Winter Classes for 2019 start in February! More information to come!
LM 100 Yeshua: The Jewishness of Jesus – Craig Drurey, Instructor
Course Description: This course focuses on Jesus (Yeshua), who He was/is, how He lived, and His mission on earth. We will explore what the Scriptures, the rabbinic writers, and the Biblical scholars say about this incredible man, both human and divine, and completely Jewish.
Time and Day: Wednesdays at 7:00 PM, Starting February 13, 2019
Textbooks: Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus by Ann Spangler and Lois Tverberg (2009), 100 Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus, a fold-out pamphlet by Rose Publishing, and Search for Messiah by Mark Eastman and Chuck Smith (1996).
LM 109/EL 321 Prayer – Dr. Deborah Burd, Instructor
Course Description: This course is an in-depth study of prayer, which is essential to one’s life and ministry. Areas covered include personal prayer, corporate prayer, intercession, liturgical prayer, and healing prayer. The class also covers spiritual warfare and breaking spiritual bondages. In addition, it covers the fundamentals of Jewish prayer, those spoken daily and on Shabbat and other religious occasions and holidays.
Time and Day: Mondays at 10:00 AM, Starting February 11th
Textbooks: Prayer, the Ultimate Conversation by Charles F. Stanley (2013) and a Siddur (Messianic). (The Siddur can be purchased through Messianic Jewish Publishers and Resources or Menorah Ministries’ Bookstore.)
MJCS 202/LM 102 New Testament (Brit Chadashah) Overview – Dr. Deborah Burd and Frank Morrow, Instructors
Course Description: This course covers the Gospels, the Epistles (Letters) and the book of Revelation found in the New Testament (Brit Chadashah) from a Judaic-Christian perspective. It also touches on Old Testament prophecies that have been fulfilled in Yeshua ha Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah). A brief look at eschatological prophecy is covered as well.
Time and Day: Thursdays at 7:00 PM, Starting February 14th
Textbooks: The Real Kosher Jesus by Michael L. Brown (2012) and the NIV First-Century Study Bible (Notes by Kent Dobson, 2014). Published by Zondervan.
EL 306 Biblical Greek 2 – Craig Drurey, Instructor
Course Description: This course picks up where Greek 1 left off. It focuses more on grammar and gaining meaning from and proper interpretation of passages from the Gospels and Epistles in the New Testament (Brit Chadashah).
Time and Day: Tuesdays at 6:00 PM, Starting February 12th
Textbook: Greek for the Rest of Us by William D. Mounce (2013)
Tuition for Classes: $110.00 per regular course. Books are in addition to tuition and need to be purchased by the student.
Registering for Classes: New Students must make application to the Institute and be accepted before signing up for courses. (Applications posted under “Programs.”) Click here for more information.
Current students may register online:
For questions, registering for classes, or applying to become a student at Besorah contact:
Dr. Deborah Burd, President
Besorah Institute for Judaic-Christian Studies & Biblical Research
P.O. Box 278
Twinsburg, Ohio 44087