The Life of Messiah from a Jewish Perspective
by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum
Yeshua was born into a Jewish household in a Jewish community. As a boy in Nazareth, He attended a Jewish synagogue where He memorized the Jewish Scriptures. “Growing in wisdom and stature
and in favor with both God and man,” He never journeyed outside of the land promised to the Jewish patriarchs. He was baptized by the last of the Old Testament Jewish prophets. His earthly ministry was
spent among Jewish people. He was crucified, buried, and then rose again to provide proof of His redemptive power to the Jew first and also to the Greek.
Now, we must tell His story. Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum's entire ministry has been devoted to exploring and explaining the Life of Messiah from a Jewish Perspective to both Jews and Gentiles that have
placed their faith in our Jewish Messiah. The Life of Messiah from a Jewish Perspective portrays Yeshua in His proper Jewish context as the long awaited King of the Jews and Savior of the world.
This is the first time we have been able to make available on video the complete teaching series (prior releases were shorter "highlights" versions). All nineteen hours of this unparalleled
series were recently recorded at Chafer Theological Seminary, and Dr. Fruchtenbaum has never taught more effectively. Every church, congregation, Christian school and home can now use this new Bible
study resource to illuminate the life and ministry of Yeshua HaMaschiach, Jesus - the Christ. It is our deepest prayer that this DVD series will encourage and empower the Body of Messiah
to effectively tell the story of our Jewish Messiah to all who will hear.
Dr. Fruchtenbaum builds his superstructure of proper Jewish context on the firm foundation of A.T. Robertson's time tested A Harmony of the Gospels.
Print the exegetical outline which includes a list of the Twenty-Two Laws of the Sanhedrin Regarding Trials, and
follow along with Dr. Fruchtenbaum as he teaches the Word of God.
Approximate Running Time: 19.3 hours, on 11 DVDs.
COURSE CREDIT: You can receive Bible school or seminary credit for this class through Chafer Seminary. Please contact Bev@chafer.edu for details.