The Stories of the Jewish Christ: Jewish Gospels
To read the New Testament as a Jewish text one must be familiar with the techniques of Jewish literary traditions. This mini-course challenges students to consider the New Testament as a text communicating genuinely Jewish thoughts and ideas using Jewish linguistic expressions.
Consider the thought-language of the gospels in light of Hebraisms and Aramaisms. Explore the Jewish mystical and apocalyptic ideas of the Second Temple era as a foundation of diverse Jewish thought about God’s nature. Trace the New Testament ideas about God’s abode and Messiah that predate the first century. Enroll now to continue this exciting journey!
“I think some courses should be compulsory for all IBC students and this is one of them. Too deep. It feels like you are trying to swim in the ocean deep. There’s so much to learn. Thank you for all the time spent preparing these lectures. We need more.” – Michael Cyrus Turkson
“For those who may not have studied the course mentioned here, I found it to be both informative and fascinating. I would highly recommend it.” – Joan Marriott
“Very eye-opening. Wonderful rediscovery of ancient Judaic beliefs that are now largely normative in Christian theology. Many thanks, Professors.” – Enoch Ofori
- Sessions 18
- Duration 6h 16mins
- Language English
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