Conferences & Seminars

Besorah Institute periodically hosts conferences, webinars, and seminars on a variety of topics related to Biblical research.  Scholarly or noted experts in those areas of study are invited to come and present their research.  These presentations are open to Besorah students and the general public.  The cost of the conferences and seminars varies. *Generous donations to the Institute make it possible for us to offer some of our events for free.

Click here to be linked to the YouTube recording of Dr. Barri Cae Seif’s May 3rd Presentation.

Online Seminar – Monday, May 3rd, 2021 at 7:00 PM EST

Guest Speaker: Dr. Barri Cae Seif

Topic: The Hebrew Names of God

There is no cost for this presentation.

Note: Instead of the Zoom format originally advertised for this event, the Institute will be presenting the program via The Messianic Lamb Video Network. This will allow for a much larger audience. Those who have already signed up for the seminar will be sent instructions on the various ways they can connect that evening. A chat forum will be available on May 3rd to ask Dr. Seif questions. More information to come!

Dr. Barri Cae Seif is an instructor, author, and theologian. She is an associate professor with Grace Christian University and the Director of Online Teaching Effectiveness. She teaches graduate and undergraduate classes for four other universities. She is also President of Sar Shalom Israel, a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization.

Dr. Seif holds a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Trinity Theological Seminar, an MBA from Amberton University and a BA in Psychology from Stephens College. She earned a Certificate from Harvard University Division of Continuing Education. Her published works include three devotionals, and most recently Is Christ Really the end of the Law? which was her dissertation.

She currently resides in Ovilla, Texas, with her beloved husband, Jeff. They are both Jewish and believers in Jesus. Her response to the love of Jesus is what guides her.

To register for this presentation, click here.

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Special Note: Stephanie Pavlantos (Student Services and Besorah Instructor) appears on PJnet Tv every Wednesday evening at 9:00 pm EST.  The topics she discusses vary each week.

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Upcoming Free Zoom Seminar – March 8th, 2021 at 7:00 PM EST

Topic:  Ezekiel 37, The Vision of the Dry Bones: A Messianic Perspective

Guest Speaker:  Messianic Rabbi Jeffrey A. Adler

Rabbi Jeffrey A. Adler, comes from a family with five generations of Messianic Jews.  A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he has a Master of Divinity degree and has led Messianic synagogues in Cincinnati and Indianapolis, Indiana since 1978.  He is currently Rabbi of Congregation Sha’arey Yeshua in Indianapolis.

Rabbi Adler, has held office in the Messianic Alliance of America and the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations.  He has spoken to congregations all across America, as well as in England.  He has also spoken to and taught the Word of God at many Messianic Jewish conferences, both regional and national, and on several occasions, has taught Yeshiva courses for IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues.)  In addition, Rabbi Adler was the text-team executive manager for the Torah/Pentateuch portion of the Tree of Life (TLV) Bible (2014), published by the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society. 

(Click here to Register for this event. Choose “Free Zoom Seminar/Rabbi Adler”) A zoom link to the seminar will be sent to you a day or two before the event.

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