Scott Stewart PhD, Hebrew Culture
3 credit hours. In this course the student will be introduced to the culture of the ancient Middle East as it relates to the nation of Israel, the Jewish people, and the Holy Scriptures. Students will explore the nuances of language, history, geography, clothing, holidays and synagogue life that shaped the world of the Messiah and the earliest followers of the messianic faith in Yeshua. Scholars will gain an appreciation for the importance of Hebrew culture in rightly dividing the biblical text and will learn to unpack the sacred text from an Eastern perspective.
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About the instructor
Scott Stewart holds both a BA and MA in Middle Eastern History and a PhD in Hebraic Studies, specializing in Biblical Hebrew. Additionally he has a diploma from Agape School of World Evangelism. Dr. Stewart was inducted into the Oxford Society of Scholars in 2013.
Dr. Stewart served on the mission field for over 26 years, where he and his wife Loretta started 11 churches and one Bible School, in eight different countries. Dr. Stewart speaks six different languages.