Each class at SBJS contains a number of lessons. A single class can be purchased as a “Bronze Enrolment” for $25.
Classes are listed here within their courses. They can be purchased as a course for $100, or as an individual class for $25.
The Tri-unity of God in the Tenach - Rev. Mark Robinson
This class will introduce you to some of the passages in the O.T. that develop the “plurality in unity of God,” the “Tri-unity of God,” “the deity of Messiah” and “theophanies – the visible appearance of God in human form.” The information will help in your understanding of the person of God and how to share the “Tri-unity of God” with Jewish people and others who don’t believe in a “Triune” God.
TOTAL DURATION: Approx. 1.75 hrs.
Jewish Misconceptions and Objections - Rev. Dan Bergman
Students will learn of the many misconceptions and objections that Jewish people have regarding Jesus. The student will also learn how to correct and answer these misconceptions and objections based on the Bible.
The Deity of the Messiah in the Tenach - Rev. Dan Bergman
In this class, the student will learn that the Messiah had to be God, based on Old Testament prophecy. We will study these prophecies, as well as what Jesus taught about Himself. We will also discuss how the majority of Jewish people misinterpret these passages.
TOTAL DURATION: Approx. 1.5 hours
The Plan of Salvation in the Tenach - Rev. Mark Robinson
In order to effectively share Messiah Jesus with Jewish people one needs to be able to use the Tenach (Old Testament) in communicating the gospel. This class will look at the 3 areas scripture tells us the Holy Spirit convicts unsaved people. Scripture passages that can be used from the Tenach in these 3 areas will be part of this class with a final lesson on showing a Jewish person from the Tenach their need to accept Messiah (Jesus) as their Savior and Messiah.
Jewish Culture in the New Testament
The Feasts of Leviticus 23 - Rev. Mark Robinson
The Feasts of Leviticus 23 give us a picture God’s plan for Israel and the Messiah. From Passover to Tabernacles, the seven feasts in this chapter provide insight into God’s prophetic work. One of the unique aspects of this study is the emphasis on the feasts in Leviticus 23 picturing God’s work with Israel and not the church – which is the context of Leviticus 23.
TOTAL DURATION: Approx. 2 hrs.
The Jewish Roots of Christian Baptism - Rev. Dan Bergman
Did you know that baptism didn’t originate with John the Baptist? When the Pharisees and Levites were sent to John from Jerusalem to enquire who he was, they didn’t ask him “What is this new thing you are doing?”
In this class, you will discover how Jewish in origin baptism really is. We will look into the Tenach (Old Testament), as well as the New Testament.
Issues in the Christian World
How Were People Saved in the Tenach? - Rev. Mark Robinson
How were people saved before Jesus came and died and rose again? Some teach it was by looking forward to the death, burial and resurrection of Messiah and believing this. Is this what the scripture teaches? This class looks at this subject focusing on 4 biblical truths that will answer the question “How were people saved before Jesus came?”
TOTAL DURATION: Approx. 1.5 hours
Sabbath of Lord's Day? What Christians Should Understand - Rev. Mark Robinson
Israel in the Bible and History
Why Focus on Israel? - Rev. Mark Robinson
From Genesis 12 to the end of Revelation some 80% -85% of the material is about Israel and the Jewish people. This class will focus on why it is a MUST to understand God’s plan for Israel and the Jewish people if one is to correctly understand the word of God. Lessons such as “Salvation is of the Jews,” “Scripture is of the Jews,” “Israel: The Key to Biblical Understanding,” “The Church as a parenthesis in God’s Plan,” and “Israel as God’s blessing for the world” are some of the lessons.
TOTAL DURATION: 3 hrs.
Israel: The Focal Point of History - Rev. Mark Robinson
God’s plan for the world can be viewed from a “broad” view and a “narrow” view. Both of these plans will be examined with more of an emphasis on God’s narrow plan, which is developed around Israel and the covenants God gave to Israel.