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This three-course bundle focuses on the history of Jesus and the resurrection. Join distinguished professor Craig A. Evans on a journey to some of the most significant New Testament archaeological sites as he offers insight into first-century socioeconomic life and helps you grasp the historical and biblical context of Jesus’ ministry. Study the historical Jesus with Dr. Mark L. Strauss, exploring Jesus’ miracles, the intention of his ministry, and the historical evidence for his death and resurrection. Finally, discover new perspectives on the relevance of Jesus’ death and resurrection, guided by an assortment of acclaimed scholars.

Individual Titles

AR151 Archaeology in Action: Jesus and Archaeology

Join distinguished professor Dr. Craig A. Evans on a journey to some of the most significant New Testament archaeological sites. Filmed on-site in Israel’s Galilee region, Dead Sea region, and Jerusalem, this course will give you insight into first-century socioeconomic life and will help you grasp the historical and biblical context of Jesus’ ministry.

As the course takes you through cities and other locations around the Sea of Galilee, you’ll learn where Jesus and his disciples walked and lived, including Capernaum, the headquarters of Jesus’ Galilean ministry. Discover how the Qumran Dead Sea Scrolls reveal how deeply rooted in the Old Testament the early Christian movement was, and hear how these texts have been preserved for future generations. Explore burial practices and evidence of crucifixion in the first century in Jerusalem.

Course Locations and Topics Include:

Galilee and the Surrounding Areas
  • Bethsaida
  • Magdala: Village and Synagogue
  • Magdala: Boat
  • Caesarea Maritima
Dead Sea Region
  • Masada and the Dead Sea
  • The Essenes and the Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Messianic Expectation at Qumran
  • Damascus Document and the Serek Scroll
  • Discoveries in and around Jerusalem
  • Hezekiah’s Tunnel and the Pool of Siloam
  • The Jerusalem Temple and Evidence for the Crucifixion
  • Roman Crucifixion and Jewish Burial Practices
  • X-Shaped versus T-Shaped Cross Theories
  • Jehohanan’s Heel Bone: Part 1
  • Jehohanan’s Heel Bone: Part 2
  • Jesus’ Cross by Craig A. Evans
  • Jewish Burial Practices at the Tombs of Aceldama
  • The Shroud Tomb and Jesus’ Burial
  • Jesus’ Burial and Resurrection

This insightful course on Jesus’ death and resurrection is presented by a team of respected Christian theologians, including Douglas J. Moo, Ben Witherington, Elyse Fitzpatrick, Darrell L. Bock, and Michael W. Goheen. These instructors have written multiple contemporary studies on this historical event and its significance for the Christian, and students will be able to gain the clearest insight with their guidance. Under these instructors you will discover new perspectives on the texts that are perennially used as sources of discussion on Jesus’ sacrifice and defeat of sin.


  • Introducing the Course
Unit 1: The Death and Burial of Jesus
  • A Case Study: Madeline
  • The Cross and the Gospels
  • Trial before Pilate
  • The Cross and Christus Victor
  • The Crucifixion
  • At the Foot of the Cross
  • Jewish Piety Required Burial
Unit 2: The Resurrection of Jesus
  • An Introduction to Resurrection
  • Resurrection and the Old Testament
  • The Significance and Meaning of the Resurrection of Jesus
  • Jesus’ Post-Resurrection Appearances: Function
  • The Resurrection in Matthew: The Great Commission
  • Resurrection and the New Realm
  • Attaining to the Resurrection

NT254 The Jesus of the Gospels

The Jesus of the Gospels (NT254) focuses on the historical Jesus and the reliability of the four gospels. The course surveys different “quests” for the historical Jesus by critical scholarship and examines, apologetically, what we can demonstrate about the person of Jesus. It assesses the teaching of Jesus, his miracles, the intention of his ministry, and the historical evidence for his death and resurrection.


  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: The Gospels and the Historical Jesus
  • What Can We Know about Jesus?
  • Sources for Knowing about Jesus
  • What Are the Gospels? Part 1
  • What Are the Gospels? Part 2
  • How the Gospels Came to Be
Unit 2: Quests for the Historical Jesus
  • Searching for the Real Jesus
  • The First Quest for the Historical Jesus
  • Rudolf Bultmann and the Period of No Quest: Part 1
  • Rudolf Bultmann and the Period of No Quest: Part 2
  • The Second Quest and the Jesus Seminar
  • The Contemporary Scene
  • Examining Method and Context
  • The Criteria of Authenticity
  • Contemporary Portraits: Part 1
  • Contemporary Portraits: Part 2
Unit 3: The Reliability of the Gospels
  • Presuppositions, Biases, and the Burden of Proof
  • Luke: A Reliable Historian
  • A Generally Reliable Gospel Tradition
  • Contradictions in the Gospels
  • The Historical Reliability of John
Unit 4: The Chronology of Jesus’ Ministry
  • A Portrait of Jesus from Afar
  • The Basic Structure of Jesus’ Ministry
  • A Chronology of Jesus’ Life
Unit 5: Jesus’ Birth and Childhood
  • Introduction to the Birth Narratives
  • The Genealogies
  • The Virginal Conception
  • Bethlehem and the Census
  • Popular Myths about Christmas
  • Jesus’ Family Life
Unit 6: The Beginning of Jesus’ Ministry
  • John the Baptist: The Herald of Messianic Salvation
  • The Baptism of Jesus
  • The Temptation of Jesus
Unit 7: The Teaching of Jesus
  • Jesus the Teacher
  • The Kingdom of God
  • Jesus and the Law: Part 1
  • Jesus and the Law: Part 2
  • Grace and Works
  • Jesus and Social Justice
  • The Parables of the Kingdom: Part 1
  • The Parables of the Kingdom: Part 2
Unit 8: The Miracles of Jesus
  • The Question of Miracles
  • Did Jesus Perform Miracles? Part 1
  • Did Jesus Perform Miracles? Part 2
  • The Significance of Jesus’ Miracles
Unit 9: The Messianic Words and Deeds of Jesus
  • The Remarkable Authority of Jesus
  • The Scope of Jesus’ Ministry: Calling the Twelve
  • The Scope of Jesus’ Ministry: A Universal Kingdom
  • The Significance of the Triumphal Entry
  • The Significance of the Temple Cleansing
  • Jesus’ Titles: Christ
  • Jesus’ Titles: Son of Man
  • Jesus’ Titles: Son of God
  • Jesus’ Titles: Lord
Unit 10: The Death of Jesus
  • The Role of the Romans
  • The Role of the Jews
  • Jesus’ Expectations
  • The Significance of Jesus’ Death
Unit 11: The Resurrection of Jesus
  • The Importance of the Resurrection
  • Rationalistic Explanations for the Resurrection
  • Historical Evidence for the Resurrection
  • The Significance of the Resurrection
Unit 12: Concluding Thoughts
  • Faith, Apologetics, and the Gospels
  • The Already/Not Yet Kingdom of God
  • A Holistic Vision of Salvation

Also Included

Meditations on the Life of Christ

  • Instructors: David deSilva, Peter Leithart, Jay Sklar, Joel Willitts, Ken Waters, Tremper Longman, Greg Forster, and Joshua Jipp
  • Video Hours: 1.5

Meditations on the Life of Christ is a devotional resource with contributions from top biblical and theological scholars. Each segment begins with a Scripture passage read aloud, followed by a meditation. Drawn from both Old and New Testaments, each passage has been chosen to focus on a major event in Christ’s life, moving chronologically through his incarnation, birth, baptism and revelation, temptation and suffering, triumphal entry, the Last Supper, crucifixion, resurrection, ascension, and the coming of his Spirit. Accordingly, the collection is keyed to church seasons and holy days, starting with Advent, moving through Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday (celebrating the Last Supper), Good Friday, Easter, Ascension, and Pentecost.

Product Details

  • Title: Mobile Ed: Jesus and the Resurrection Bundle
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2015–2016
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 3
  • Video Hours: 13

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.

All courses in this bundle come with an Activities resource that functions as a type of “workbook” for the courses. 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.