A Sweet Year and a Bright Future

A Sweet Year and a Bright Future

Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) is almost upon us. Following closely on the heels of Rosh Hashanah is Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles). Together these three festivals constitute the High Holidays on the Jewish calendar. These days are a...
Why MJTI?

Why MJTI?

MJTI is the world’s only fully online graduate school for Messianic Jewish higher education. The other day I got a note from an aspiring Messianic Jewish rabbi from Guadalajara, Mexico. He desires ordination as a rabbi, but cannot travel outside of his own country to...
“Rabbis, Real Rabbis…”

“Rabbis, Real Rabbis…”

Dear Friends of MJTI, Perhaps you remember the old song: “What the world needs now is love, sweet love. / “That’s the only thing that there’s much too little of…” We all agree! But as Messianic Jewish educators, we could alter the...
“A Debate on the Meaning of Israel”

“A Debate on the Meaning of Israel”

This Wednesday, MJTI Faculty and President Emeritus Rabbi Dr. Mark Kinzer debates prolific Anglican Biblical scholar N.T. Wright, hosted by the Beeson Divinity School of Samford University. “A Debate on the Meaning of Israel” will examine the place of...
Meet Yahnatan Lasko, pt. 2

Meet Yahnatan Lasko, pt. 2

Yahnatan Lasko is a 2019 graduate of MJTI’s Rabbinic Studies program. Last week, we talked about his journey to MJTI. This week, we discuss his journey through MJTI and his perspective on the intersection between Judaism and different abilities. MJTI: While you were...

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