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Thank you for following me on Jewish Studies for Christians.

As the first post in this new year I wanted to give you a little tour of the Jewish Studies for Christians site, so that you can see how its logic works and how it can best benefit you.

First section on the main page are the featured materials. Sometimes these are articles by me, while other times by others. They stay there for a limited time.

banners_infoSecond most important section is the collection of articles by leading scholars in the field that partner with Jewish Studies for Christians. You can see them listed on the right.

In the top menu you will several categories. One of them is very important. It is called public library. I host there excellent scholarly articles for your enjoyment. There are several others too. You can read about me, go into excellent archives, etc.

menu_infoYou can explore a large collection of Biblical Hebrew Insights. You will love use them for your devotions each morning. By the way most what I write is a scholarly content that can be used devotionally as well.

One of the great things about Jewish Studies for Christians is that you can interact with other Christ-followers around the globe and explore with them any that is relevant for Christians in connection to the Jewish Studies. So, our comments system to every article is easy to use and once you begin to comment you will enjoy it a lot.

misc_infoOne last but very important point: this site is also available in Spanish and Portuguese languages. (You can click on the top left to change the language).

If you want to invite your friend to the Jewish Studies for Christians you can simply add their name and email to the “follow the blog” box.

Welcome and enjoy!

 

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Dr. Eli Lizorkin-EyzenbergTo secure your spot in our new course “The Jewish Background of New Testament” - CLICK HERE NOW

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  1. Evangelist Rick J. Musick

    I look forward to learning and shareing .
    Thank you!

  2. Yvonne Schaber

    Dr. Eli, many blessings to you! As my Jewish Grandmother would always say, ‘Travels of Milk and Honey’! Amen

  3. Catherine poggi

    Toda raba

  4. Cris Angel

    I’m a current student of Biblical Hebrew looking for more understanding and knowledge.

  5. Donta McGilvery

    Thank you for sharing so much wisdom filed insights!

  6. Deborah Lee

    Thank you so much!

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      You are most welcome, Deborah!

  7. Dereje Sahile

    Thank you Dear Dr. Eli; I am always interesting on your teaching areas and presentation to motivate in the field of Biblical language, history and related area of fields.

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      You are most welcome. This is so wonderful to hear! Let’s keep it up.

  8. Marcia New

    Dr. Eli, I always enjoy your insight and inspirational thoughts. Thank you for helping us all learn more about Jesus and the culture in which He lived and taught.

  9. bruce Hal Miner

    AS I KNEW PERSON, I LOOK FORWARD TO MORE WONDERFUL INSIGHTS INTO UNDERSTANDING JUST HOW VERY JEWISH THE “N.T.” IS.
    FIRST EXPERIENCE – MARK 7 — XLNT,