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Logos Mobile Education: Bible and Doctrine Foundations Bundle (9 courses)

by 7 authors Heiser, Michael S., Goheen, Michael W., Proctor, Morris, Cohick, Lynn H., Futato, Mark D., Johnson, Ronn, Sanders, Carl

Lexham Press 2013

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
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Logos Mobile Education: Bible and Doctrine Foundations Bundle (9 courses)
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Overview

Logos Mobile Education is a revolutionary education program that provides formal biblical instruction akin to a Bible college or seminary experience. Learning takes place in an innovative mobile learning environment designed to leverage the power of Logos Bible Software. It’s a biblical and theological education that only Logos could design and deliver. Logos Mobile Ed is education where you are—in your day and in your life.

Mobile Ed courseware features outstanding professors who communicate their content in a clear, comprehensible way. Video lectures are broken down into short segments and filmed in a one-to-one format, not from the back of a classroom. The professor speaks directly to you. Screencasts relevant to the lecture content provide hands-on training relevant to ministry tasks. Best of all, Mobile Ed courses stay with you. You keep the professor. Your notes, books, graphics, screencasts—they’re always there when you need them.

Mobile Ed removes barriers to getting your biblical education. All too often the decision to prepare for ministry after college means uprooting family, quitting a job, leaving relatives, and saying goodbye to your church. It’s life-altering—but it doesn’t have to be. Mobile Ed lets you to keep your life. Professors, the library, and classmates come to you, on your schedule. Millions of American adults are going back to school. Adult learners are mature and ready for serious content. It’s never too late to get serious about learning the Bible. Start learning with Logos Mobile Education today.

The place to begin is Logos Mobile Ed’s Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle, which includes 9 courses. These courses overview the content, structure, and storyline of the Bible across both testaments and introduce students to major areas of Bible doctrine. Mobile Ed electives presume students have this core knowledge.

Key Features

  • The centerpiece of the Mobile Ed courseware is the Logos digital library, the premier biblical research tool for the 21st century. No other resource puts as much standard academic material for theology and biblical studies at your fingertips and at the pace of your life. No other educational program lets students take the library with them.
  • HD video lectures by outstanding scholars in every subject area encountered in seminary: Bible, theology, original languages, interpretation, church history, and practical ministry. Video lectures are filmed in short segments in a one-to-one format for a personalized instructional feel.
  • Videos are transcribed and enriched with links into the Logos library. Lectures are where learning begins, not where it should end. Mobile Ed courseware ties lecture content to your Logos library. It instantly connects you to the right book, the right page, the right paragraph relevant to the lecture. The video lectures are also fully searchable, just like a Logos book.
  • Screencast videos drawn from lectures translate what you’re learning to cutting edge study skills so you can effectively manage your time and prepare for ministry tasks. Mobile Ed courses give you content knowledge and research skills you’ll use every day of your ministry.
  • Mobile Ed courseware links into the Faithlife social network. Share notes on lectures, screencasts, or readings. Get feedback on how you’ll teach what you’re learning in church. Get an answer to a question. Thinking together is part of learning.

Getting started with Mobile Ed

It is highly recommended that all Mobile Ed students have the Logos Bible Software Platinum collection. The courses in the Bible and Doctrine Foundations courseware bundle were created with Platinum. Students not at the level of Platinum will still be able to view the lectures, but access to certain library resources utilized in the course and results of searches illustrated in screencasts require Platinum.

More on Logos Mobile Education

Learn more about the vision for Mobile Ed on the Logos Talk blog:

You can also join the Mobile Ed discussion on the Logos forums.

Individual Titles

LT151 Logos Academic Training

  • Instructor: Morris Proctor
  • Video units: 7

Having a solid grasp of how to use Logos will ensure that you’ll get the most out of all Logos Mobile Education courses. Morris Proctor provides training in the use of Logos Bible Software to prepare students for academic biblical and theological study.

OT101 Introducing Old Testament: Its Structure and Story

  • Instructor: Dr. Mark Futato
  • Video units: 6

What is the message of the OT and the story of Israel? This course provides the answer by tracing the epic history of God’s activity with humanity through the OT people of God, Israel. Dr. Mark Futato takes students through the major themes of the OT books that narrate Israel’s history from the call of the patriarch Abraham through the return from exile, showing how each book contributes to the OT’s presentation of God’s goal of establishing a people and kingdom on earth.

NT101 Introducing New Testament: Its Structure and Story

  • Instructor: Dr. Lynn Cohick
  • Video units: 6

Dr. Lynn Cohick helps students understand the structuring and major themes of the New Testament.

BI101 Introducing Biblical Interpretation: Contexts
and Resources

  • Instructor: Dr. Mike Heiser
  • Video units: 5

Every Bible student knows that the Bible is a vast, complex book. While some of its contents can be understood by a child, much of the Bible requires careful thought. How do we interpret the Bible correctly? Why do biblical scholars disagree on interpretation? Dr. Mike Heiser introduces students to the science and art of Bible interpretation. The Bible is a book written for us, but not to us, and so accurate interpretation needs to be informed by the ancient worldview of the biblical writers, their historical circumstances, cultural and religious beliefs and attitudes of their day, literary genre, and the original languages of the Bible. Students are introduced to tools aimed at developing competence in all these areas.

BI201 The Story of the Bible

  • Instructor: Dr. Mike Goheen
  • Video units: 6

The Bible is a grand collection of 66 separate books—how are those books unified? The Story of the Bible introduces students to the coherent, unifying story line that runs through the entire Bible. Dr. Mike Goheen shows how the drama of the Bible unfolds by tracing major theological themes across the OT and NT.

TH101 Introducing Bible Doctrine I: Theology, Divine Revelation, and the Bible

  • Instructors: Dr. Ronn Johnson, Dr. Carl Sanders, and Dr. Mike Heiser
  • Video units: 6

What is theology? How do scholars and students “do theology” as part of Bible study? This course introduces students to why the enterprise of theology is important and what “doing theology” means. Professors Dr. Ronn Johnson, Dr. Carl Sanders, and Dr. Mike Heiser challenge students to think about the roles of divine revelation, the Bible, Christian tradition, logic and philosophy in articulating doctrine.

TH102 Introducing Bible Doctrine II: The Triune God and His Heavenly Host

  • Instructors: Dr. Ronn Johnson, Dr. Carl Sanders, and Dr. Mike Heiser
  • Video units: 6

Why do Christians believe in a Trinity? What is the relationship God and angels? How does God relate to his creation? Why does evil exist? Drs. Ronn Johnson and Carl Sanders introduce students to the academic discussion of these questions by examining the biblical descriptions of the Persons of the Trinity (God, Christ, Holy Spirit) and for the members of God’s heavenly host. The course also discusses God’s providential relationship to creation, his divine knowledge, and the problem of evil.

TH103 Introducing Bible Doctrine III: Humanity, Sin,
and Salvation

  • Instructors: Dr. Ronn Johnson, Dr. Carl Sanders, and Dr. Mike Heiser
  • Video units: 9

Salvation is a key biblical theme, but salvation touches other biblical doctrines. Drs. Carl Sanders and Ronn Johnson discuss the theological importance of humanity’s creation in the image of God, separation from a relationship with God because of sin, biblical concepts of atonement and justification, and the ultimate destiny of believers. Theological approaches to related issues, such as corporate human relationships, gender, race, and the value of work are also considered.

TH104 Introducing Bible Doctrine IV: The Church and
Last Things

  • Instructors: Dr. Ronn Johnson, Dr. Carl Sanders, and Dr. Mike Heiser
  • Video units: 6

Why was the Church established after the resurrection of Jesus? What is its future, and the future of all humanity? Drs. Carl Sanders and Ronn Johnson introduce students to the theological discussion of the institution of the Church and the biblical doctrine of eschatology (“end times”). Attention is focused on the nature of the Church, systems of church government, church rites (baptism, Lord’s Supper), the relationship of the Church to social issues, and how doctrinal thinking about the Church affects one’s theology of end times. Various views on prophetic interpretation, a rapture, and millennialism are presented, as well as an extended discussion on how the two major theological approaches (dispensationalism, covenant theology) function and disagree.

Product Details

  • Title: Bible and Doctrine Foundations
  • Instructors: Morris Proctor, Lynn Cohick, Mark Futato, Michael Goheen, Michael S. Heiser, Ronn Johnson, and Carl Sanders
  • Publisher: Logos Bible Software
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Courses: 9
  • Video Units: 57
  • 1 video unit = 1 full hour of video course material