Imagine a city whose name represents peace, yet whose walls resound with conflict. A central focus of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faiths, it is a city rich in history dating back more than 4,000 years. But this is no ordinary place- it is Jerusalem.
In this Day of Discovery 2-part series, you'll find out what the Bible
has to say about Jerusalem, the city of tears and hope. Join Dr. Michael
Rydelnik, Professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute, as he
visits this fascinating location. Understand prophecies that have often
appeared to be clouded in mystery. Investigate the history-shaping
events that took place here, and discover what the Scripture tells us is
yet to come.
Jerusalem: City of Tears, City of Hope- DVD
OTHER SERIES WITH Michael Rydelnik
Jewish studies professor Dr. Michael Rydelnik was a freshman in high
school when his mother, a Holocaust survivor, revealed her secret faith
in Jesus as the Messiah of Israel. While studying the Hebrew Bible to
convince his mother of the error of her way, he came face-to-face with
the truth of Scripture. In this compelling presentation he returns to
Jerusalem and the Western Wall to share his compelling story and retrace
the path of his search for Messiah.
We live in a world where promises are made and are easily broken. In
this Day of Discovery 3-part series, you'll examine the lives of
Abraham, Moses, and David. Three men of the Bible with one thing in
common: Each of their lives takes you on a journey that began with an
unbreakable promise. What was that promise? Where did that promise lead
Join Dr. Michael Rydelnik, Professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible
Institute, as he takes you through the land of the Bible to the places
where God made covenant with Abraham, Moses, and David. You'll discover
that their lives were filled with times of belief and doubt, fear and
failure; but nothing could break the promise that led them. Gain
insight into the unbreakable promises of God, and discover how you can
count on and trust in the One who never fails.
Exploring the ancient prophecy of Isaiah 53 is one of the most fascinating studies one can make. Some say is reveals the story of the Bible in just a few verses. As the heart of the mystery is identifying the one called "My servant."
Judaism most often identifies the suffering servant as the people of Israel who also have suffered throughout history. Those who believe Jesus was the Messiah of Israel see Isaiah 53 as predicting Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection, centuries before he lived. Can both interpretations find common ground?
Hosted from Israel, this 4 part study presents biblical scholars who discuss the clues and interpretations. Participants include Dr. Michael Rydelnik, Dr. Walter Kaiser, Dr. Michael Brown, and Dr. Darrell Bock.
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