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- Just started the course and I am loving it! To learn about the courage of the apostles to share the Gospel is very encouraging and challenging at the same time.
- — EditedWhat are the Mobile Ed courses for the next quarter? Where can I find this out in advance? I love these courses! Sorry, I thought I was in that group.
- Mobile Ed SubscriptionUnlock world class theological education for $49.99 per month/$499.99 per year. With over 30 hours of content each month, the Mobile Ed Subscription allows you to pursue theological education at your fingertips and for pennies on the dollar. The subscription content will change monthly. Mobile Ed subscribers will receive monthly emails including exclusive discounts and previews for courses coming soon to the Mobile Ed Subscription.www.logos.com
- Here are the courses coming to the Mobile Ed Subscription in January 2018: AP121 Introducing Covenantal Apologetics II: Applications by K. Scott Oliphint BI103 Principles of Bible Interpretation by Craig S. Keener CH241 The History of Christianity in the United States by Chris Armstrong MI251 Biblical Theology of Urban Ministry by John Fuder NT201 The Cultural World of the New Testament by David A. deSilva NT319 Book Study: The Gospel of Luke in Its Gentile Context by Craig A. Evans OT366 Book Study: Daniel and Its Literary and Historical Contexts by Wendy Widder TH241 Christology: The Doctrine of Christ by Gerry Breshears
- What Really Happened at the Tower of Babel? - LogosTalkMost children who’ve attended Sunday school classes can tell you what happened at the Tower of Babel. King Nimrod wanted to be famous, so he convinced the people of Babylon to build a great tower that would reach heaven. God could see that the people were becoming prideful and decided that he should go down …blog.logos.com
- Save on Your Favorites in November’s Mobile Ed Publisher Spotlight - LogosTalkBut who do they say I am? Find answers from Scripture to the probing question Jesus asked his disciples with the four video courses in the Jesus and the World He Lived in Bundle. You’ll save 36% when you buy this bundle as part of November’s Publisher Spotlight. You’ll also enjoy insights from some of …blog.logos.com
- Have You Always Wanted to Learn Greek? - LogosTalkIs Greek easier than you think? Find out for yourself during a special Facebook Live session starting at 1:30 p.m. (PT) on Wednesday, November 8. Dr. John Schwandt, executive director of Logos Mobile Education, will take your questions and explain the first steps to demystifying the original language of the New Testament through Faithlife’s new Interactive Greek …blog.logos.com
- Who Wrote the Book of Proverbs? - LogosTalkThe first book of Proverbs announces, “These are the proverbs of Solomon, son of David, king of Israel” (compare Prov 10:1; 25:1). By its own testimony, though, the book of Proverbs had many authors: “These are the sayings of the wise [literally, wise ones]” (Prov 24:23). This same idea—that the proverbs in the book were …blog.logos.com
- I would love to see a full mobile ed course on how to use the Proclaim software. I am sure Mark could handle it.
- There are some free Proclaim tutorials, if you hadn't seen them yet: https://support.proclaimonline.com/hc/en-us/articles/209657913-Video-TrainingVideo TrainingWelcome to Proclaim video training! Learn the basics of Proclaim, explore advanced training, watch our webinars, and check out our weekly video updates. Note: Get the most out of Proclaim with a ...support.proclaimonline.com
- Yes, I have seen them but most are just overviews which are fine but I am looking for a more comprehensive course that will MAKE me systematically go through it in small bites until I get it and start using it. Thanks for the info.
- The problem I have with all tutorials is that they are only effective for me if I use a split screen with Logos open and the tutorial on the other side and I can stop and start it to follow along because they move so quickly. This is the reason that most of my time spent learning new features is when I use Learnlogos training. I have also used two screens and that works ok too.
- — EditedWe are delighted to continue offering this Logos Mobile Education course on the Protestant Reformation. However, your time for securing this product for under $40 is running out. Check out the course video introduction and see for yourself just how rich this resource is!CH111 Understanding the Protestant Reformation: Precursors and LegacyUnderstanding the Protestant Reformation: Precursors and Legacy (CH111) is presented by a team of respected Christian scholars: Jennifer Powell McNutt, Roger E. Olson, Frank A. James III, Gerald L. Bray, Chris Armstrong, and Frederick Cardoza. These scholars are well published in church history, theology, and Christian education, and their combined expertise facilitates students gaining clear insight into the Reformation. This course covers the precursors to the Protestant Reformation, the prominent Reformers Martin Luther and John Calvin, and the Reformation’s impact on the reading of Scripture, the church, and Christian discipleship.faithlifetv.com
- Why Luther's 95 Theses Start with a Critique of a Bible Translation - LogosTalkThe first of Luther’s famous 95 Theses—whose 500th anniversary we celebrate today—is a critique of an erroneously translated phrase in Jerome’s translation of Matthew 4:17. In English we know this as, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Luther wrote in Thesis 1, When our Lord and Master Jesus Christ said, Poenitentiam agite, …blog.logos.com