What Is the Full Good News?


GOING LIVE ONLINE 4/7 & 4/14 2021

2020–2021 Course Schedule

What Is the Full Good News? is a LIVE ONLINE Term 4 2021 MINI COURSE held virtually on Zoom on Two Consecutive Wednesdays April 7 & 14 from 7:00–9:30pm EST.

Course Description
Do you know the FULL Good News? Come discover the Good News in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation! Yes, the Good News starts in Genesis! Discover the source of the Good News in the Gospels. Learn why the Biblical Good News is Good News ‘to the Jew FIRST’! Understand that if your Good News is NOT Good News to the Jew first, it is NOT the Good News of the Bible! The Book of Isaiah and the Letter to the Romans will be featured among other Scriptural texts. Be surprised by what the Scriptures teach is the ultimate future hope of Messiah followers.


This MSI LIVE ONLINE course meets LIVE via Zoom on 4/7 and 4/14, but the LIVE ONLINE sessions for this course will be recorded and available to revisit whenever you desire. The videos will be uploaded as soon as possible after the LIVE ONLINE session here in the course page. We encourage you to follow the schedule closely and plan ahead to be with us for these LIVE courses so you can get the most out of lifelong learning with MSI.

Once you enroll in the course you will have access to the class session pages and Zoom videoconferencing link for each week's session by going to 'My Courses', selecting this course, and reviewing the materials in the curriculum.


Your Instructor

Henri Louis Goulet
Henri Louis Goulet

Henri’s primary interests include the Biblical languages (specializing in Biblical Greek); the reciprocal relationship between the Tanakh and the New Covenant Scriptures; the study of the New Covenant Scriptures from the 'Within Judaism Perspective'; the Way of the LORD as a Biblical worldview and way of life; the origin, meaning, and instantiation of ekklēsia; the Jewish-Graeco-Roman milieu of the New Covenant Scriptures; 2nd Temple Jewish Literature, especially the 'Pseudepigrapha'; the full Good News; the kingship/kingdom of God; the letters of Paul; ancient rhetoric; hermeneutics; paradigms; and conceptual metaphor. He is a member of the SBL and the SPOSTST, and has served as an Adjunct Instructor of Biblical Greek and/or NT at the seminaries of Ashland and Capital University. Henri currently serves as the Academic Dean and Executive Director of MSI, as well as the Education Coordinator of Beth Messiah Congregation.

This course is closed for enrollment.