Hebrew Book of Revelation

Course Description

What is the Book of Revelation trying to tell us? It’s no secret that the Book is shrouded in mysteries. It’s a mystic text and stands out from the rest of the New Testament in its use of poetic prose, with deeply vivid imagery related to a religious genre called Jewish Apocalyptic writing.

Covering the Book in great detail over 30 lessons, we will dispel the confusion associated with Revelation. You will finish the course with a deeper understanding of this profound Biblical work, as well as insight into its mysteries
Discover the secrets of the Book of Revelation by registering for our course now.

When do our courses start?
We have a few starting dates so you can choose the class that best suits your schedule. Our next class starts on Monday, February 13 at 12:00 PM. If you are interested in one of our classes click on the schedule below to start the registration process.

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Syllabus Summary

  1. Book of Revelation as Jewish Apocalypse

    An overview of several basic facts that must be kept in mind when reading the book of Revelation. What does it mean that the book belongs to the genre of Jewish Apocalyptic literature? How does the book of Revelation relate to other Israelite books in this category? This lecture focuses on Revelation as a letter to the seven assemblies in Roman Asia.

  2. Suffering and Victorious Jewish Messiah

    Revelation fuses Jewish ideas of the Suffering Messiah and Victorious Messiah into one image tied to Yeshua (Jesus). This lecture looks at the divine identity of the Alpha and Omega in its original Jewish setting. The discussion takes a fascinating detour in the usually unexplored part of the Jewish religious literature.

  3. The Day of the Lord: Sunday, Sabbath or something else?

    This session considers the language of the Lord’s Day in Revelation. Three possible interpretive options are considered: traditional Christian option of the Lord’s Day being the same as Sunday, the Lord’s Day being Sabbath Day (the day belonging to the Lord) and the Lord’s Day as the day of judgement that will take place in the future.

  4. Son of Man and Son of God in Ancient Judaism

    This session discusses the image of the Son of Man in Revelation the way John describes him with other Jewish traditions in biblical and extra-biblical literature. Exploring the powerful Judaic image of the “Son of Man” in connection to Jesus of Nazareth.

  5. First Love the Ephesians & Deeds of the Nicolaitans

  6. The Slander in Smyrna: What was the “Synagogue” of Satan"?

  7. The City of Pergamum and Satan’s Throne

  8. Jezebel of Thyatira & Jewish Anti-idolatry Polemic

  9. The Living Dead of Sardis & Struggles in Philadelphia

  10. Lukewarm Laodicea & Twenty-Four Elders

  11. God's Chariot Throne & Hebrew Scroll with Seven Seals

  12. The Lion of Judah & the Slain Lamb

  13. The Identity of 144,000 Israelites (Part I)

  14. The Identity of 144,000 Israelites (Part II)

  15. Making Sense of Two Witness (Part I)

  16. Making Sense of Two Witness (Part II)

  17. Identity of the Woman: Israel or Mary?

  18. Book of Daniel as Revelation’s Background (Part I)

  19. Book of Daniel as Revelation’s Background (Part II)

  20. The Two Beasts rising from the Sea

  21. The Final Harvest

  22. Seven Angels with Seven Plagues

  23. The Whore on the Scarlet Beast

  24. The Fall of Babylon: Rome's Destruction

  25. Seven Visions of the Last Things

  26. Messiah’s coming & Wedding invitation

  27. The Binding of Satan & The Millennial Reign

  28. The New Heaven, New Earth, New Jerusalem

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  • February 13, 2023 - 12:00pm | GMT+-6
  • February 13, 2023 - 5:00pm | GMT+-6
  • February 13, 2023 - 6:00pm | GMT+-6
  • February 14, 2023 - 6:00pm | GMT+-6
  • February 16, 2023 - 12:00pm | GMT+-6
  • March 21, 2023 - 11:00am | GMT+-6
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    • How does the course work?

      We teach live classes online: a teacher and a small group of students meet once a week through their home computer. We use video conference technology that allows live student-teacher interaction. You can fully participate in the lesson by using the microphone or the chat box.

    • What if I miss a lesson?

      Don’t worry all the live lessons are also recorded and available on demand. You can review them at any time.

    • What qualifications do your teachers have?

      All our teachers have a teaching certificate and are approved by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. They are all scholars from leading universities around the world, including the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Harvard and Durham University.

    • What is your cancellation policy?

      You may cancel your course up to 7 days after registration and get a full refund, unless your course has already started. To see our cancellation policy, click here.

      In case you have decided to cancel your participation please note that virtual classrooms, like any other classrooms, have limited capacity. Demand for our classes is high and late cancellation prevent other students from obtaining a spot in the upcoming semester.

       

      Students who wish to cancel their participation are entitled to a partial refund as seen below:

      • 100% Refund (0% of course tuition due): Up to 7 days from the date of your registration, unless your course has already started.
      • 75% Refund (25% of course tuition due): Cancellation prior to your 1st scheduled lesson.
      • 25% Refund (75% if course tuition due): Up to 30 days from your 1st scheduled lesson.
      • 0% Refund (100% of course tuition due): After 30 days from the 1st scheduled lesson.

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    • Class time zones – what time do your classes start?

      We teach Sunday to Friday according to your local time zone. You are welcome to check the schedule and assign yourself to a time that’s most suitable to you.

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      All you need is a working computer with an internet connection and you’re set. We work with Windows and Mac operating systems.

    • How much does it cost?

      The total tuition for the course is $1295.

    • Can I pay in installments?

      Yes, you can pay in 9 monthly installments.