New Testament Survey and Interpretation
This course surveys the New Covenant literature from the context of its background of the Hebrew Bible, Second Temple Judaism and the Greco Roman World. This understanding of the New Covenant Scriptures will be a foundation for theology and will give the participant a better understanding of how New Covenant literature forms the basis of the Messianic Jewish perspective. Additionally, participants will benefit from seeing how this biblical theology is applied in Jewish life both in Israel and in the Diaspora. In terms of content, the course focuses on interpreting the synoptic gospels in context with John, Acts, Paul, and the Pauline writings and Epistles.
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New Testament Survey and Interpretation Instructor
Rabbi Dan Juster
Daniel Juster, Professor B. A. Philosophy, Wheaton College; M. Div., McCormick Theological Seminary; Graduate Study (1969-1971), Trinity Ev. Divinity School; Th. D., New Covenant International Seminary. Dr. Juster was the leader of Adat HaTikvah in Chicago, 1972-1978; Beth Messiah Metro, Washington, D. C., 1978-2000; President and General Secretary of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations, 1979-1988; Director Tikkun International, 1984-present. Appointment as adjunct professor, Fuller Theological Seminary, TKS, and Messianic Jewish Bible Institute. Rabbi Juster is the author of several books. He lives half time in Israel.