The Word of the Lord in the Future of Hebraic Christian Education

Beit Midrash for calendar_month April 2024

Some may think that teaching the Word of the Lord from Jerusalem is a novel idea! But, in truth, such a vision is anything but novel. As a matter of fact, it is profoundly old, dating back thousands of years to the days of the patriarchs, prophets, priests, kings, and sages of Israel—the people, the nation, and the land of the Bible. God himself has even established the fact that the “Word of the Lord will go out from Jerusalem” (Isaiah 2:3).

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