The Jewish Holidays in Relation to History, the Scriptures, & Messiah


Feb 11, 18, 25 & Mar 4, 11, 18

The Jewish Holidays in Relation to History, the Scriptures, & Messiah is an ONGROUND ONLY Term 3 Session 2 (8:30–9:45pm) course held at the Messianic Studies Institute (4950 Morse Road, Columbus, Ohio 43230) starting 02/11/2019.

Course Description:

The Jewish Holidays are profoundly "appointed times" in the life of Israel. Each holiday provides "its own history lesson, moral message, and opportunity for growth" (Lesli Koppelman Ross). Come explore the meaning and significance of these wondrous holy days in the rhythm of the Jewish year as they relate to our understanding of history, Scripture, prophecy, and the Messiah.



Required Textbook:

Sam Nadler. Messiah in the Feasts of Israel. Revised Edition. Charlotte: Word of Messiah Ministries, 2007. ISBN 9780970261977

Course Dates:

Feb 11, 18, 25 & Mar 4, 11, 18

2018–2019 MSI Course Brochure

Your Instructor

Marcy Kotting
Marcy Kotting

Marcy has had a lifelong passion for Jewish worship and liturgy, and the Hebrew language that supports them, having been raised in Judaism. She has taught Hebrew for MSI since its inception, and has previously taught Hebrew for MJTI. She is also MSI's main instructor on the Jewish Holidays. Marcy has played an active role in several Messianic Jewish ministries including the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations, the Association of Messianic Believers, and Chevra USA. Moreover, she is a longterm member of the MSI Board. Marcy is the Liturgist for Beth Messiah Congregation, where she also trains Bar and Bat Mitzvah students. She is currently a graduate student at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary studying for an MA in Biblical Languages.

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