The Resurrection of the Jewish Messiah



04/12, 04/19, 04/26, 05/03, 05/10, 05/17

2020–2021 MSI Course Brochure

The Resurrection of the Jewish Messiah is a LIVE ONLINE Term 4 Session 2 (8:30–9:45pm EST) course held virtually on Zoom starting on 04/12/2021. Once you register for this course, log into your MSI account and you will find the Zoom link.

Course Description:

The resurrection of the dead is a core tenet of faith for every professing follower of Yeshua the Messiah. But for many well-meaning Messiah followers, the resurrection of Yeshua tends to be detached from its Jewish foundations. What is the relationship between Second Temple Judaism and the claim that Yeshua is the resurrected Messiah? What does the Tanakh (Torah, Prophets, & Writings) teach about the resurrection of the dead and the coming Messiah? Furthermore, why is it that many Jewish people see no relationship between the resurrection of Yeshua and his Messiahship? In addition to answering these questions, we will also examine the relationship between faith and history as well as some of the contemporary objections to the resurrection of the Messiah.


This MSI LIVE ONLINE course meets LIVE via Zoom on six Mondays 04/12, 04/19, 04/26, 05/03, 05/10, 05/17, 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. Note that the same link and password is used each session.

Course Dates:
04/12, 04/19, 04/26, 05/03, 05/10, 05/17

Your Instructor

Eric Chabot
Eric Chabot

Eric's areas of interest are philosophy of religion, epistemology, the resurrection of Yeshua (Jesus), Jewish messianism, apologetic systems, historical method, hermeneutics, the genre of the Gospels, and the relationship between science and theology. He leads an apologetics ministry at both the Ohio State University and Columbus State Community College. He has published numerous articles for Messianic Literature Outreach and is an Adjunct Instructor at Dwell Community Church.

This course is closed for enrollment.