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Elazar Brandt

Elazar Brandt

B.A. in Religion and Music, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, Texas
M.Div, Fuller Theological Seminary
Graduate Studies in Hebrew Language and Literature, University of Texas, Austin
Graduate Studies in Biblical and Jewish Literature, The Graduate Consortium at Columbia University, Jewish Theological Seminary and Union Theological Seminary

Adjunct Professor: “Introduction to Rabbinic Literature” Fuller Seminary, 1983-1989
Lecturer in Bible and Judaica: HaMidrasha l’Haskalah, Jerusalem, 2001-2006
Lecturer in Jewish Literature: Israel College of the Bible, 2001-2002
Biblical Hebrew Advisor: World Bible Translation Center, Ft Worth, Texas and Bangalore, India, 2000-2008
Lecturer in Biblical and Rabbinic Literature, Bram Center, Jerusalem, 2017-2019
Lecturer on Biblical and Jewish subjects at congregations, churches and conferences in the USA, Holland, Russia, Hungary, and Australia

Elazar has been an educator and writer on Biblical and Judaica subjects for more than 40 years. Since 1996 he has lived in Jerusalem and enjoys exploring and photographing the Land of Israel with his wife Krina, who is a tour guide. He plays a variety of musical instruments, and is the founder of the Doctor Jazz Dixieland Band, performing throughout Israel. He enjoys cooking and building theatrical sets for a Jerusalem-based community theater company, occasionally also appearing in their productions on the stage.

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