Haverim Lecture Series: "The Gospel According to Moses" with Rev. Aaron Eime
Saturday, June 27, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)
Join us for a dynamic Haverim Lecture Series entitled, The Gospel According to Moses.
Schedule: Saturday, June 27, 2015
9:00-10:15 Session One:
Faith, Hope and Love in the Hebrew Bible - Exploring Second Temple Period Jewish concepts of faith and acts of lovingkindness with an aim to understand the outlook of Jewish people prior to John the Baptist.
10:30-11:30 Session Two:
Messianic Expectations of the 1st Century - Examining some of the early Jewish literature and oral traditions surrounding the nature of the coming Messiah.
11:45-1:00 Session Three:
Heartbeat of the Torah, Holiness and the Language of Love in Leviticus - Gaining an appreciaton for the undervalued book of Leviticus in discovering its language, themes and intentions.
This event is free and open to the public—sponsored by JC Studies and hosted by Church of the Messiah.* Because seating is limited, registration is required. Reserve your tickets above.
* You are cordially invited to join the Church of the Messiah gathering on the same night (same facility) at 5:30PM, featuring a special teaching by today’s guest, Rev. Aaron Eime.
JC Studies is privileged to present Rev. Aaron Eime, a gifted Bible teacher living and ministering in Jerusalem, Israel.
Deacon of Christ Church in the Old City of Jerusalem, the oldest Protestant presence in the Middle East, Rev. Eime also directs the Heritage Centre there, which preserves the unique history and influence of the Protestant arrival into the Middle East in the 19th Century. An international Bible teacher exploring the Hebraic Roots of the Christian Faith, he leads a team of Jewish Christians in sharing their faith in Jesus the Messiah to local Israelis.
Originally from Australia, Aaron and his family have lived in Jerusalem for several years. He studied Psychology and Sociology at Queensland University in Australia. Aaron holds a Master’s Degree in Jewish Civilization from the Hebrew University in Israel, with a major in Early Jewish and Christian Interpretation of the Bible.
This event is free and open to the public—sponsored by JC Studies and hosted by Church of the Messiah. Because seating is limited, registration is required. Reserve your tickets above.
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JC Studies (The Center for Judaic-Christian Studies)
We're glad you're considering joining this gathering of learners; it will be worth your time. Here’s a bit more about us:
Founded over thirty years ago by Dwight A. Pryor, JC Studies is an evangelical, non-profit teaching ministry with a passion for acclimating Christians to the life and times of Jesus. Through our educational events leading scholars share their expertise in the language, culture, and literature of Israel to shed light on Jesus and the early church—helping you grasp God’s Word more fully so that you can know Him more intimately.