This Christmas, discover the gift of a biblical education.
Mobile Ed has a special Christmas offer—you can save up to 50% on some of our most popular Mobile Ed courses from Douglas Moo, Craig Evans, John Walton, and more.
The highly anticipated Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew with Logos 6 bundle is shipping on Thursday, November 19th! The courses showcase the unique and innovative learning tools of Logos 6 and guide users through their original language studies.
Dr. Douglas J. Moo, known for his commentaries on Romans and Galatians, is one of the most respected New Testament scholars today. In his Mobile Ed course on Paul’s Letter to the Galatians, Moo guides you through the major themes and theological elements of Galatians to help you apply Paul’s letter to your life and to the church. This course is coming soon to the seven-course Paul’s Letters Bundle.
Moo’s study of Galatians helps Christians learn to “live by faith” (Gal 3:11) every day. You’ll also see how Galatians emphasizes the equality of all kinds of people in the church—because all followers of Christ are united through him.
Here are five of my favorite insights about living by faith from Moo’s study on Galatians:
Explore Paul’s letters to the Galatians, Philippians, Ephesians, Colossians, and more in our seven-course Mobile Ed bundle. Three of the seven courses are available now, and you’ll get access to the remaining four the moment they’re finished. Right now, in addition to Dr. Moo’s study of Galatians, you’ll get instant access to Dr. Robert Sloan’s study of Philippians and Paul’s Theology and the Letter to the Philippians.
Save 37% on Mobile Ed: Paul’s Letters Bundle when you order today.
Have you ever wished you understood your Bible better? Whether you are a Bible study leader, pastor, or just curious about exploring theology, Mobile Ed can equip you for your journey. Offering courses from today’s leading scholars, Mobile Ed provides instruction that is accessible, flexible, and designed to help adult learners grasp the material and learn on the go. All courses are powered by Logos Bible Software and include recommendations for further reading, video tutorials, self-assessments, and the opportunity to learn in community through Faithlife groups. Now is the best time to explore Mobile Ed as there are three great opportunities to get connected.
Time is running out to take advantage of the biggest sale in Mobile Ed history. Enjoy savings on over 70 Mobile Ed courses, including two Craig Evans courses which are currently under $35 each (The Reliability of New Testament Manuscripts and Jesus and the Witness of the Outsiders). With 15% off all shipped courses and 50% off the Essentials Bundle, now is the time to kick-start your Bible study with Mobile Ed. Buy now and save before the sale ends on October 16th.
Learn to approach Exodus from historical, literary, and theological perspectives. Explore the themes of salvation, law, and God’s presence. Dr. Tremper Longman examines the structure and major sections of Exodus, focusing on God’s activity: rescuing Israel from Egyptian bondage, giving Israel the law, and commanding Moses to build the tabernacle. This is your last chance to save 40% on Dr. Longman’s Book Study: Exodus before the course ships on October 15th.
Gain fresh perspective on Hebrews as Dr. George Guthrie applies 20 years of interpretation and application to his teaching on this complex and unique book. Connect the pieces of the puzzle to gain a better understanding of who Jesus is and what he has done for us. Dig into this book study and take advantage of the last chance to save 40% on Dr. Guthrie’s Book Study: The Letter to the Hebrews before it ships on October 14th.
Choose a Mobile Ed course that fits your needs. Save 15% or more when you order before October 16.
Mobile Ed courses is having its biggest sale ever! From Michael Heiser and John Walton to Bobby Conway and Gary Thomas, this unprecedented sale has something for everyone! Explore the entire course catalog and get the courses that fit your needs!
Delve into theology and the power of Logos as Bock teaches you how to comprehend Scripture, Witherington enhances your Johannine literature studies, and Moo guides you through the book of Romans.
You can get all three courses together for 50% off in the Essentials Bundle.
Explore seminary-level courses in communication, New Testament, Old Testament, personal and professional development, and biblical interpretation with top scholars—for less than $70 per course!
1. Trace the development of preaching in Basic History of Preaching by Gary Carr.
2. Explore preservation of the New Testament in The Reliability of New Testament Manuscripts by Craig A. Evans.
3. Discover what extrabiblical sources reveal about the life of Christ in Jesus and the Witness of the Outsiders by Craig Evans.
4. Gain insight into the intertestamental period in The World of Jesus and the Gospels by Craig A. Evans.
5. Discover what the Bible says about our identity in Christ with Our Identity in Christ by Elyse Fitzpatrick.
6. Focus on God’s commands against idolatry in Idolatry and the Power of the Cross by Elyse Fitzpatrick.
7. Evaluate the philosophies of translations in Introducing Bible Translations by Mark Strauss.
If you’ve ever thought about taking a Mobile Ed course, now is the time to do it—the entire Mobile Ed Catalog is 15% off! You’ll find seminary-level courses on apologetics, church history, counseling, cultural studies, education, ethics, language, leadership development, Logos academic training, missions, pastoral care, theology, and more!
Browse the entire course catalog and choose a course that interests you!
Faithlife employees recently went through Dr. Darrell Bock’s Mobile Ed course, Learn to Study the Bible together. The study united employees from different departments to focus on reading and studying Scripture. To get a better sense of the experience, I sat down with Instructional Designer Jon Pierceson, SDA Product Manager Martin Weber, and Conference Marketing Team Lead Kelly McCoy and asked each of them about their experience with Dr. Bock’s course.
Jon Pierceson: Christians study the Word of God because it’s just that—God’s word. It’s what he says. Christians want to know what God has to say because it impacts Christians’ lives and how we relate to one another. It impacts how we live and what we do. I use my personal Bible study time to prepare for preaching and leading my men’s small group.
Martin Weber: The Holy Spirit breathes life into the Word.
Kelly McCoy: Bible study is important for people who are searching for answers or clarity or understanding that they have a tool to help them find that.
Martin Weber: I love that I can use the Topic Guide or Factbook in Logos Bible Software. Logos is with me no matter how deep or superficial I want to go into a particular topic. Logos is just like a good friend.
Jon Pierceson: I’m a firm believer in Mobile Ed. It’s what the church needs—theological education. Mobile Ed delivers an easy and accessible way for leaders to obtain theological education. Every Christian in a leadership role should have a copy of Logos. I think Logos Bible Software and Mobile Ed bridge the gap of theological and biblical study to help Christian leaders further develop in their faith.
Martin Weber: I think a lot of people who never had chance to go to seminary and are expected to present the Word of God. Mobile Ed replicates the very best aspects of the seminary experience.
Jon Pierceson: Bryan Chapell’s Preaching Bundle (CM151 and CM152)
Ben Witherington’s The Wisdom of John: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary on Johannine Literature (NT221)
Doug Moo’s New Testament Theology (NT305)
Martin Weber: Morris Proctor’s Logos Academic Training (LT161)
Jon Paulien’s Biblical Eschatology Bundle (NT386 and BI290)
Find your own favorite! Browse all Mobile Ed courses by name or professor.
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Studying in community allows Christians to ask questions, learn, and grow together. Christianity is not a religion of isolation. Jesus taught his followers to create a community of believers, and this Christian community keeps each member connected and accountable.
“Doctrines are not God: they are only a kind of map. But that map is based on the experience of hundreds of people who really were in touch with God—experiences compared with which any thrills or pious feelings you and I are likely to get on our own are very elementary and very confused.”
—C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity
Theology is complex. It is a journey meant to be shared with others whose lives have been touched by God. When Christians unite to study the Word they are able to access the Word in a new and powerful way, with combined insights and levels of experience. There are opportunities for Christians to join groups within the church, but what about individuals who want to dig deeper into specific theological topics? How can those individuals get plugged in?
This summer, for the first time ever, Mobile Ed users were able to learn together in online groups moderated by Mobile Ed’s very own editors. Participants in Summer Session courses explored the world of Jesus and the Gospels, examined a missional approach to world religions, and studied techniques for dynamic preaching all together in community, using Faithlife Groups for communication. This type of enhanced learning experience allows participants from all over the world to get involved, interact, and engage in discussion regarding various theological issues.
Although the final Summer Session course will be wrapping up soon, you can still access the discussion questions written by the course moderators and stimulate your thinking on these topics by reading the discussions that have taken place within each course’s Faithlife group. From daily prayer to lively debate, participants are encouraged to learn and grow together whether they are in a moderated course or are accessing the Faithlife group of another Mobile Ed course to engage with others who are working through the same material.