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Bringing the Land of the Bible right to your desk via ZOOM!

In addition to online classes with pre-recorded video lectures, we are now offering ZOOM courses with LIVE interactive lectures and discussions. We offer you a unique opportunity to study with Israel College of the Bible right where you are!

You can gain qualifications which are internationally accredited, or you can choose to study for personal enrichment.

These classes meet once a week via zoom for a 3 hour lecture. All together there will be 10 three hour Live zoom lectures in each course. Recordings will be available to registered students.

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          UPCOMING FALL 2023 Zoom Classes:

           (Mondays, October 16 – December 18, 2023, 4-7 PM Israel time)

Historical Background of the New Testament (Zoom Course)

3 Academic Credit Hours (February 28 – May 16, 2023) - this course has ended Historical Background of the New Testament Course will be held via Zoom on Tuesdays , 4 – 7 PM Israel Time ZOOM COURSE Course Description This course is an introduction to the social, political, religious and cultural world of the Second Temple Period and the backgrounds of the New Testament. The course looks at…

Rashi and the Peshat Interpretation of the Bible (Zoom Course)

3 Academic Credit Hours (February 8 – May 10, 2023) this course has already ended Rashi and the Peshat Interpretation of the Bible Course will be held via Zoom on Wednesdays , 4 – 7 PM Israel Time ZOOM COURSE Course Description This course is going to focus on the works and motives of Rashi and his contemporaries. Rashi – Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki – lived in the 11th Century in France,…

Historical Background of the Old Testament (Zoom Course)

This course delves into the history, traditions, customs and religion of Israel and the surrounding nations during the period of the Tanakh (Old Testament). It will give the student a historical framework for the period of the Tanakh, and look at various aspects of government, society, economics and cult in the Ancient Near East, with a focus on shared and unique elements found in Israelite society.

History of Jewish Christian Relations (Zoom Course)

This course will provide the student with a general understanding of the relationship between Jews, Judaism and Christianity. We will discuss issues such as “Christian” anti-Semitism, Jewish views of Jesus (including the often neglected area of Jewish believers in Jesus), theological arguments regarding God's plan for Israel, and the historic decisions, trends and movements which have contributed to the modern…