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​라이브 코스

History of Jewish Christian Relations

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Academic Credit Hours

September 28 – December 21, 2022

Wednesdays, 4 – 7 PM GMT+3 (Israel Time)

​비학점 또는 석사 학위 레벨

Language: English

코스 수업료

For Personal Enrichment  – 

$249 USD

For Academic Credit  – 

$750 USD

For DTS students -

(please provide valid student ID#)

 *These fees do not include required textbooks

**Payment is non-refundable


데이비드 미쉬킨 교수 (Dr. David Mishkin)

데이비드 미쉬킨 박사는 유대교와 기독교 간의 관계와 관련된 성서 및 종교 연구로 박사학위를 받았다. 미쉬킨 박사는 이스라엘성서대학(ICB)의 교수로 일하고 있으며 The Wisdom of Alfred Edersheim과 Rabbi and Redeemer : Discovering Yeshua in the Gospel of John 등 여러 권의 학술 서적과 논문을 발표했다. 또한 A Handbook on the Jewish Roots of the Christian Faith의 공동 편집자이기도 하다.

History of Jewish Christian Relations

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Course Description

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 relationship between these two groups.

Course Structure

The lessons will be held through a Zoom format, consisting of lectures and interactive discussions between all participants. All together there will be 10 three hour (with breaks) Live zoom lectures.Recordings will be available to registered students to watch multiple times during the time of the course and for six weeks after it ends. It won’t be possible to download video lectures to personal PC.

We cannot ensure the quality of zoom recordings should technical failures occur. We also cannot gurantee that all parts will be recorded. Therefore, it is NOT possible to register for recordings only. Students need to participate in all live lectures.

Course Goals

  1. Present the origins and a historical overview of the two groups and their relationship to one another.

  2. Examine the factors that lead to such widely divergent theological systems.

  3. Discuss the practical implications of these historical and theological issues.

Learning Outcome

  1. The student will recognize and evaluate the historical events and theological beliefs that have caused controversy between these two groups

  2. The student will integrate and decipher the modern schism between the two groups based on historical analysis.

  3. The student will appreciate God’s promises and faithfulness in spite of humanity’s sin.

Course Dates and Topics

Sep 28

God’s plan for Israel and the nations in TNK

Oct 5

Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) in Israel, no class

Oct 12

Feast of Tabernacles, no class

Oct 19

Replacement Theology

Oct 26

Jews and Judaism in the NT

Nov 2

Parting of the Ways: Rabbinic Judaism

Nov 9

Church Fathers and the Jews

Nov 16

Middle Ages Part 1

Nov 23

Thanksgiving Holiday Break at DTS, no class

Nov 30

Middle Ages Part 2

Dec 7

Protestant Reformation / The Modern World

Dec 14

Theological Issues

Dec 21

Contemporary Issues

Required Textbooks

  1. Chrysostom, John, Homilies Against the Jews

  2. Martin Luther,On Jews

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