2020 Summer Online Classes Will Start in July.
Special Summer Course: Yeshua (Jesus) and the Hebrew Covenants
– July 6th through August 31st, 7:00-9:00 PM
Course Description: This class will explore four covenants or relationships Adonai calls us into with Him. It will also cover the Jewishness of Yeshua (Jesus) while He was on the earth and His teaching style. Digging into the history and culture of the time Yeshua lived and ministered, we will show how He was like the rabbis of His day and how He was different. What exactly did the Jewish religious leaders at that time object to in regard to Yeshua’s (Jesus’) teachings? Why did they want to get rid of Him? Additional topics covered include the calling of disciples, what is expected of followers of Yeshua (Jesus), keeping Adonai’s commandments, and the role of the Holy Spirit.
Instructor: Rev. Stephanie Pavlantos
Lost in Translation: Rediscovering the Hebrew Roots of Our Faith, Vol 1 by John Klein and Adam Spears (2013). Selah Publishing.
The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi: My Journey into the Heart of Scriptural Faith and the Land Where It All Began by Kathie Lee Gifford and Rabbi Jason Sobe (2018). Thomas Neslon.
Tuesday afternoons, starting July 7th, 1:30 – 3:00 pm
LM 108 Apologetics – July 7th through September 8th
Course Description: This apologetics course covers how to share your faith in Jesus/Yeshua with non-believers in today’s pluralistic society from a Judaic-Christian perspective. It will cover the major and most common objections and misunderstandings of Jesus/Yeshua today.
Instructor: Dr. Deborah Burd
Brown, M.L. (2020). Resurrection: Investigating a Rabbi from Brooklyn, a preacher from Galilee, and an event that changed the world. Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House.
Strobel, L. (2016). The case for Christ: A journalist’s personal investigationof the evidence for Jesus. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.
More information on Summer term to come!
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
(330) 622-0481 or email@example.com