Julia Blum
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Julia Blum
"Up to now I have had excellent teachers. My classmates have been very supportive and the atmosphere has been very good. Not always easy but with the right commitment everybody can do it. Good lecture notes and slides and the quality of the software that is used is good."
"I like Ross's way of teaching, incorporating class member questions and opinions during class. Also we do not have anyone who wants to go on and on, as I did in the last class I took. "
"After studying biblical Hebrew extensively through e-teacher, it has been a delight sitting under the tutelage of Julia Blum as she expertly weaves the tapestry of the nuances behind the Hebrew concepts that are totally 'lost in translation' outside of the original language. Not only are these nuances astonishingly rich, they are supernaturally charged like no other language on earth. It is truly a 'holy' - separated, unlike any other!. I can't begin to express how much fun I am having in this course and I encourage everyone to start with the Biblical Hebrew courses so they, too, can dig deep and not miss the true meaning behind so much of the biblical text that is totally lost if you don't have the resources to uncover them. Kudos to e-teacher for preparing this wonderful course and finding such a brilliant instructor!"

Julia Blum

Professor (Discovering Hebrew Bible/Jewish Background of New Testament)

A Few Words About Me

“For the LORD gives wisdom, and from his mouth come knowledge and understanding.”

Julia is a teacher and a writer. She teaches two biblical courses at the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies, “Discovering the Hebrew Bible” and “Jewish Background of the New Testament”, and writes Hebrew insights for these courses. Julia lives with her family in a small town, Mevasseret Zion, next to Jerusalem. The name of the town comes from the book of Isaiah (Isa 40:9) and means:  “Bringing Good News to Zion”.


Julia holds an MA degree. She studied in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (religious studies), Tallinn Institute of Philosophy and History (Estonia),  and Tartu University ( Estonia).  She teaches and writes about early Christian studies, the Jewish background  of the  New Testament, and incorporating Hebrew insights into study of the Bible.

Professional Experience

Julia is an author of several books on biblical topics.  She had been teaching in the Israel College of the Bible in Jerusalem and is often invited to speak at various conferences. Julia writes Torah Portion commentaries for different sites, and has been doing Torah weekly lessons at Netiviah radio.