Schedule

Course descriptions are available on this page approximately three months before the quarter begins. Current students may register at any time after the courses have been announced. New students should not register until receiving confirmation of acceptance to the school and permission from the registrar. The early registration fee is $40. The standard fee is $80.  Early registration runs from Sunday, September 1 through September 28, 2019.

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  • Fall Begins Oct. 27–ends Dec. 29, 2019
  • Winter begins Jan. 12, 2020–ends Mar. 15, 2020
  • Spring begins Mar. 29–ends June 7 (week break for Passover)

2019-2020 Courses

Fall Quarter

S501 The Beginnings of Judaism and the Jewish People –Rav Carl Kinbar

SL502 Jewish Practices in a Messianic Context – Rabbi Joshua Brumbach

RS701 Congregational Growth and Development*-  Rabbi Stuart Dauermann and Rabbi Rich Nichol

BH511 Grammar of Biblical Hebrew Level 1-1 – Robin Van Riper

R608 2nd Temple Jewish Sources – Dr. Vered Hillel

*Courses marked with an asterisk are limited to Rabbinic Studies students only.

Winter Quarter

S502 Apostolic Writings – Dr Vered Hillel
R501 Introduction to Rabbinic Judaism 1 Rav Carl Kinbar
RS651 Basics of Synagogue. Worship – Rabbi Benjamin Raker Ehrenfeld
BH512 Grammar of Biblical Hebrew Level 1-2  – Robin Van Riper

*Courses marked with an asterisk are limited to Rabbinic Studies students only.

Spring Quarter

T501 Shape of Messianic Jewish Theology Theology Dr Jen Rosner
RS502 Key Events* Rabbi Rich Nichol and Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
             Mussar Then and Now:  Evolution, Regression or Two Different Things with the Same Name – Ben Raker-Ehrenfeld
BH513  Grammar of Biblical Hebrew Level 3-1 Robin Van Riper

*Courses marked with an asterisk are limited to Rabbinic Studies students only.

Summer Quarter

Residential intensive

Panim el Panim Courses

2019 Panim el Panim

Israel, Creation and the Messianic Jewish Canonical Narrative
November 5-26 Tuesdays 8:00-9:00 pm Eastern time – Rabbi Paul Saal

Though Judaism and Christianity share the creation narratives recorded in the Hebrew Scriptures, it would be naive to believe that they also share a fully unified understanding of these same accounts.  This class will explore a uniquely Messianic Jewish narrative arc from creation to completion.

Messianic Jewish Services: Restoring the Foundations
December 2-23 Mondays 8:00 pm Eastern time – Rabbi Stuart Dauermann

In its description of the restoration of worship in Jerusalem after the destruction of the First Temple and during the building of the Second Temple, the Tanakh identifies seven foundations for Messianic Jewish worship. Come and learn about these foundations and what to do with them.

2020 Panim el Panim

Is Yeshua Really the One? Evidences of Messianic Jewish Faith
January 6-27 Wednesdays 12:00 noon Eastern time – Rabbi Rich Nichol

In this class Rabbi Rich will share some of the vital historical facts which give us confidence that Yeshua is the Messiah and for us to continue on as Messianic Jews.     

Great Modern Jewish Thinkers
February 3-24 Wednesdays 12:00 noon Eastern time – Rabbi Elliot Klayman      

This course will examine the lives of four Jewish Thinkers and explore what made these otherwise ordinary people great. Theodore Herzl, Louis Brandeis, Abraham Joshua Heschel and Rachmiel Frydland

Insight of the Sages (Part 1)
March 10-31 Tuesdays 1:00 pm Eastern time – Rav Carl Kinbar

In this course, we study the ancient, yet enduring wisdom that has nurtured the Jewish people to this day.

Men, Women and Discipleship in Besorat Mark
April 6-27 Mondays 1:00 pm Eastern time – Rabbi Vered Hillel

Both male and female disciples play significant roles in Besorat Mark. In this class we will examine these roles and the importance of the repeated admonishment of the male disciples for their lack of understanding and commendation of female disciples for their faith.

Torah Lishma: Contemplative Reading and Application of Scripture
May 4-25 Mondays 1:00 pm Eastern time – Rabbi Russ Resnik

In this class we will examine how biblical meditation lifts the Word of God off the page, through our voice and imagination, and into the heart, where it has transforming power.

2018-2019 Courses

Fall Quarter (Oct. 7-Dec. 9, 2018)

H510 Jewish-Christian Relations in Historical Context-Dr. Jen Rosner
RW682 Midrash Pesiqta Derav Kahana-Rav Carl Kinbar
RS501 Personal Life of a Spiritual Leader (Rabbinic class)*-Rabbi Paul Saal
BH501 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew 1a – Robin Van Riper

*Courses marked with an asterisk are limited to Rabbinic Studies students only.

Winter Quarter (Dec. 23, 2018-Feb. 24, 2019)

H504 Modern Judaism – Dr. Jen Rosner
RS601 Sermon Preparation and Delivery – Rabbi Rich Nichol
RS653 Leading High Holiday and Haggim Services (Rabbinic class)* – Rabbi Benjamin Raker Ehrenfeld
BH502 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew 1b – Robin Van Riper

*Courses marked with an asterisk are limited to Rabbinic Studies students only.

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Spring Quarter (Mar 10-May 19, 2019)

T601 God and Messiah – Rabbi Mark Kinzer
SL504 Toward a Messianic Jewish Communal Ethic – Rabbi Paul Saal
S604  Besorat Matthew in its Jewish Context – Noel Rabinowitz
BH503 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew 1c – Robin Van Riper

Summer Quarter (June 30-Aug. 30, 2019)

RS662 Summer Intensive 2 (Rabbinic class)*

*Courses marked with an asterisk are limited to Rabbinic Studies students only.

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