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Mobile Ed: BI311 A Biblical Theology of Glory and Exodus (9 hour course)

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In A Biblical Theology of Glory and Exodus Dr. Erika Moore explores the themes of God’s glory and the exodus in both the Old and New Testaments. Dr. Moore begins by defining biblical theology and explaining its importance and its Christocentric nature. She then explores prophecy fulfillment with a focus on the promised land and the use of the Old Testament in the New. From there, Dr. Moore traces the theme of God’s glory from the Pentateuch all the way to Revelation. The course concludes by tracing the use of exodus imagery throughout the Bible.

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Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion you should be able to:

  • Describe how the glory of God has been manifested over the ages
  • Explain why the Israelites failed to heed the warnings of the prophets to repent
  • Recognize the importance of approaching the OT in a Christ-centered way
  • Explain Ezekiel’s visions
  • Make new connections between the Old and New Testaments
  • Understand how imagery of the exodus is used throughout Scripture
  • Conduct your own theological study of a biblical topic

Course Outline


  • Introducing the Speaker
  • Course Objectives
  • Course Introduction

Unit 1: Introduction to Biblical Theology

  • Need for Biblical Theology
  • Defining Biblical Theology
  • Importance of Biblical Theology (Part 1)
  • Importance of Biblical Theology (Part 2)
  • Themes in Biblical Theology
  • Avoiding the Old Testament
  • Historical Dimension to Biblical Theology (Part 1)
  • Historical Dimension to Biblical Theology (Part 2)
  • Historical Dimension to Biblical Theology (Part 3)
  • Unfolding of Salvation History
  • Christocentric Nature of Biblical Theology (Part 1)
  • Christocentric Nature of Biblical Theology (Part 2)
  • Christocentric Nature of Biblical Theology (Part 3)
  • Brief History of Biblical Theology
  • Relationship between Biblical and Systematic Theology

Unit 2: Aspects of Fulfillment

  • Types of Fulfillment
  • Eden, Abram, Milk and Honey
  • Curses for Disobedience
  • Eternal Davidic Kingdom
  • Ezekiel’s Prophecy of Restoration
  • Earthy Prophecies of Abundance
  • Prophecies Unfulfilled
  • Timing of the “Last Days”
  • Between D-Day and V-Day
  • Hidden Valleys

Unit 3: Use of the Old Testament in the New

  • Introduction
  • Human and Divine Author
  • Sensus Plenior, Typology, and Allegory
  • Typology in Luke 3–4
  • Biblical Theology and Morality

Unit 4: Tracing God’s Glory: Old Testament

  • Defining God’s Glory
  • Dwelling Place for God
  • Temple of Solomon
  • God’s Promised Presence
  • Hezekiah’s Faithfulness
  • Manasseh, Josiah and the Fall of Assyria
  • Puppet Kings of the Southern Kingdom
  • Crisis of Faith
  • Songs of Zion
  • Jeremiah and Hananiah
  • Listening to Jackals
  • Summary of Israelite Beliefs
  • Ezekiel’s First Vision (Part 1)
  • Ezekiel’s First Vision (Part 2)
  • Ezekiel’s Second Vision (Part 1)
  • Ezekiel’s Second Vision (Part 2)
  • Ezekiel’s Second Vision (Part 3)
  • Ezekiel’s Fourth Vision
  • Cyrus Defeats Babylon
  • Cyrus Frees the Jews
  • A Good Beginning
  • Haggai’s Successful Warning
  • God Encourages His People
  • New Temple, No Glory
  • Shift in Postexilic Pronouncements

Unit 5: Tracing God’s Glory: New Testament

  • Glory of God in Luke
  • Glory of God in Matthew
  • Christ First and Last
  • Jesus’ Body as Tabernacle, Temple
  • Miracles and God’s Glory
  • Suffering and Glory
  • Glory in the Church
  • Jars of Clay
  • Christ’s Glory in Our Weakness
  • Vision of Future Glory

Unit 6: Tracing the Exodus in Scripture

  • Foreshadows of the Exodus
  • Return to Egypt
  • Historical Context of Moses and the Exodus
  • Moses and the Non-burning Bush
  • Plagues in Egypt
  • First Passover
  • The Exodus
  • The Exodus in Joshua
  • The Exodus in Psalms
  • The Exodus in Amos
  • The Exodus in Isaiah
  • The Exodus in Jeremiah
  • The Exodus in Ezekiel
  • The Exodus in Ezra-Nehemiah (Part 1)
  • The Exodus in Ezra-Nehemiah (Part 2)
  • The Exodus in Second Chronicles
  • The Exodus in Matthew
  • The Exodus in Luke
  • The Exodus in John
  • The Exodus in Paul’s Letters
  • The Exodus in Revelation (Part 1)
  • The Exodus in Revelation (Part 2)


  • Listening to God Speak

Product Details

  • Title: BI311 A Biblical Theology of Glory and Exodus
  • Instructor: Erika Moore
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2019
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 1
  • Video Hours: 9
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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.

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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.



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  1. Angela Meister
    I'm not even through this course yet and I would love to thank the instructor personally, if I could. I have been in bible studies for 15 years that tend to approach things either topically or from the perspective of the denominational teaching (I am not a Calvinist) or a book (mostly New Testament). What has been missing is the broader perspective and a biblical theology approach as the instructor defined it and I have been longing for this approach as of late, though I didn't quite know how to articulate it. I am viewing this as part of a Mobile Ed subscription and am so thankful to have "stumbled upon" this one. So many pieces are falling into place for me and I am so grateful. Really thankful for the Old Testament scholars on Logos Mobile Ed. This foundation is what has been lacking and/or not interpreted with enough depth or perhaps slightly off out of ignorance in my group gatherings. Looking forward to finishing this. Lots to process here.


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