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Jerusalem Seminary’s Course Catalog

With great joy and with gratefulness we are pleased to announce Jerusalem Seminary’s first ever open-registration online courses!  


These life-changing JS courses make use of unique material from the Bible and the Land of the Bible and a mature Hebraic perspective. We are offering these inaugural courses at a reduced fee. 


Please feel free to browse our course catalog and enroll!  Or share with friends who may also enjoy JS live courses!

The JS Course Catalog below has further details of the March-June 2021 courses, but here is a quick summary:
  • The Gospel of Matthew in its First-Century Jewish Context: Fridays at 9:00-10:30 AM Eastern Time (4:00PM Jerusalem Time) starting March 5, 2021 for 15 weeks.
  • Nature and Landscape in the Bible: Tuesdays, 9:00-10:30AM Eastern Time (4:00 PM Jerusalem time) starting March 2, 2021 for 15 weeks. 
  • Beginner’s Spoken Biblical Hebrew: Mondays 9:00-11:00AM, Eastern Time (4:00-6:00 PM Jerusalem Time) and Wednesdays: 9:00-10:00 AM Eastern Time (4:00-5:00 PM Jerusalem Time) for 14 weeks, starting March1, 2021.
  • Early Christian Worship in Its Jewish Context:  Please note, now starting September 2021.

School of the Bible Courses

SB BIB 404: The Gospel of Matthew in its First Century Jewish Context

Starting March 5th, 2021
In this course the historical, cultural, geographical and theological setting of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew is explored with a special emphasis on the reversal of the Curse of Exile and the Restoration of Israel.

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SB GEO 204: Nature and Landscape in the Bible

Starting March 2nd, 2021
The biblical agricultural world reveals many surprising and significant faith lessons and this class supplies the requisite agricultural and zoological context.

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School of Hebrew Courses


SH HEB 101: Beginners Biblical Hebrew

Starting March 1st, 2021
Learning to speak, read and write Biblical Hebrew, while becoming familiar with basic vocabulary, and learning to recognize morphology and syntactic forms and structures. Thus starting to internalize the Hebrew language.

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School of Graduate Studies Courses

The commencement of these courses are planned for September 2021

Early Christian Worship in its Jewish Context

In this course we will unpack what is known of first-century Jewish Temple and synagogue music and liturgy, and trace it forward to the earliest prayers and orders of the worship of the Christian Church.

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Jesus in the Land of the Bible

Students will learn to read the Gospels afresh through the prism of a first-century Jewish lens, deepening their understanding of Jesus and his world.

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Land Based Homiletics and Bible Teaching

This course intends to guide and help students develop their approach to biblical teaching after physically experiencing the Land of the Bible.

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Life and Land of the Bible – Archeology, Geography, History, Flora and Fauna

A grand survey of the physical attributes of the Land, this course will uniquely equip students with the ability to connect what is seen in the field to what is read in the Bible.

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Jerusalem Seminary (JS) courses are engagingly academic and taught by experts in their field living in Israel. While JS’ courses are not externally accredited, they can be taken for internal JS credit. Any internal JS credit will accrue and at a later time would hopefully, through articulation agreements and accreditation bodies, receive official accreditation; a process that JS is beginning.

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