The Jewish Background Of The New Testament Course (feb. 2014)



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  1. Dael Hedgcock

    I am interested in your course, please let me know the price and I will consider. I have already enrolled in 2 Hebrew classed online and not kept to them which has been costly.

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      It should be known in few weeks.

  2. Resi

    Hello, Dr. Eli, I am most interested in the course starting in February. My problem is that I am already attending Conversational Hebrew 2 and Biblical Hebrew A. I’m afraid it would be too much load for the mind and sure that it will be too much effort for my purse. Is there any hope that you will be offering the texts also later, so that whoever, like myself, is interested but already overstretched at present, can buy them later, at their economical convenience? I live in Italy, where taxes take away more than 75% of our income.
    Anyway, thank you for the splendid activities you’re carrying on!

  3. Alex Fisher

    This sounds like something I’d really like to do. I’ve spent the last several years at the University of Queensland, studying a Bachelor of Arts, with my focus on the Studies in Religion stream. Unfortunately, there is no Jewish content (there even seems to be an ant-Jewish bias in the School).

    I’ve completed Level Aleph through eTeacher Biblical, and learned quite a lot about Orthodox Judaism as currently practised. But I want more! I want to gain some understanding of the differences between current Rabbinic Judaism and the Judaism of the Second Temple period. This seems to fit my needs.

    Only problem is, I may not be able to participate, as I’m on a government pension (I’n 66, will be 67 by the time this starts), so I probably won’t be able to afford it. Oh well, if it be G-d’s will that I study this, something will turn up. I’d also like to continue with the Hebrew, but the same problems there too. 🙁

    1. Paula Maybery

      Hello Dr. Eli… I would love to be part of this course in February. I have done A and B Biblical Hebrew, wanted to do C it was too expensive this year. Like so many people in the group I love being a part of like minded people searching for our roots in yeshua. It will depend how much it will costs hopefully we will find out soon. I am sure it is going to be a fabulous time of learning and as always Gods blessing be with you…paula maybery.

      1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

        Paula, while I don’t yet know for sure about the price that eTeacherBiblical will assign to it. I am confident it will be 50% less expensive than current Biblical Hebrew course of any level. Dr. Eli

  4. Linda Fentner

    Dr. Eli, Does this mean you are no longer having a free Study Group? I am already taking Biblical Hebrew and I am not at liberty to spend anymore for additional classes at this time. I do not want to go into specifics here but could personally at another time. I love this group and sorry to lose it.
    Toda raba for all the lessons so far. Let me know about all future adventures.

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      Linda, what you had here on this blog will continue free of charge! The new course via video conferencing will have a tuition.

      1. Linda Fentner

        I am so glad , toda raba for keeping the blog. When my finances are in good standing I will be able to take your class with Eteacher. I really do so much with them now!
        Have a Happy Chanukka! Baruch atah, Adonai Elheinu.

  5. Keziah Gyang

    I will like to enrol

  6. Dolores Luthi

    After reading all the comments, I am all the more interested. I really want to immerse myself into the Judeo-christian culture, and as a believer in Yeshua, I am eager to learn more and be completely rooted in Him especially since our world has gotten to be so anti-God and anti-semitic.

  7. Kusam

    Thanks for the information of the study. I think it will be valuable for my own study. I like to enroll in this course.

  8. Stephen Raftery

    I would be interested in knowing more.
    I am a gentile believer in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and I would be fascinated to learn more of the Jewish origins of my faith