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Enhance your understanding of the New Testament with Mobile Ed’s Introduction to New Testament Bundle. These three courses will introduction to the structure and themes of the New Testament. You’ll learn about the historical and cultural context of the New Testament, understand how the different genres used by New Testament writers affect its interpretation, and see how Paul and the gospel writers showed that Jesus was fulfillment of the Old Testament hopes.

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  • Title: Introduction to New Testament Bundle
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 3
  • Video Hours: 20
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NT101 Introducing New Testament: Its Structure and Story

  • Instructor: Lynn H. Cohick
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Video Hours: 6

Gain a better understanding of the New Testament’s structure and themes with New Testament scholar Dr. Lynn Cohick. You'll examine elements such as historical context, writing techniques of the Gospel authors, developments in the early church, the settings of the epistles, the genre of the book of Revelation, and the life of Jesus.


  • Introducing the Professor and Course
Unit 1: The Life of Jesus of Nazareth
  • The Story of Jesus
  • Creating and Searching a Custom Collection of Bible Dictionaries
  • Gentile Sources for Jesus
  • Jewish Sources for Jesus
  • Outline of Jesus’ Life
  • The Beginning of Jesus’ Ministry
  • Finding Old Testament Allusions in the New Testament
  • Jesus’ Teaching Methods
  • The Content of Jesus’ Teachings
  • The Miracles of Jesus
  • The Importance of the Historical Study of Jesus
Unit 2: The Gospels
  • The Concept of Gospel
  • Interpreting the Gospels
  • The Synoptic Problem
  • Comparing Gospel Accounts with Harmony Resources
  • The Synoptic Gospels and the Gospel of John
Unit 3: The Gospel of Matthew
  • The Setting and Key Verses of Matthew
  • The Authorship of Matthew
  • The Structure of Matthew
  • The Message of Matthew
  • The Kingdom of Heaven
  • Miracles in Matthew
Unit 4: The Gospel of Mark
  • The Setting and Key Verse of Mark
  • The Structure of Mark
  • Using the Exegetical Guide to Look Up Grammatical Issues
  • The Message of Mark
  • Jesus’ Teachings in Mark
  • The Ending of Mark
Unit 5: The Gospel of Luke
  • The Perspective and Key Verse of Luke
  • The Setting of Luke
  • The Structure of Luke
  • The Prologue and Background of Luke
  • Historical Accuracy in Luke-Acts
  • Geography and Theology in Luke
  • Searching a Bible for Louw-Nida Numbers
  • Themes in Luke
Unit 6: The Gospel of John
  • The Setting and Key Verse of John
  • The Structure of John
  • The Message of John
  • Finding Jesus’ “I Am” Statements in John
  • The Timing of Jesus’ Death in the Gospels
  • John’s Use of “the Jews”
Unit 7: The Story of the Early Church
  • Introducing Acts, the Epistles, and Revelation
  • The World of the Early Church
Unit 8: The Book of Acts
  • The Structure and Key Verse of Acts
  • The Growth of the Gospel in Acts
  • The Conversion of Paul
  • The Conversion of Cornelius
  • Themes in Acts
Unit 9: Paul the Apostle to the Gentiles
  • Paul’s Life before Christ
  • Paul’s Life after Christ
  • Searching for Maps of Paul’s Missionary Journeys
  • Paul’s Letters
  • Paul’s Theology
Unit 10: The Letters of Paul
  • Galatians
  • 1 Thessalonians
  • 2 Thessalonians
  • 1 Corinthians
  • 2 Corinthians
  • The Structure and Key Verse of Romans
  • The Message of Romans
  • Creating and Searching a Custom Collection of Commentaries
  • Ephesians
  • Colossians
  • Philippians
  • Philemon
  • The Pastoral Epistles
Unit 11: The General Epistles
  • Hebrews
  • James
  • 1 and 2 Peter and Jude
  • The Johannine Epistles
  • Using Word Lists to Identify Johannine Vocabulary
Unit 12: The Book of Revelation
  • The Setting and Structure of Revelation
  • Searching for Monographs and Other Similar Resources
  • The Teaching of Apocalypse
  • Interpreting Revelation
  • The Message of Revelation
  • Summary of the Course

Dr. Lynn Cohick is professor of New Testament at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. She has written commentaries on Ephesians and Galatians, Women in the World of the Earliest Christians and coauthored The New Testament in Antiquity.

Dr. Cohick is interested in studying how average Jews and Christians lived out their faith in the ancient settings of Hellenism and the Roman Empire, as well as how Jews and Christians today can better appreciate and understand each other. She also studies women of the ancient world—especially how they celebrated their religions—and the impact of feminist thought on New Testament studies. She also enjoys studying the Apostle Paul and his epistles within their larger Jewish and Greco-Roman milieu.

Dr. Cohick had the privilege of teaching overseas at the Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology in Nairobi, Kenya for three years, and was challenged by the students’ dedication and sharp intellect.

BI190 The Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament: Methodology and Practice

  • Instructor: Jeannine K. Brown
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Video Hours: 5

In this course, Dr. Jeannine Brown shows how we can better understand what the New Testament writers were communicating, by looking at how they referenced the Old Testament. Dr. Brown begins by explaining why New Testament writers referenced the Old Testament, and the four ways in which they did so. She then walks through references in Matthew, John, Philippians, and 1 Peter.

See how Jesus is portrayed as the new Adam in John’s Gospel. Discover connections between Jesus’ teaching and the stories of Cain and Abel, Noah, Sodom, and others. Learn new methods for interpreting Scripture, and come away with a fuller picture of how Jesus fulfills the hopes of the Old Testament and completes the story God began with Israel.


Interpretative Issues
  • Assumptions about the New Testament Authors’ Use of the Old Testament
  • First-Century Jewish Interpretive Traditions
  • Types of Old Testament References in the New Testament
  • Christological Lens for Old Testament Usage
Application: New Testament
  • The Use of Isaiah and Deuteronomy in Philippians
  • The Use of Genesis in Matthew
  • The Use of Genesis in John
  • The Use of the Old Testament in 1 Peter

Dr. Jeannine K. Brown has taught at Bethel Seminary for nearly two decades in the areas of New Testament, hermeneutics, and integration. Her books include Scripture as Communication: Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics, Becoming Whole and Holy: An Integrative Conversation about Christian Formation, and the forthcoming volume on Matthew in the Teach the Text Commentary series. She’s also associate editor of the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, 2nd ed..

BI260 Interpreting New Testament Genres

  • Instructor: William W. Klein
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Video Hours: 9

Develop a new level of competency in interpreting the New Testament with Dr. William Klein’s guidance and insight on New Testament genres. Learn how to interpret the different genres found in the New Testament epistles. Distinguish which events in Acts are meant to be descriptive, describing what happened, and which are meant to be prescriptive, instructing on how to live. Discover how the book of Revelation combines three genres, and how this affects its interpretation.

Dr. Klein concludes each unit with practice exercises. He challenges you to interpret a passage using the methods he describes, and then shows you step-by-step how he would interpret it.


  • The Gospels
  • Acts
  • Epistles
  • Revelation

Dr. William W. Klein is professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary and serves as Chair of the Division of Biblical Studies. He edited and was the major contributor to Introduction to Biblical Interpretation, wrote the commentary on Ephesians in the Expositor's Bible Commentary, Revised Edition, and has consulted on several recent Bible versions, serving as chief exegetical consultant for the New Testament portion of The Message.


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