This is a very helpful course discussing an important passage of scripture. I would recommend it highly to anyone from any theological background. The course covers the passage in detail, and give links to very helpful articles, and guides. The teacher is personable, and has an obvious love the passage he is teaching. The course material is presented in the high standard of quality that we have come to expect from Hexham Press. I deducted a star for the following reasons: 1. Dr. Futato does some very good version comparisons as they relate to how Hebrew words from the text could be translated. But, in at least one major instance he says that one of the translation options isn't used in any translation that he knows of... but this is the reading used in the KJV. I'm not expecting that every one use the KJV, but it seems that a teacher of his status should know about it. 2. This course takes an obvious Reformed standpoint. I don't think this standpoint is necessary considering the text that is being taught. As it relates to the comments and reviews before mine: No two people are every going to agree completely on everything. I've learned a lot from people I disagree with. You don't have to change who you are to learn, unless you are biased against the truth.
- I agree with Jonathans review I asked a question about this course earlier in the year and this month was able to listen to it as a member of Logos Now, Thanks Logos. I really enjoyed the excellent teaching, learnt much, and appreciated Mark's love of the words of Deuteronomy. I am also appreciating the opportunity Logos offeres to be an eclectic student.