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Monday, 16 January 2017
Lecturing at Kings

This week Dan juster is giving a series of lectures at an MJBI/Kings University event.

The King's University is one of only a few UMJC approved schools for training rabbis and teachers in the Messianic community. TKU’s Messianic Jewish Studies program began in 2007 through the vision of Dr. Jack Hayford, TKU's founder, with the support of Rabbi Jonathan Bernis of Jewish Voice Ministries International, and the board of the Messianic Jewish Bible Institute, which at the time included Rabbi Juster, Dr. Wayne Wilks and Dr. Ray Gannon.

As well as students and faculty from the university being encouraged to attend, admission to the lectures is open to the public.

The three evening lectures, taking place at 6:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, are open to the public and free of charge. Rabbi Juster's lectures will discuss several foundational themes of Messianic Jewish theology, including eschatology, the call of the Jewish people, and the definition of Israel and the Church.

For more information and contact details, you can click here.

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