LT261 Study the Bible with Logos: Matthew 4:1–11

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We designed this course primarily to teach you how to study the Bible. Secondarily, we desire to help those who use Logos Bible Software to become proficient in its use. Studying the Bible and using Logos do not have to be overwhelming. That’s exactly why we use the “Observation, Interpretation, Application” Bible study method and emphasize two basic skills in the software.

Part 1: Observation

(Day 1) Become Familiar with the Passage and Its Context

(Day 1) Become Familiar with the Passage and Its Context

9m
(Day 2) Organize Your Library and Create Your Own Layout

(Day 2) Organize Your Library and Create Your Own Layout

6m
(Day 3) Read the Passage Slowly and Mark It Up

(Day 3) Read the Passage Slowly and Mark It Up

7m
(Day 4) Identify and Research the Main Themes

(Day 4) Identify and Research the Main Themes

4m
(Day 5) Broaden Your Knowledge about Biblical Themes

(Day 5) Broaden Your Knowledge about Biblical Themes

4m
(Day 6) Explore the Differences between Translations

(Day 6) Explore the Differences between Translations

5m
(Day 7) Explore the Literary Context

(Day 7) Explore the Literary Context

8m
(Day 8) Explore the Intertextual Context: Parallel Passages

(Day 8) Explore the Intertextual Context: Parallel Passages

7m
(Day 9) Explore the Intertextual Context: Intertestamental Connections

(Day 9) Explore the Intertextual Context: Intertestamental Connections

5m
(Day 10) Explore the Historical Context of the Event: Geography and Time

(Day 10) Explore the Historical Context of the Event: Geography and Time

7m
(Day 11) Explore the Historical Context of the Event: Physical Setting

(Day 11) Explore the Historical Context of the Event: Physical Setting

7m
(Day 12) Explore the Historical Context of the Writer

(Day 12) Explore the Historical Context of the Writer

4m
(Day 13) Explore the Cultural Context

(Day 13) Explore the Cultural Context

6m
(Day 14) Observe What Main Characters Do

(Day 14) Observe What Main Characters Do

8m
(Day 15) Observe What Main Characters Say

(Day 15) Observe What Main Characters Say

6m

Part 2: Interpretation

(Day 16) Find the Most Frequently Used Words

(Day 16) Find the Most Frequently Used Words

10m
(Day 17) Find Occurrences of Important Phrases

(Day 17) Find Occurrences of Important Phrases

7m
(Day 18) Research Words in the Original Languages: Morphological Searches

(Day 18) Research Words in the Original Languages: Morphological Searches

8m
(Day 19) Research Words in the Original Languages: Word Studies

(Day 19) Research Words in the Original Languages: Word Studies

8m
(Day 20) Research Words in the Original Languages: Senses

(Day 20) Research Words in the Original Languages: Senses

8m
(Day 21) Research Words in the Original Languages: Grammatical and Semantic Roles

(Day 21) Research Words in the Original Languages: Grammatical and Semantic Roles

8m
(Day 22) Research Words in the Original Languages: Grammatical Constructions

(Day 22) Research Words in the Original Languages: Grammatical Constructions

7m
(Day 23) Research Words in the Original Languages: Textual Variants

(Day 23) Research Words in the Original Languages: Textual Variants

7m
(Day 24) Understand the Purpose in Structure

(Day 24) Understand the Purpose in Structure

8m
(Day 25) Summarize the Big Idea of the Text

(Day 25) Summarize the Big Idea of the Text

6m
(Day 26) Check Commentaries for Interpretation

(Day 26) Check Commentaries for Interpretation

6m
(Day 27) Explore the Doctrinal Implications of the Passage

(Day 27) Explore the Doctrinal Implications of the Passage

5m

Part 3: Application

(Day 28) Apply the Passage

(Day 28) Apply the Passage

9m
(Day 29) Find Personal Application

(Day 29) Find Personal Application

9m
(Day 30) Share Insight

(Day 30) Share Insight

6m