Prof Sedeca is a Jewish believer in Yeshua and serves as the Vice President of Chosen People Ministries in the USA, Celebrate Messiah’s partner ministry. He has a wealth of experience and is highly qualified, both as a minister of the Gospel amongst Jewish people, and as a professor in Biblical studies and archeology. Prof David is currently teaching at several prestigious Universities including the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (for more information about Prof David, please see his bio).
This course aims to present the reliability of the Bible by considering the historicity of the narratives, the archaeological evidence that supports the biblical narratives, and the fidelity in the transmission of the texts.
The beliefs of Messianic Jews and Christians, in general, are based on the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) and the New Covenant (Brit Hadasha). Therefore, it is paramount to have general knowledge of the principles of this belief based on biblical and external evidence arising from archaeological findings. This course will discuss the principles of Biblical Archaeology and its application to biblical studies and will equip the student with a better understanding of the reliability of the Scriptures and confidence in speaking about this to others.
Likewise, to understand the New Testament, there has to be an understanding of the Intertestamental Period. Therefore, there will be a study of the birth and development of Judaism during the Intertestamental Period, from the end of Malachi to the beginning of the ministry of John, the forerunner of the Messiah, a period of 400 years.
The Reliability of the Scriptures:
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Teacher: David Sedaca
- Upon purchase, the student will receive access to the course page on Moodle.
- This course was originally taught on Zoom with sessions recorded.
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