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Mobile Ed: Bible and Doctrine Foundations Bundle (8 courses)
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Overview

Build the foundations of your biblical education with this nine-course bundle from Logos Mobile Ed. Leading scholars present essential introductions to the Old and New Testaments, doctrine, and biblical interpretation, making this the perfect place to begin.

Outline the general story and message of the Bible with big-picture courses from Dr. Mark Futato, Hebrew-language and Psalms scholar; Dr. Lynn Cohick, New Testament and Pauline studies expert; and Dr. Michael Goheen, professor of theology and Christian worldview. Learn the basic tools of biblical interpretation with Dr. Michael Heiser—ancient-language and translation specialist. Complete your introduction to the Bible with a survey of essential Christian doctrines from specialists in the field.

Individual Courses

OT101 Introducing the Old Testament: Its Structure and Story

  • Instructor: Dr. Mark D. Futato
  • Video hours: 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&emdash;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. He shows how each book contributes to the OT’s presentation of God’s goal of establishing a people and kingdom on earth.

The result of over a decade of study and teaching, this course from Dr. Mark Futato gives the big picture of the Old Testament, then dives into the details.

Contents:

  • Developing an Eye for Structures
  • The Canon of the Old Testament
  • The Book of Genesis
  • The Book of Exodus
  • The Book of Leviticus
  • The Book of Numbers
  • The Book of Deuteronomy
  • The Book of Joshua
  • The Book of Judges
  • The Books of Samuel
  • The Books of Kings
  • The Chronicler’s History
  • The Books of Chronicles
  • The Book of Ezra-Nehemiah

Dr. Mark D. Futato is the Robert L. Maclellan Professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary. Dr. Futato received his Ph.D. from The Catholic University of America. He served on the translation team for the Book of Psalms in The New Living Translation, contributed study notes for the ESV Study Bible and The Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible, and contributed to the New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis.

NT101 Introducing the New Testament: Its Structure and Story

  • Instructor: Dr. Lynn Cohick
  • 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.

Contents:

  • The Life of Jesus of Nazareth
  • The Gospels
  • The Gospel of Matthew
  • The Gospel of Mark
  • The Gospel of Luke
  • The Gospel of John
  • The Story of the Early Church
  • The Book of Acts
  • Paul the Apostle to the Gentiles
  • The Letters of Paul
  • The General Epistles
  • The Book of Revelation

Dr. Lynn H. Cohick is associate professor of New Testament at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, and coauthor of The New Testament in Antiquity.

BI101 Introducing Biblical Interpretation: Contexts and Resources

  • Instructor: Dr. Michael S. Heiser
  • Video hours: 5

The Bible is a book written for us, but not to us. This means we need to do more than just read the Bible to understand it, we need to learn how to interpret it. But how do we interpret the Bible correctly? And why do biblical scholars disagree on interpretation?

In this course, Dr. Michael Heiser introduces students to the science and art of Bible interpretation and the tools necessary to interpret the Bible on your own.

Contents:

  • Obstacles to Interpretation
  • Seeing the Bible in Context
  • Worldview Context
  • Literary Context
  • Linguistic Context
  • Application

Dr. Michael S. Heiser is the academic editor for Logos Bible Software, Bible Study Magazine, and the Faithlife Study Bible. He is the coeditor of Old Testament Greek Pseudepigrapha with Morphology and Semitic Inscriptions: Analyzed Texts and English Translations and can do translation work in roughly a dozen ancient languages. He earned his PhD in Hebrew Bible and Semitic languages and holds and MA in ancient history and Hebrew studies. In addition, he was named the 2007 Pacific Northwest Regional Scholar by the Society of Biblical Literature.

BI201 The Story of the Bible

  • Instructor: Dr. Michael W. Goheen
  • Video hours: 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. Michael Goheen shows how the drama of the Bible unfolds by tracing major theological themes across the OT and NT.

Contents:

  • Act One: God Establishes His Kingdom
  • Act Two: Rebellion in the Kingdom
  • Act Three: The King Chooses Israel
  • Act Four: The Coming of the King
  • Act Five: Spreading the News of the King
  • Act Six: Return of the King

Dr. Michael W. Goheen, professor of missiology at Calvin Theological Seminary, served as the Geneva Chair of Worldview Studies at Trinity Western University and teaching fellow in mission studies at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. He began his professional life as a church planter and pastor in the Toronto area. Dr. Goheen has authored several books, including A Light to the Nations: The Missional Church in the Biblical Story and As the Father Has Sent Me, I am Sending You: J.E. Lesslie Newbigin’s Missionary Ecclesiology. He has coauthored and coedited several other works.

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

  • Instructors: Dr. Ronn Johnson, Dr. Carl Sanders, and Dr. Michael S. Heiser
  • Video hours: 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.

Contents:

  • Prolegomena: What Is Theology?
  • Why Theology? The Tasks and Limits of Theology
  • Tradition and Theology
  • Theological Method: Introductory Suggestions
  • Biblical and Systematic Theology
  • Spiritual Preparation
  • Postmodernism and Theology
  • The Doctrine of Revelation
  • The Doctrine of Inspiration
  • Doctrine of the Bible: Inerrancy
  • Doctrine of the Bible: Canon and Canonicity

Dr. Ronn Johnson is a lecturer in biblical studies at the University of Northwestern St. Paul, Minnesota and previously taught at Pillsbury Baptist Bible College and The Master’s College.

Dr. Carl Sanders is an associate professor of theology at Lancaster Bible College’s Capital Bible Seminary. He has taught at several other colleges and seminaries, and served as the chair of the Bible and theology department at Washington Bible College in Washington, DC.

Dr. Michael S. Heiser is the academic editor for Logos Bible Software, Bible Study Magazine, and Faithlife Study Bible. He earned his PhD in Hebrew Bible and Semitic languages and holds and MA in ancient history and Hebrew studies. He was named the 2007 Pacific Northwest Regional Scholar by the Society of Biblical Literature.

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

  • Instructors: Dr. Ronn Johnson and Dr. Carl Sanders
  • Video hours: 6

Why do Christians believe in a Trinity? What is the relationship between God and angels? How does God relate to his creation? Why does evil exist? In this course, Dr. Ronn Johnson and Dr. 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.

Contents:

  • God
  • Creation and Providence
  • The Problem of Evil
  • Angels
  • Christology: The Person and Work of Christ
  • The Holy Spirit: Person and Work
  • The Holy Spirit: Spirit Baptism
  • Spiritual Gifts: The Contemporary Debate

Dr. Ronn Johnson is a lecturer in biblical studies at the University of Northwestern St. Paul, Minnesota and previously taught at Pillsbury Baptist Bible College and The Master’s College.

Dr. Carl Sanders is an associate professor of theology at Lancaster Bible College’s Capital Bible Seminary. He has taught at several other colleges and seminaries, and served as the chair of the Bible and theology department at Washington Bible College in Washington, DC.

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

  • Instructors: Dr. Ronn Johnson and Dr. Carl Sanders
  • Video hours: 9

In this course, Dr. Ronn Johnson and Dr. Carl Sanders 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.

Contents:

  • Humanity
  • Humanity: Individual and Corporate
  • Gender: Male and Female
  • Race
  • Theology of Work
  • Sin
  • Salvation
  • Atonement
  • Justification
  • Reformed and Wesleyan Traditions
  • Deification
  • Can Unsaved People Please God?

Dr. Ronn Johnson is a lecturer in biblical studies at the University of Northwestern St. Paul, Minnesota and previously taught at Pillsbury Baptist Bible College and The Master’s College.

Dr. Carl Sanders is an associate professor of theology at Lancaster Bible College’s Capital Bible Seminary. He has taught at several other colleges and seminaries, and served as the chair of the Bible and theology department at Washington Bible College in Washington, DC.

TH104 Introducing Bible Doctrine IV: The Church and Last Things

  • Instructors: Dr. Ronn Johnson and Dr. Carl Sanders
  • Video hours: 6

Why was the Church established after the resurrection of Jesus? What is its future, and the future of all humanity? In this course, Dr. Ronn Johnson and Dr. Carl Sanders 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 and covenant theology) function and disagree.

Gain a wider view of several of the most important contemporary issues in the life of the church, with the guidance of experts in the field.

Contents:

  • Ecclesiology
  • The Lord’s Supper
  • Social Justice
  • Liberation Theology
  • Eschatology
  • The Millennium
  • The Tribulation and Rapture
  • Dispensationalism and Covenant Theology

Dr. Ronn Johnson is a lecturer in biblical studies at the University of Northwestern St. Paul, Minnesota and previously taught at Pillsbury Baptist Bible College and The Master’s College.

Dr. Carl Sanders is an associate professor of theology at Lancaster Bible College’s Capital Bible Seminary. He has taught at several other colleges and seminaries, and served as the chair of the Bible and theology department at Washington Bible College in Washington, DC.

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Getting the most out of Mobile Ed

Mobile Ed is a highly effective mobile learning environment that incorporates the powerful study tools found in Logos Bible Software.

With any Logos library base package, you will be able to view the lectures and interact with the transcripts. For the best learning experience, we recommend you use Logos Platinum.

  • Readings for the courses are often tailored to Platinum because the larger library provides access to a wide range of suggested resources and increases search results for further study.
  • The Platinum collection best matches the resources used in screencasts. It includes a breadth of commentaries, original-language studies, and over 1,400 resources to deepen your study.

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