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Genesis 49:10 The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor the ruler's staff from between his feet, until Shiloh comes; and to Him shall be the obedience of the people. (NKJ)
The Judaic Studies Institute is announcing our NEW Introduction to Hebrew Class!
Introduction to Hebrew: The quickest way to master Hebrew basics is to immerse yourself in the alef bet, sounds and rhythms of the language. In the introduction to Hebrew course students will gain a rudimentary understanding of grammar and usage. Students will gain the ability to write, identify, and pronounce the Hebrew alef bet, and they will learn how to use the nikkud. They will also learn traditional Hebrew blessings, prayers, and commonly used words and/or phrases. Textbook: No Textbook Required. Various sources will be provided.
Target Start Date: June 6th, Sunday at 3:00 PM Orientation Session.
Instructor: Professor Michelle Johns
Cost: $75 for Class
Students: Must complete enrollment form and pay in full to start class
Classes: Students can attend live classes or opt to do self-study with PowerPoints and Audio; Live class is 6 – 8 weeks and is a prerequisite to taking the advanced Hebrew Class to be offered.
Upon successful completion of the class which includes attendance and completed assignments you will be awarded an approved Certificate from the Judaic Studies Institute.
If you are interested, please complete the attached enrollment form and email back RabbinDMM@comcast.net for class registration. You will then receive an invoice for the $75 due for the class which can be paid via PayPal on the JSI Website. Please indicate this is for the Intro to Hebrew Class. Upon receipt of enrollment form, you will be assigned a student ID which will be your student number. We will then add you to the Intro to Hebrew class list so you can receive the weekly Zoom links for each class from Professor Michelle Johns.
Please email Rabbin/Dr. Deborah Brandt with any questions at RabbinDMM@comcast.net.
Thank you for the privilege of being a part of your Class regarding The Didache and the First Century Church. I learned what the Apostles taught in context with Scriptures. This study shows that the early Gentiles were encouraged to be a part of Torah observance and how to live according to Torah. I continue to hunger for more truth as given via the Judaic Studies Institute. It is a delight to be taught by Rabbin/Dr. Deborah Brandt.
The Didache Study class was an excellent class and I highly recommend it. I feel I gained more knowledge and understanding of the early Jewish believer-Gentile community and how Gentiles were taught “The Way of Life”.
Class notes that were provided for each session were an added bonus! The information provided in these notes offered a structural and organized review of each chapter which can be used as a reference to recall main points in the chapters. They also provided additional information not covered in the chapters which only enhanced my understanding.
Dr. Deborah Brandt is an exceptional teacher who is always willing, and prepared, to answer all your questions. Her knowledge and years of experience and study is evident and her desire to ensure that all her students understand the materials is authentic.
Ruth Cruz – JSI Alumna
The Rabbi's at JSI have a wealth of knowledge that is ready to be consumed. They are truly anointed and led by the Holy Spirit. In my time at JSI, I was able to turn what I had been learning for fifteen years into a formal education. I enjoyed the information that I encountered at JSI because it was new, familiar, and spiritually refreshing.
Michelle Johns – JSI Alumna