • Challenges to Reformation Views: Part 2
  • Challenges to Reformation Views: Part 3
  • Believing in Christ
  • Responding to Grace
  • Final Justification
  • Justification and Resurrection
  • Experiencing Reconciliation
  • Experiencing Adoption
  • Experiencing Sanctification
Unit 7: Entering the New Realm
  • Experiencing Grace
  • Experiencing Election
  • Election and God’s Sovereignty
  • Election and Human Responsibility
  • Repentance and Faith
  • Faith and Obedience
  • Gift of the Spirit and Water Baptism
Unit 8: Culmination of the New Realm
  • Culmination of Events
  • Implications for Believers
  • The Intermediate State
  • Timing of Events at Christ’s Return
  • Implications for Unbelievers
  • Believers and Judgment
  • The Destiny of Israel
  • The Destiny of Creation
  • The Timing of the Culmination
Unit 9: People of the New Realm
  • The Priority of the Church
  • Israel and the Church
  • The Church as the Ekklēsia
  • The Church as the Body of Christ
  • The Church as the Temple of God
  • The Lord’s Supper
  • The Gifts to the Church
  • The Pastoral Letters
  • Leadership in the Church
  • Female Leadership in the Church
Unit 10: Living in the New Realm
  • Living the Christian Life
  • Indicatives and Imperatives
  • Perfectionism and Moralism
  • Christians and the Mosaic Law
  • Renewing the Mind
  • Living a Holy Life
  • Having Regard for Others
  • Living in the World
  • The Redemption of Creation
  • Final Words

NT331 Book Study: Paul’s Letter to the Romans

  • Instructor: Douglas J. Moo
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Video Hours: 10

Paul’s epistle to the Romans is one of the most important theological treatises ever written. In this upper-division course, Douglas Moo traces the major theological themes of Romans, following Paul’s flow of thought from argument to argument. Moo covers essential historical and theological backgrounds, and brings students into Romans’ traditional interpretations and the newer ideas developed by the New Perspective on Paul.


  • Introducing the Course and the Speaker
Unit 1: Introduction to Romans
  • The Occasion of Romans
  • Creating an Introduction to the Book of Romans
  • Paul’s Audience for Romans
  • The Purpose of Romans
  • The Theme and Emphasis of Romans
  • The Letter’s Introduction
  • Investigating the Genitive Construction in Romans 1:5
  • The Theme of the Letter (Romans 1:16–17)
  • Conducting a Word Study on the Term “Gospel” in Romans
  • The Essence of the Good News
  • The Meaning of “Righteousness of God”
  • Identifying the Common Greek Root for “Righteousness” and “Justify”
Unit 2: The Universal Reign of Sin
  • Humanity’s Need for Salvation
  • The Condemnation of Homosexuality
  • Jews and the Judgment of God
  • Doing What the Law Requires
  • Paul and the Law
  • Exploring the Different Meanings of the Term “Law” in Romans
  • The Spirit and the Law
  • Under the Power of Sin
  • The Works of the Law
  • Evaluating the New Perspective
Unit 3: Justification by Faith
  • Justification and the Righteousness of God
  • God’s Righteousness and Christ’s Faithfulness
  • Righteousness and Redemption
  • Comparing English Translations of the Greek Term Hilastērion
  • Righteousness and Holiness
  • By Faith Alone
  • The Doctrine of Justification
  • Four Basic Questions on Justification
  • The Meaning and Basis of Justification
  • The Timing of Justification
  • The Means of Justification
  • Justification and Judgment
  • Abraham’s Faith
Unit 4: The Hope of Salvation
  • Following the Argument of Romans 1–8
  • Using Visual Filters to See Major Divisions in Romans
  • Reading Romans 5–8
  • The Historical Adam Debate
  • Believers and Sin
  • Old Man versus New Man
  • Concepts of Righteousness
  • Christians and the Law
  • The Relationship of Believers to the Old Testament Law
  • The Old Testament Law and Christ’s Law
  • The Purpose of the Law in Salvation
  • Locating All the Questions in the Book of Romans
  • The Timing of Paul’s Experience in Romans 7
  • The Law of God and the Law of Sin
  • The Ministry of God’s Spirit
  • Researching the Work of the Holy Spirit in Romans
  • The Destiny of Creation
  • Christians and Environmentalism
  • Assurance for the Future
Unit 5: God’s Faithfulness and Israel
  • The Gospel and Israel
  • The Title “God” for Christ
  • Who Is “Israel”?
  • Romans 9 and Election
  • Hosea in Romans 9
  • Identifying Old Testament Quotes and Allusions in Romans
  • Two Kinds of Righteousness
  • Israel’s Responsibility
  • Has God Rejected His People?
  • The Gentile Christian Audience
  • The Recurring Pattern in Romans 11:12–32
  • “All Israel Will Be Saved”
  • Who Is Israel and When Will They Be Saved?
  • The Quotation of Isaiah 59:20
  • Investigating an Old Testament Quote in Romans 11:26
Unit 6: Christian Conduct
  • The Gospel in Everyday Life
  • Total Transformation
  • Worship in Everyday Life
  • The Renewing of the Mind
  • Relationships with Other Christians
  • Sincere Love
  • Governing Authorities
  • Submit to the Authorities
  • Authority to Punish and Tax
  • Love and Law
  • Salvation Is Nearer Now
  • Liberty and Love
  • Addressing the Weak and the Strong
  • Exercise Liberty in Love
  • Accepting All Brothers and Sisters in Christ
  • Paul’s Plans for Ministry
  • Paul’s Greetings to the Roman Christians
  • Paul’s Greetings to Women
  • A Warning and Final Remarks
  • The Closing Doxology
  • Summary of the Theme

NT305 New Testament Theology

  • Instructor: Douglas J. Moo
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Video Hours: 12

Survey the structures and purpose of New Testament theology with renowned Bible scholar and author Dr. Douglas Moo. This expansive course looks at key concepts that emerge from the different books of the New Testament, and explains the overall message God has for the church. Dr. Moo examines the diversity of the New Testament writings, stressing the importance of reading each book in its own context, as well as the unity that arises from their divine inspiration. As he says in the course:

I understand the Bible, then, to be a divine–human book that speaks to every generation. This is its very nature. Because it’s a divine book, inspired by God, there is a unity to it that transcends time and place. But because it’s a human book, because the Bible was written by particular human individuals, it has an undeniable historical context that we have to recognize. Not to recognize that context will be to miss its meaning again and again. But the Bible is a book that speaks to every generation, and that inevitably requires that we engage in the hermeneutical task—the task of trying to understand how this ancient Word of God can relevantly address the current church.

With over 30 years of New Testament research and teaching experience, Dr. Moo is the ideal guide, helping you bridge the gap between what ancient writers meant and what the New Testament means for God’s people today.


  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Locating Biblical Theology
  • History of Biblical Theology
  • Recent Emphases in Biblical Theology
  • Horizons of Biblical Theology
  • Looking Up Biblical Theology with the Reference Box
  • Blending the Horizons
  • Exegesis and Theology
  • Understanding Biblical Theology
  • Issues in Theology: Canon
  • Issues in Theology: Organization
  • Issues in Theology: The Center
  • Approaches to the New Testament
  • Using the Factbook and Searching the Logos Library
  • Genres: The Gospels
  • Genres: The Gospels and Jesus
  • Genre: Acts, Paul, and the General Epistles
  • Studying Paul’s Missionary Journeys with Timelines and the Atlas Tool
  • Genre: The Book of Revelation
Unit 2: The Old Testament in New Testament Theology
  • The New Testament Use of the Old, Part 1
  • Searching for Old Testament Quotations in the New Testament
  • The New Testament Use of the Old, Part 2
  • “Realm” as Organizing Principle
Unit 3: Fundamental Structures of New Testament Theology
  • The Last Days
  • The Kingdom of God
  • The Spirit of God
  • Using the Parallel Passages Feature to Find Connections in Scripture
  • The Good News
  • Studying “Gospel” with the Bible Word Study Tool
Unit 4: The Center of the New Realm
  • New Testament Titles for Jesus
  • Messiah
  • Son of Man
  • Israel
  • The Ultimate Human
  • Lord
  • God (“Theos”)
  • How Jesus Came to Be Viewed as God
Unit 5: Inauguration of the New Realm
  • Models of the Atonement
  • The Cross and the Gospels
  • The Cross and the Early Church
  • The Cross and Paul: Penal Substitution
  • Performing a Bible Word Study on the Word “Messiah”
  • The Cross and Paul: Reconciliation
  • The Cross and Hebrews: Sacrifice and Presentation
  • The Cross and Christus Victor
  • The Cross and Revelation
  • Understanding the Atonement
  • Resurrection and the New Realm
Unit 6: The Old Realm
  • Predicament and Solution
  • The Spirit World
  • The World and Sin
  • Adam’s Sin and All People
  • The Nature of Human Beings
  • The Effects of Sin
  • The Law in the Old Realm
  • The Law in the New Testament
Unit 7: Entering the New Realm
  • God’s Grace
  • God’s Election
  • Conversion and Initiation
  • Repentance and Faith
  • Searching for a Specific Greek Phrase with Greek Lemmas
  • Following Jesus
  • The Language of Justification
  • The Righteousness of God
  • The Reformation View of Justification
  • An Introduction to the New Perspective on Paul
  • Critique of the New Perspective
  • N. T. Wright’s View on Justification
  • Rethinking Forensic Justification
  • Rethinking Justification by Faith Alone
  • Rethinking “Already/Not Yet” Justification
  • Comparing Bible Translations of Galatians 5:5
  • Integrating James and Paul
Unit 8: Living in the New Realm
  • The Overlap of the Ages
  • Dead to Sin and Alive to Christ
  • The Old and New Man
  • Life in the Spirit: John’s Gospel
  • Life in the Spirit: Paul’s Letters
  • Ethics and the Kingdom
  • An Inner Transformation
  • The Role of the Old Testament Law
  • Studying the Ten Commandments
  • Matthew 5 and the Law
  • The Shape of the Christian Life: Sanctification
  • The Shape of the Christian Life: Sexual Practice
  • Love in Action: Philemon
  • Blessed Are the Poor
  • Christians in Society
Unit 9: The People of the New Realm
  • Israel and the Church
  • Israel and the Church: The Pattern and an Exception
  • “Church” in the New Testament
  • Images for the Church
  • Water Baptism
  • The Lord’s Supper
  • Spiritual Gifts
  • Creating a Custom Passage Guide
  • Offices in the Church
  • Church Organization in the Pastoral Epistles
  • Women and Ministry
Unit 10: The Consummation of the New Realm
  • The Parousia
  • The Olivet Discourse: Matthew 24
  • Rapture and Resurrection
  • Judgment of Unbelievers
  • Judgment and Believers
  • The Millennium and the Eternal State
  • The Destiny of Creation
  • Using the Text Converter Tool
  • Course Summary

NT341 Book Study: Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

  • Instructor: Douglas J. Moo
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Video Hours: 4

Dr. Douglas Moo, known for his commentaries on Romans and Galatians, lays out his research on this much-debated text. He explores the theme of justification by faith and explains its importance to the Protestant Reformation and the Protestant church today. He discusses the new perspective on Paul and how it relates to Galatians. You’ll also learn important contextual information about who the Galatians were, why Paul wrote to them, and how they might have understood Paul’s letter. Dr. Moo guides you through the text, explaining the major themes and theological elements toward the goal of understanding how Paul’s letter to the Galatians applies to our lives and to the church.


  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Introduction and Background
  • Who Were the Galatians? Part 1
  • Searching for Place Information
  • Who Were the Galatians? Part 2
  • Why Did Paul Write the Letter?
  • The Argument of the Letter
  • The Tone of the Letter
  • Opening Multiple Passages in Separate Tabs
Unit 2: The Autobiographical Argument
  • An Overview of the Argument
  • The Road to Damascus
  • Paul’s Early Years as a Christian
  • Paul’s Jerusalem Consultation
  • Conflict in Antioch
  • Finding a Book in the Pseudepigrapha
  • Justification by Faith
  • Works of the Law
  • Using the NEAR Search Operator
  • “The Faith of Jesus Christ”
  • Examining a Grammatical Construction Using the Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament
  • The New Perspective and Galatians
  • “Righteousness” Language
Unit 3: The Theological Argument
  • The Central Argument
  • The Initial Appeal
  • The Heart of Paul’s Argument
  • Abraham and Faith
  • The Law and the Curse
  • Habakkuk 2:4 in the New Testament
  • The Law and Salvation History
  • The Law and Transgressions
  • Studying Greek Synonyms with the Bible Sense and Louw-Nida Lexicons
  • The Law and a Mediator
  • The Law as Paidagōgos
  • Union with Christ
  • The Stoichea of the World
  • Christ Formed in You
  • The Story of Hagar and Sarah
  • Looking Up Greek Words in a Greek-English Lexicon
  • The Old and New Realms
  • Justification
  • Final Justification and Works
  • A “Janus” Text
Unit 4: The Ethical Argument
  • Living to Please God
  • Freedom, Love, and the Law
  • The Spirit and the Flesh
  • The Law of Christ
  • An Eschatological Warning
Unit 5: The Ending of the Epistle
  • A Fitting Ending
  • The New Creation
  • The Israel of God

About the Instructor

Dr. Douglas Moo teaches New Testament at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. For over 20 years, his ministry was based at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. His academic interests revolve around the interface of exegesis and theology. Dr. Moo seeks to model to students a rigorous approach to the Greek text that always asks the “so what” questions of ultimate significance and application. The Pauline and general epistles have been his special focus within the NT canon.

In the next few years, he will be writing commentaries on Galatians and Hebrews, a Pauline theology, and a theological and practical book on creation care.

Dr. Moo has also been active in his local church, serving as elder most years, teaching and preaching to the church, and conducting home Bible studies. Because of his New Testament expertise, he has served on the Committee on Bible Translation—the group of scholars charged with revising the text of the NIV and with producing the TNIV.


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