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Besorah Institute Events

This telecast is set to air Sunday, June 2nd 2024 / 7 PM ET
Dr. Jennifer Rosner

Jen Rosner, PhD, is senior adjunct professor of theology at Azusa Pacific University, and also serves on the faculty of Fuller Theological Seminary, Messianic Jewish Theological Institute and The King's University.

Her areas of expertise are contemporary Jewish-Christian relations, Judaism and systematic theology.

After spending two years living in Jerusalem, Israel, Rosner currently resides in Lake Tahoe with her family. Rosner's doctoral dissertation, Healing the Schism: Barth, Rosenzweig and the New Jewish-Christian Encounter, was published by Fortress Press in 2015.

She also edited Mark Kinzer's book, Israel's Messiah and the People of God (Cascade, 2011).

She has published articles and presented numerous conference papers on Jewish-Christian relations, Messianic Judaism, Karl Barth, Franz Rosenzweig and other related topics.

 

https://www.apu.edu/theology/faculty/jrosner/  

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Besorah Institute for Judaic-Christian Studies & Biblical Research 

Answering the call to create an educational research ministry, a small group of believers in Yeshua (Jesus) established Besorah Institute in 2017.  Besorah Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.   

https://besorahinstitute.org

- The Hebrew word “Besorah” means “the good news!” 

- Besorah offers two certificate programs at this time in lay ministry and Biblical research.  All classes are presented from a Judaic-Christian perspective.  The Institute also offers seminars, webinars, and other educational events and opportunities.   

- The vision and mission are one and the same. “. . . To help increase understanding among the members of the Body of Christ (The Church) of their Jewish roots, to train individuals for lay ministry to share the Gospel message with non-believers from a Judaic-Christian perspective, and to add to the literature on Biblical research.”   

- Donations to the Institute help make it possible to offer some online events for free.  To help support these and other events, go to “Donating to the Institute” on the home page of our website.  Besorahinstitute.org           

https://besorahinstitute.org/donating-to-the-institute 

 

To contact the Institute, e-mail us at contact@besorahinstitute.org 

or write to us at:

PO Box 278

Twinsburg, Ohio 44087

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