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a new teaching course:
Apostle Paul Or Rabbi Sha'ul -

This course will shed significant light on the life and teaching of one of the most misunderstood Jews that ever lived - Paul. In the first class meeting, we will see the introduction of Paul in the Bible and what brought his name and actions to the forefront. As we examine the Bible in the context in which it was written, we will gain insight into the times, culture, content and context of this Pharisee of Pharisee, the Apostle Paul. Paul was a gifted student of Jewish law and tradition, so how did that affect his testimony to the Gentiles concerning the Jewish Messiah, Yeshua Jesus?

Some topics that will be addressed in the class: what the Pharisees believed and what did the Gospels say about them, Paul's conversion, who changed Sha'ul's name to Paul, how Paul lived his daily life and his instructions about women and ministry. Special attention will be given to Paul's time in Corinth. The class will address the traditional view that the Church takes on Paul and his teachings.
Class will feature PowerPoint and handouts.


Friday mornings
10am to 11:30AM
at Berit Olam Fellowship 
903 D West Johnson Ave., Springdale
Class dates:
March 1st, 8th, & 15th.

Every Wednesday mornings

​(there is NO Charge for the course)

Berit Olam Fellowship Hall 903D West Johnson Ave.,

Springdale, AR

Berit Olam Fellowship in connection with the Jewish Christian Studies Center of Springdale invites you to join us for these bible study courses. 

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A messianic Hebraic FELLOWSHIP OF NWA

A study on the first 5 books of the Bible, and will cover many of the saying that Jesus/Yeshua quoted.  Come and study with us, and cross the bridge back into the time and culture of the Bible, its content and context. Gain insight into what Jesus/Yeshua was teaching through a better understanding of the Hebrew (Jewish) culture.

If you'd like more information:

Call 479-306-1269 or 479-957-3219

Torah​ Study
  at Berit Olam at 6:45pm

    903 D West Johnson Ave., Springdale


at Berit Olam at 10:30am

903 D West Johnson Ave., Springdale