Messianic Studies - Hebraic Roots

This course serves the Messianic Movement and the wider public by providing education for those seeking an in-depth understanding of Hebraic Roots in the context of Jewish history and spirituality. Words convey meanings and meanings will vary depending on the culture that you associate with it. In first century Israel, what did words mean to the Jews who heard them first-hand? How did they understand their meanings? Today, in many religious circles, people define these terms according to their understanding based upon the culture that we live today. This causes people to make serious mistakes in terms of how they interpret the Scriptures. In this course, we are looking at some of the most common terms/concepts/practices associated with our faith today and define them using the Hebrew Scriptures that the Jews used in the first century so that we can get a better understanding of what they really mean. An excellent course if your passion is teaching.

Messianic Ministry

Messianic Ministry is part of Messianic Studies, which differs from mainstream Christianity and from Judaism, by combining elements of each into a single faith. Like other Christian groups, its adherents believe that Y‘shua of Nazareth is the resurrected Messiah and the Divine Saviour. This programme adds to this some observance of Jewish Law (Torah) as well as the customs and traditions of Jewish life (Halachah), which is not generally practiced (and often discouraged) in conventional Christian Churches. These observances include observing the Sabbath from Friday sundown until Saturday sundown, abstaining from pork, shellfish, and other foods forbidden by Jewish Law; and the observance of Jewish holidays and Halachah. This programme is committed to Y‘shua the Messiah that embraces the covenantal responsibility of practical Jewish life and identity rooted in Torah, expressed in tradition, and renewed and applied in the context of the New Covenant." An excellent programme that promotes the practice of being authentically Torah-observant and culturally Jewish. This field of study will allow a Candidate to apply for being ordained as a Messianic Torah Teacher or as a Rabbi. The Messianic Torah Teacher Ordination Year is provided through HRI (Hebraic Roots Institute) as a 5th Year Ordination Course. The Rabbi ordination however has more additional pre-requisites from HRI (Hebraic Restoration Institute)


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