News: Jewish Studies For Christians Will Go Multilingual In 2014 (a Request From Dr. Eli)

135359622As a first project in 2014, we are beginning the work of localization of Jewish Studies for Christians into different languages of the world. We have invested into a program/plug in that will allow us to delegate managing and translations of articles/posts to various volunteers in our study group.

If you are able and willing to translate materials from English into any major language of the world, please, let me know! Just leave a comment to this post and I will get back with you when we are ready to get going.

It will work like this: You will translate an article/post that you like, send it to us in your language and we will place it on the site for others to see and benefit from it.


Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg


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  1. Ann Randall

    Dear Dr E.Lizorkin-Eyzenberg, if you still need someone to translate into german, I gladly help out.

  2. Julia Mantiri

    I can translate from English into Indonesian

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      Than you, Julia! Dr. Eli

  3. Jane Neal

    Dear Dr Eli

    I am available to translate from English into French. I spent two years working and living in Geneva.

    Jane Neal

  4. Glenn

    Dr. Eli,
    I wrote you to his e-mail before. I’m willing to colaborate translations from English to Spanish.
    Thanks for invitation,

  5. Pablo Gonzalez

    Dr. Eli, I want to encourage this effort of some of you “Ioudim” (iechudim) that are bringing in to the reading of the Scriptures, the jewishness of them, including Jesus and his disciples.
    You´ll see cheerfull fruit for a lot of us.
    It may be like “springs running in the wilderness” for many.

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      Thanks, Pablo. Your note sounds like it was made through google translate, but I do understand its basic idea! So thank you very very much. Dr. Eli