The Life of Yeshua from a Messianic Jewish Perspective: From Birth to the Public Proclamation of His Messiahship (BHD 101)
This is the first course in a sequence of four courses examining the life of Yeshua the Messiah from a Messianic Jewish perspective. Using a harmonization of the four Gospels, we’ll study the life of Yeshua using a chronological-thematic approach. This course covers the period from Yeshua’s birth (the Incarnation) to the public proclamation of His Messiahship.
This is a foundational course, an essential course, that every believer should take! This course focuses on the doctrine of Israel Past, Present, and Future, within the framework of Dispensationalism. Areas of study include: the election of Israel, the covenants, the Law of Moses, the sabbath, the remnant, the Kingdom of God program, Israel and the Church, Israel today, Romans 9-11, Messianic Jewish identity, Israel in relationship to End-Time events, anti- Semitism, and so much more!
This course is a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Genesis. It covers Genesis Chapter 1 through Genesis Chapter 17. The readings, lectures, curriculum, and assignments are all designed to maximize student understanding and application of this foundational book of the Bible. Students will grow intellectually and spiritually as they delve into “Sepher Maaseh Bereishit” (i.e.”The Book of the Act of In the Beginning”), with Dr. Fruchtenbaum as their guide.
This course examines the doctrine of Israel as taught in the system of theology known as Covenant Theology: this includes Premillennial, Postmillennial, and Amillennial Covenant Theology. Is it vital for well-informed believers to be aware of the hermeneutic of Covenant theologians that has led to their errors related to the doctrine of Israel.