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Logos Mobile Education: NT331 Book Study: Paul's Letter to the Romans

by Moo, Douglas J.

Lexham Press 2014

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
Two ways to pay
$36.66/mo or $379.95
Logos Mobile Education: NT331 Book Study: Paul's Letter to the Romans
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Overview

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.”

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. Learn more at www.logos.com/mobile-ed or read our announcements at the Logos blog.

Interested in more Mobile Ed courses? Check out John Walton’s Old Testament courses (OT201 and OT301), the Elyse Fitzpatrick Bundle, and the Preaching and Discipling Foundations Bundle. We also have the nine-course Bible and Doctrine Foundation Bundle.

Key Features

  • HD video lectures feature renowned scholar and professor Douglas J. Moo and 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 ends. 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. 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.

Logos Mobile Ed’s Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle—which includes 9 courses—overviews the content, structure, and storyline of the Bible across both testaments and introduces students to major areas of Bible doctrine. Check out the product page to learn more.

Product Details

  • Title: NT331 Book Study: Paul’s Letter to the Romans
  • Instructor: Douglas J. Moo
  • Publisher: Logos Bible Software
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Courses: 1
  • Video Units: 10
  • 1 video unit = 1 full hour of video course material

More on Logos Mobile Education

Find out everything you need to know about Mobile Ed at www.logos.com/mobile-ed

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.