Course Schedule (2016-2017)

Traditional In-Classroom Courses

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Term 1
(Full Course)
7:00pm-8:15pm
Term 2
(Full Course)
7:00pm-8:15pm
Term 3
(Full Course)
January 23,30
February 6,13,20,27
March 6,13
7:00pm-8:15pm
Prophets II
(H. Silverman)

Mondays. A further study of the Prophets, including their role in the development of Israel’s history, theology, morality, and national hope, with an emphasis on what they have to say to us about social issues, morality, and our relationship with God.

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Jewish Context of Atonement & Resurrection
(E. Chabot)

Mondays. How the Tanakh and Rabbinic literature approach these important theological concepts and their relevance to Messiah-followers today.

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Gospel of John
(H. Goulet)

Mondays. Rich overview of the Good News according to John.

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Term 4
(Full Course)
March 20,27
April 3,17
May 1,8,15,22
7:00pm-8:15pm
Writings
(H. Silverman)

Mondays. A study of the Writings: Psalms, Proverbs, Job, Song of Songs, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Esther, Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Chronicles.

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Book of Revelation
(H. Goulet)

Mondays. An overview of the last book of the Bible, the Messianic Jewish Apocalypse.

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New Testament Environment
(C. Kotting)

Mondays. A sweeping overview of the dynamic and varied components and influences of the Jewish-Graeco-Roman milieu of the NT.

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Genesis: A Rich Tour
(P. Knehans)

Mondays. A rich walking tour of the opening book of the Scriptures.

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8:30pm-9:45pm
8:30pm-9:45pm
8:30pm-9:45pm
Hebrew III
(M. Kotting)

Mondays. Continued Hebrew vocabulary and grammar, including imperatives, relative clauses and the introduction of the Hif ’il verb stem. Prerequisite: Hebrew II

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Greek III
(H. Goulet)

Mondays. Continued Greek vocabulary and grammar including the “indicative” verb system and participles. Prerequisite: Greek II

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Book of Chronicles
(H. Silverman)

Mondays. Hope through history: The centrality of Davidic kingship and the anticipation of the Messianic age.

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8:30pm-9:45pm
Hebrew IV
(M. Kotting)

Mondays. Continued Hebrew vocabulary and grammar, including demonstrative adjectives, negative commands, the cohortative, the jussive and the Hishtaf ’el stem. Prerequisite: Hebrew III

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Greek IV
(H. Goulet)

Mondays. Continued Greek vocabulary and grammar including the “nonindicative” verb forms, and preparation for intermediate Greek. Prerequisite: Greek III

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Jewish History
(H. Silverman)

Mondays. A geographical, cultural, and political overview of the character, mindset, and prospects of the Jewish people from Biblical times to modern Statehood.

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7:00pm-8:30pm
7:00pm-8:30pm
7:00pm-8:30pm
One God, One Book, One Story III
(H. Goulet)

Wednesdays 7:00-8:30pm! Starts on Jan 18th Restoration of the one continuous story of God’s salvation history from Genesis to Revelation in 4 parts.

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7:00pm-8:30pm
One God, One Book, One Story IV
(H. Goulet)

Wednesdays 7:00-8:30pm! Starts on Mar 22nd. Restoration of the one continuous story of God’s salvation history from Genesis to Revelation in 4 parts.

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Term 1
(Mini Course)
7:00pm-9:30pm
Term 2
(Mini Course)
7:00pm-9:30pm
Term 3
(Mini Course)
7:00pm-9:30pm
Term 4
(Mini Course)
March 25
June 7,14
7:00pm-9:30pm
The Fate of the Dead
(H. Goulet)

Saturdays - March 18 & 25: What do the Scriptures and the Second Temple Jewish literature have to say about what happens after death?

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The Case for Zionism
(E. Chabot)

Wednesdays - June 7 & 14: A balanced historical, theological, political, and moral defense of Zionism, ancient and contemporary.

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