Category Archives: Education

Rabbi Kinbar on “Four Generations” and Discipleship

This is what we who follow Yeshua need to be about: http://mj-learning.blogspot.com/2011/03/four-generations.html

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Learning, MJ Style

Lots of new and relatively new learning centers are making a bright future for Messianic Judaism and Judeo-Christians. I will list here some of the great learning resources, some new and others not-so-new, that are out there. I also want … Continue reading

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Seminars This Summer

We don’t have dates yet, but we’re planning two big seminars this summer in the Atlanta area (Roswell to be exact). Tikvat David just got the lease today on a new facility for classes, worship, and the beginnings of a … Continue reading

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PODCAST: Gospel Knowledge – Yeshua in Context

I start with some thoughts about principles for a more accurate reading experience in the gospels. Then I share some (not all) of the questions from a “Gospel Proficiency Test” I posted today at YeshuaInContext.com Shouldn’t the gospels become so … Continue reading

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Exam: The Gospel Proficiency Test

How well would you do in a test of your knowledge of the gospels in English? No tricks. No requirement of knowledge of commentaries or historical dictionaries or anything. This could be a good spiritual experience for you. You can … Continue reading

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It’s Happening! Sandy Springs, Georgia.

We’re in the final stage of acquiring a lease on property in Sandy Springs (central, easy to get to from all over Atlanta). The Tikvat David Community Learning Center will launch classes April 2011 in Hebrew and will add classes … Continue reading

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In Atlanta? We’re One Step Closer . . .

. . . to being a Community Learning Center in Atlanta. We just got word that a facility in Sandy Springs might work out after all and we are likely to be in there before April and ready to start … Continue reading

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More time to listen than read?

I have a guest post on Yeshua in Context today by Brian Richie, a friend in California. This is a response by a busy working man to my podcast and essay from last week, “The Joy of Reading.” Brian explains … Continue reading

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Set Blog-Readers to “Add”

Okay, not quit the Trekkie pun I’d hoped for (“set phasers to stun”). But Rabbi Carl Kinbar has a new blog. And while Midrash Etc. was on the academic side, his new MJ-Learning Blog will be on the educational side. … Continue reading

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Near Atlanta? Interested in Classes?

Starting April 2011, local community classes at the Tikvat David Learning Center. Plus a summer seminar with guest musicians and speakers. Click here for info.

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A Study Life for Busy People

So, you’re busy. You work 50-60 hours per week (I know, some more), you have 2.1 kids and a dog, you have to keep up with House, CSI, Smallville, or whatever (no condemnation, I watch them with gusto). Oh yeah, … Continue reading

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Patience in Torah (Bible) Study

I had an experience this morning, returning to something I had laid aside long ago, that brought this topic to mind. To make a long story short, recently I dug my Keil-Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament out of its … Continue reading

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Overcoming Learning Paralysis

Learning. We all, like Tevye in that scene in Fiddler on the Roof, romanticize the possibility of becoming learned, of engaging in some regular, daily bliss of study. Why do so few succeed? The Paralysis of Too Many Choices Being … Continue reading

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J-BOM: A Summer of Jewish Fiction

J-BOM means “Jewish Book of the Month.” And Messianic Jews all over are reading together, a communal experience of Jewish literature and history which strengthens our bond, increases our understanding, and gives us shared experience in the great big world … Continue reading

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Review of a Book and Thoughts on Learning Hebrew

My first Hebrew class was in 1990 or 1991. I was at a Bible college in Chicago. The first day of class we got the syllabus, opened our textbook (Choon-Long Seow’s A Grammar For Biblical Hebrew). The professor went over … Continue reading

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Educate Yourself 102

In mid-August I wrote “Educate Yourself 101” which you may read here. In that post I suggested that if everyone who desires to know God would read their Bibles consistently and in the order of the Biblical story the education … Continue reading

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Educate Yourself 101

Education is changing. It is becoming more accessible to more people. At the same time, standards for what is good and bad education or information are going down. As there is more access to information, there is also, sadly, more … Continue reading

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