Torah and Messianic Application
The purpose of this course is to provide a concise overview of the Torah. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to understand the covenant structure of the first five books of the Bible, distinguish different categories of Law, and apply the Torah in the New Covenant order. As a result of this study, students will appreciate the superiority of the Torah to other cultures of the time. The course begins with an overview of the covenant structure, beginning with Genesis as a background for Mosaic covenant material, as well as its expression in Exodus, Deuteronomy, Leviticus, Numbers, and its application in the New Covenant. Specific teachings on both Universal and Jewish specific law follow, including accommodations such as polygamy and slavery.
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Torah and Messianic Application 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.