Would love to do this course but it's just way above my pay grade.
- It is a costly bundle, indeed. You might consider, in the interim, reading my book, "Introducing the Apocrypha: Context, Message, and Significance" (Baker Academic, 2002), available from Faithlife for the Logos Library. It's a fairly in-depth look at these texts and their world. I feel almost compelled to say a word about the price of these Mobile Ed modules. I think it has to do with the quality of the "shoot" Faithlife is going for and the amount of production work behind the courses. Faithlife has an astoundingly professional studio and studio staff for the actual videography, and then there are hundreds of labor-hours spent per course editing video, transcribing the script, editing the script and creating links to texts and resources in the Logos Library, and creating the "extras" like the videos that show students step-by-step how to perform some of the tasks using Logos that they encounter in the course of the instructors' presentations. So, yes, it's a bit pricey, but it's also beyond comparison to the "great courses" videos that show up on tables in Barnes and Nobles or catalogs in the mail.