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Mobile Ed: Craig Evans Synoptic Gospels Bundle (3 courses)
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Examine the Synoptic Gospels—Matthew, Mark, and Luke—with Dr. Craig Evans. Follow the story of Jesus from Infancy to Resurrection to discover the ancient context of Matthew’s Gospel, the authorship of Mark, and the implications of Luke for the church today.

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NT314 Book Study: The Gospel of Matthew in Its Jewish Context

  • Instructor: Craig Evans
  • Video hours: 10

Dr. Craig Evans discusses the original context in which Matthew wrote his Gospel, as well as Matthew’s purpose for writing. He wrote for those still connected to the synagogue. Dr. Evans takes you from the ancient context of Matthew’s Gospel to its application today.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker
Unit 1: Introductory Matters
  • Introducing Matthew
  • Authorship and Dating
  • Dating: Manuscript Evidence
  • Examining Fragments of Matthew
  • Matthew’s Emphases
  • Incipit (Matt 1:1–17)
  • Outline of Matthew
  • Using Logos Notes to Highlight the Structure of Matthew
  • Five Discourses: Contents
  • Comparing Gospel Accounts with the Parallel Gospel Reader
Unit 2: Messiah’s Coming (Matt 1–2)
  • Themes: Jesus-Moses Typology
  • Themes: Fulfillment through Genealogy
  • Fulfillment Formulas in the Infancy Narrative
  • Fulfillment Formula 1
  • Fulfillment Formula 2
  • Fulfillment Formula 3
  • Fulfillment Formulas 4 and 5
Unit 3: Messiah’s Preparation and Program of Ministry (Matt 3–7)
  • John Baptizes Jesus (Matt 3)
  • The Devil Tempts Jesus (Matt 4:1–11)
  • Examining the Speeches of Satan
  • Jesus Begins His Ministry (Matt 4:12–24)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Beatitudes (Matt 5:1–11)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Law (Matt 5:17–20)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Antithesis 1 (Matt 5:21–26)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Antithesis 2 (Matt 5:27–32)
  • Researching Divorce in Ancient Literature with Cultural Concepts
  • Sermon on the Mount: Antitheses 3 and 4 (Matt 5:33–42)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Antithesis 5 (Matt 5:43–48)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Almsgiving (Matt 6:1–4)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Prayer (Matt 6:5–15)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Fasting (Matt 6:16–18)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Treasures and the Kingdom of Heaven (Matt 6:19–34)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Hypocritical Judgment (Matt 7:1–5)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Pearls before Pigs and Asking, Seeking, and Knocking (Matt 7:6–11)
  • Sermon on the Mount: Golden Rule and the Narrow Gate (Matt 7:12–14)
  • Searching the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha
  • Sermon on the Mount: False Prophets and Their Fruit (Matt 7:15–23)
  • Finding References to Fruitbearing Trees in the Words of Jesus
  • Sermon on the Mount: Wise and Foolish Builders (Matt 7:24–27)
  • Sermon on the Mount and Fulfilling Righteousness (Matt 3:15)
  • Searching the Dead Sea Scrolls for “Righteousness”
Unit 4: Messiah’s Authority Established (Matt 8–10)
  • Cleansing the Leper (Matt 8:1–4)
  • Healing the Servant (Matt 8:5–13)
  • Letting the Dead Bury the Dead (Matt 8:18–22)
  • Stilling the Storm (Matt 8:23–27)
  • Healing the Demoniacs (Matt 8:28–34)
  • Son of Man Claiming Authority on Earth (Matt 9:1–8)
  • Physicians, Fasting, and Fresh Wineskins (Matt 9:9–17)
  • Calling and Sending the Disciples: Introduction (Matt 10)
  • Finding What Jesus Says about the Gentiles
  • Calling and Sending the Disciples: Freely Give and Jesus as “Cynic”? (Matt 10:5–15)
  • Calling and Sending the Disciples: Fear Not (Matt 10:16–23)
  • Calling and Sending the Disciples: Fear Not (Matt 10:24–42)
Unit 5: Messiah’s Kingdom and Its Coming (Matt 11–13)
  • John’s Question about Jesus (Matt 11:1–6)
  • Qumran and the Messiah (4Q521)
  • Rejecting John and Jesus (Matt 11:7–24)
  • My Yoke Is Easy (Matt 11:25–30)
  • Lord of the Sabbath and God’s Chosen Servant (Matt 12:1–21)
  • Son of David and the Sign of Jonah (Matt 12:22–42)
  • Tagging Beelzebul as a Reference to Satan
  • Kingdom Parables: Survey (Matt 13)
  • Kingdom Parables: Wheat and Weeds (Matt 13:24–30, 36–43)
  • Finding All the Parables in the Bible
  • Kingdom Parables: Have You Understood? (Matt 13:51–58)
Unit 6: Life in the New Community (Matt 14–18)
  • Walking on Water (Matt 14:22–33)
  • Tradition of Man versus Law of God (Matt 15:1–20)
  • Faith of the Canaanite Woman (Matt 15:21–28)
  • Peter’s Confession (Matt 16:13–20)
  • Jesus’ First Prediction of His Death (Matt 16:21–28)
  • Jesus’ Transfiguration (Matt 17:1–13)
  • Paying the Temple Tax (Matt 17:24–27)
  • Community Regulations (Matt 18)
Unit 7: Consummation of the Age (Matt 19–25)
  • Rich Young Man (Matt 19:16–26)
  • Judging the Twelve Tribes of Israel (Matt 19:27–30)
  • Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard (Matt 20:1–16)
  • Jesus’ Second Prediction of His Death (Matt 20:17–28)
  • Son of David Healing the Blind Men (Matt 20:29–34)
  • Consummation of the Age: Overview (Matt 21–25)
  • Triumphal Entry (Matt 21:1–11)
  • My House (Matt 21:12–17)
  • Cursing the Fig Tree (Matt 21:18–27)
  • Parable of the Two Sons (Matt 21:28–32)
  • Parable of the Wicked Tenants (Matt 21:33–46)
  • Finding Different Interpretations of Isaiah 5 in Ancient Literature
  • Criticism of Religious Leaders (Matt 23)
  • Eschatological Discourse: Mount of Olives Declaration (Matt 24:1–26:5)
  • Eschatological Discourse: Parables (Matt 24:45–25:13)
  • Eschatological Discourse: Parable of the Sheep and Goats (Matt 25:31–46)
Unit 8: Messiah’s Humiliation and Exaltation (Matt 26–28)
  • Plotting and Anointing for Jesus’ Death (Matt 26:1–16)
  • Last Supper: Words of Institution (Matt 26:26–29)
  • Testimony of Jesus (Matt 26:47–68)
  • Jesus’ Trial before Pilate (Matt 27:11–26)
  • Jesus’ Crucifixion and Burial (Matt 27:27–66)
  • Resurrected Saints (Matt 27:52–53)
  • Guard at the Tomb (Matt 27:62–66)
  • Resurrection: Women at the Tomb (Matt 28:1–10)
  • Great Commission (Matt 28:18–20)
Conclusion
  • Closing Remarks

NT318 Book Study: The Gospel of Mark in Its Roman Context

  • Instructor: Craig Evans
  • Video hours: 8

Explore the social settings, traditions, and historical setting, as well as the question of the authorship of Mark. Tackle the first half of Mark, which is dedicated to Jesus’ ministry in Galilee, where he performed miracles; and the second half of Mark, which is focused on Jesus in Jerusalem and the passion. Discover the purpose of Mark’s Gospel, which is to present Jesus as God’s true Son who fulfills his mission on earth. Dr. Craig Evans sheds light on the book of Mark and brings the text to life.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Introduction to the Gospel of Mark
  • Who Wrote Mark and When? Part 1
  • Who Wrote Mark and When? Part 2
  • Living Voices
  • Mark and Qumran Cave 7
  • Manuscripts of Mark
  • Historical Context of Mark
  • Mark’s Incipit
Unit 2: Jesus’ Public Ministry Begins
  • Mark’s Thesis Statement (1:1–3)
  • John the Baptist
  • The Kingdom of God in Mark 1:15
  • Jesus in Capernaum
Unit 3: Jesus’ Power as Exorcist and Healer
  • Names and Pigs
  • Jesus Succeeds Where Others Fail
  • Exorcism Methods
  • Jesus versus Solomon
  • Wanted: Holy Spirit Power
  • Enduring Legacy of Jesus’ Power
Unit 4: Son of Man, Apostles of God
  • Healing and Forgiving the Paralytic
  • Son of Man
  • Apostles Sent by God
  • Sowing the Word
  • Structure of Mark
Unit 5: Messianic Revelations
  • Peter’s Confession of Christ
  • Jesus’ Passion Prophecy
  • Take Up Your Cross
  • Heavenly Confirmation
Unit 6: Kingdom Ethics and Relationships
  • Divorce
  • Children
  • The Rich Man
  • Wealth and the Kingdom of God
  • Service in the Kingdom
  • Suffering as Atonement in Jewish Tradition
  • Healing of Bartimaeus
Unit 7: Jesus in Jerusalem
  • Triumphal Entry: Part 1
  • Triumphal Entry: Part 2
  • The Fig Tree
  • House of Prayer or Robbers’ Den?
  • Jeremiah’s Warning
  • Jesus’ Calculated Risk
Unit 8: Escalating Antagonism
  • Narrative Structure
  • By What Authority?
  • Wicked Vineyard Tenants: Part 1
  • Wicked Vineyard Tenants: Part 2
  • Trying to Trap Jesus
  • David and the Identity of the Messiah
  • Greed on Display
  • Jesus’ End Times Prophecies
Unit 9: Road to the Cross
  • Devotion and Betrayal
  • The Last Supper
  • Words of Institution
  • Gethsemane
  • Jesus’ Arrest
  • Jesus’ Trial
  • Peter’s Denial
Unit 10: Death, Burial, and Resurrection
  • Jesus before Pilate
  • King of the Jews
  • The Death of Jesus
  • Jesus’ Burial
  • The Resurrection of Jesus
  • The Last Twelve Verses of Mark
  • Was Jesus Really Resurrected?
Conclusion
  • Bringing the Gospel to Life

NT319 Book Study: The Gospel of Luke in Its Gentile Context

  • Instructor: Craig Evans
  • Video hours: 10

Dr. Craig Evans examines how Luke transformed the Jesus story into something that Gentiles in his time could appreciate. Luke wanted his readers to know that his account was based on early sources—credible eyewitness testimony that he himself had accessed for the composition of this Gospel. Remember, this was a Jewish story, one about Jesus the Jew, fulfiller of the Jewish Scriptures, and was part of the history of the people of Israel. So, what relevance did it have for Gentiles? Luke wanted the Gentiles to know that this Jewish Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth, was their Savior too. And that is still true today—He’s our savior also. Luke’s other emphases—election, the unity of the church, proper use of wealth, and what constitutes true righteousness—remain valid for the church today as well.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Introduction to the Gospel of Luke
  • Early Textual Witnesses
  • Who Wrote the Gospel of Luke?
  • Structure and Themes
  • Luke’s Incipit
Unit 2: Infancy Narrative Themes
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Annunciation
  • Son of God
  • The Canticles of Israel
  • Samuel and the Temple Typology
Unit 3: Good News and Controversy
  • Preaching in Nazareth: Part 1
  • Preaching in Nazareth: Part 2
  • Preaching in Nazareth: Part 3
  • The Calling of Peter
  • Jesus Heals and Forgives the Paralytic
  • The Calling of Levi
  • Sabbath Controversies
Unit 4: Teaching and Compassion
  • Twelve Disciples and Many Prayers
  • Sermon on the Plain: Blessings and Woes
  • Sermon on the Plain: Love for Enemies
  • Healing the Centurion’s Servant
  • Jesus Raises the Widow’s Son
  • The Sinful Woman: Part 1
  • The Sinful Woman: Part 2
Unit 5: Parables and Power
  • Parable of the Sower and the Soils
  • Jesus’ Relationships and Power
  • Casting Out a Legion
  • Healing a Woman and Raising a Child
Unit 6: Jesus and the Twelve
  • The Ministry of Jesus Is Multiplied
  • Feeding the Five Thousand
  • Peter’s Confession of Christ
  • The Transfiguration
  • Disciples and Children
Unit 7: Discipleship
  • Jesus Sets His Face to Go to Jerusalem
  • Samaritans and Would-Be Followers
  • The Purpose of Luke’s Central Section
  • Fall of Satan
  • Inheriting Eternal Life
  • The Good Samaritan
  • Martha and Mary, Bread and Word
  • The Lord’s Prayer
  • Asking and Receiving
Unit 8: Judgments, Warnings, and Exhortations
  • Jesus and Beelzebul
  • The Sign of Jonah
  • Woes against the Scholars
  • Parable of the Rich Fool
  • Jesus the Shepherd
  • Eschatological Warnings
  • The Need for Repentance
  • Parable of the Barren Fig Tree
  • Healing on the Sabbath
Unit 9: God’s Kingdom and the Lost
  • Narrow versus Broad Door
  • Destiny Approaching: Jesus and Jerusalem
  • Who Will Attend the Heavenly Banquet?
  • Parable of the Banquet
  • Parables of the Lost
  • Parable of the Lost Son: Part 1
  • Parable of the Lost Son: Part 2
Unit 10: Wealth, Poverty, and Spiritual Reality
  • Parable of the Shrewd Manager
  • Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus
  • Attitude of Service and Thanksgiving
  • Overcoming Indifference and Self-Righteousness
  • The Rich Ruler
  • Jesus and Zacchaeus
Unit 11: Ministry in Jerusalem
  • Parable of the Pounds
  • Jesus’ Triumphal Entry
  • Jesus Cleanses the Temple
  • Jesus’ Authority Questioned
  • Parable of the Wicked Tenants
  • Is the Christ the Son of David?
  • More Eschatological Warnings
Unit 12: Last Supper and Betrayal
  • The Lord’s Supper
  • Who Is the Greatest?
  • Jesus Predicts Simon’s Denial
  • Jesus Prays on the Mount of Olives
  • Jesus before the High Priest
  • Jesus Condemned to Death
Unit 13: Jesus’ Death and Resurrection
  • The Cross
  • The Death of Jesus
  • Jesus Is Buried
  • Easter Morning
  • Three on the Road to Emmaus
  • The Risen Jesus Teaches His Disciples
Conclusion
  • A Gospel for Today

Product Details

  • Title: Craig Evans Synoptic Gospels Bundle (3 courses)
  • Instructors: Craig Evans
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 3
  • Video Hours: 28

About Craig A. Evans

Craig A. Evans is the Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament and director of the graduate program at Acadia Divinity College in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. He has written extensively on the historical Jesus and the Jewish background of the New Testament era. His books include Jesus and His Contemporaries: Comparative Studies, a commentary on Mark in the Word Biblical Commentary, Jesus and the Ossuaries, and Ancient Texts for New Testament Studies. He recently served on the advisory board of the Gospel of Judas project for the National Geographic Society and has appeared frequently as an expert commentator on network television programs such as Dateline, as well as in various documentaries on the BBC, the Discovery Channel and the History Channel.

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