|Units by Discipline|
|Total Units||Price per unit||Bible Exposition||Intercultural Studies||Languages||Philosophy||Practical Ministry||Research / Christian Education||Spiritual Formation||Theology||Electives|
The emphasis in Messianic Jewish Studies, offered at the New York City extension, provides training and preparation for a variety of professional ministries that serve the Jewish community in roles such as Messianic congregational leader, outreach, missions worker, or educator. Includes opportunities for specialized study of the Bible and theological reflection with a focus on aspects of Jewish studies. Enrollment in emphasis-specific courses is limited to students admitted to Messianic Jewish Studies emphasis.
As a result of this program, the student will:
- Master the Hebrew language.
- Develop competency in Hebrew exegesis.
- Incorporate an understanding of Rabbinic thought and Old Testament Law in course studies and discipleship.
- Employ knowledge of Jewish culture and values effectively in diverse ministry situations.
- Develop skills of ministry specifically appropriate for the Jewish community, including the following proficiencies:
- Students will be skilled in using Jewish liturgy in Messianic worship and practice (holidays, funerals, marriages, rites of passage, and music).
- Students will speak and write with understanding about Jewish backgrounds of the Christian faith.
- Students will be able to prepare biblical messages appropriate for the Messianic Jewish community.
- Students will provide biblical pastoral counsel for the unique needs of the Messianic Jewish community.
- As a result of personal experience, students will be able to describe the significance of modern Israel in the Jewish community.
Note: students in this concentration do not take OT 705 or SF 504.
|BE 517||Hermeneutics/Bible Study Methods||3|
|HT 505||Patristic/Medieval Theology||3|
|NT 503||Introduction to Exegesis||3|
|PT 591||Introduction to field Education||1|
|TH 511||Theology I - Revelation & Nature of God||3|
|SF 501||Introduction to Spiritual Theology & Formation||3|
|SS 510||Theological Research Method||1|
|BE 519||Survey of Genesis-Malachi||3|
|HT 506||Reformation, Modern Theology||3|
|NT 604||Exegesis in the Gospels||3|
|TH 512||Theology II - Works of God, Angels, Man...||3|
|TH 622||Theology of the Siddur||3|
|PT 592||Field Education||0|
|SF 503||Personal Foundation of Spiritual Formation||3|
|BE 520||Survey of Matthew-Revelation||3|
|NT 605||Exegesis in the Epistles & Acts||3|
|OT 603||Elements of Hebrew I||3|
|PT 609||Expository Preaching||3|
|TH 613||Theology III - Christ, Salvation, & the Spirit||3|
|TH 620||Rabbinic Theology||3|
|PT 691||Field Education||0|
|OT 604||Elements of Hebrew II||3|
|OT 613||Rabbinic Literature - Readings in Mishnah & Talmud||3|
|PT 510||Evangelism and Follow-up||3|
|PT 602||Pastoral Ministry||3|
|PT 692||Field Education||0|
|BE 726||Exposition Methodology in Daniel, Revelation||3|
|HT 604||Jewish History||3|
|NT 701||The World of the New Testament||2|
|OT 607||Hebrew Exegesis I-Torah||3|
|PT 707||Foundations of Past. Care & Counseling||2|
|PT 791||Field Internship||0|
|PT 723||Integration in Jewish Studies||3|
|OT 608||Hebrew Exeg. II-Neviim & Ketuvim||3|
|PT 610||Contemporary Biblical Preaching||3|
|PT 712||Ethics of the Fathers||2|
|PT 730||Biblical Leadership & Management||3|
|PT 792||Field Internship||0|
|TH 614||Theology IV - The Church & Last Things||3|