Nevi'im: The Prophets
This course offers a brief introduction to the history, practices, and ideas of a system of religious thought called “Judaism.” Initially headquartered in and around the Judean capital of “Jerusalem,” the Judean-based, Temple-based, monotheistic, sacrificial religion evolved—and continues to evolve—into a synagogue-based, non-sacrificial-based system, with houses of “Jewish” worship established in cities all over the world. What actually is Judaism? What is a Messianic form of Judaism, by association? What are the main ideas and practices, and who were/are the principal practitioners who have left their mark on the evolving religion? This brief course addresses these questions and more.
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Nevi'im: The Prophets Instructor
Rabbi Marty Waldman
Marty Waldman is the Senior Rabbi of Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue in Dallas, Texas. His calling into full-time service to the Messiah led him to obtain degrees from Dallas Bible College and the UMJC Yeshiva, who conferred upon him Smicha (Rabbinic ordination) as Rabbi. Marty is the son of Holocaust survivors, and grew up in a traditionally Jewish home. His spiritual search led him down many paths before he finally came to the Truth. Marty accepted Yeshua as his Messiah in January of 1975, and soon after was given the heart to share the gospel among his Jewish brethren. Marty and his wife Marleen have been involved with Jewish ministry for many years before planting Baruch HaShem Synagogue. They have three wonderful children and three grandchildren.