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Jewish-Christian Studies
Jewish-Christian StudiesShalom Learning Center is an educational institution of the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventists serving the territories of US, Canada, and Bermuda
Worship
WorshipThe Seventh-day Adventist faith is convinced about the fundamental unity between the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament. The New Testament is itself a Jewish book and is best understood within Jewish religious and cultural context
Jewish-Christian Dialogue
Jewish-Christian Dialogue

The Shalom Learning Center exists for two primary purposes: to teach Christians the Hebraic roots of their faith and to build bridges of understanding and friendship between the Seventh-day Adventist and Jewish Communities.

 

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nitzavim Nitzavim Vayelech. Video Commentary from Shalom Learning Center. Doctor Alexander Bolotnikov interprets Nitzavim Vayelecht Weekly Torah...

 

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kippur-and-the-enemy Our entire world is a war zone. We see people suffering and dying all around us. God is working to save us, but evil does not easily let us go. What or...

 

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Paul Petersen

Paul Birch Petersen is Danish born (1952) and has, since his youth, worked as a minister in Denmark. A diligent writer, he has wr

Interview Dr. Jean Zurcher

According to Dr. Jean Zurcher, a Christian philosopher, biblical anthropology finds itself more and more confirmed by scientific p

Adele Reinhartz, PhD.: New Testament

Adele Reinhartz is currently the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, where s

The Hebrew Concept of Health

It seems that there is no Hebrew concept of health. Nowhere in the Bible do we find prescriptions about how to be healthy. We do

The Bible, Book of Books

Why has the Bible survived centuries and crossed all the borders? What makes this Book so powerful? The word “Bible” says it

The Sacred Tent of the Cohen

Type of the famous temple that Solomon built in Jerusalem This tent, the worship center of the Israelites in the desert, concerns

“Looking for Shalom in all the Wrong Places”

How fascinating that shalom, far from meaning just “peace” (as commonly understood and translated) means so much more: “full

Archaeology and the Family in Ancient Israel

Modern Ideas of Family Ever since the socalled “Reagan revolution,” Americans have heard a considerable amount of discussion

Faith That Hurts

Imagine: Abraham, deeply wrinkled from 120 years of trials, now seeking rest. Instead, in a vision, he’s called to kill, then bu

Chaim Potok: Jewish-Christian reconciliation

Since Chaim Potok published his first novel, The Chosen, in 1967, he has become one of the most popular and widely read authors on

Brad H. Young: Jewishness of Jesus

Brad is a Christian and a native of Oklahoma who went to Israel and earned two gradu­ate degrees from the Hebrew University. His

Rolf Rendtorff

Rolf Rendtorff is Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Theology. From 1958 to 1963, he was Professor at the Kirchliche Hochschule

Life with God, Where Does It Go?

Who can speakrightly about life with God? There are somany ways of living with God, somany religions. It is troublingthat all thes

“Looking for Shalom in all the Wrong Places”

How fascinating that shalom, far from meaning just “peace” (as commonly understood and translated) means so much more: “full

The Song of Songs, The Desert of Love

I slept but my heart was awake. Listen! My lover is knocking. . . . I arose to open for my lover . . . but my lover had left; he w

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Shalom Learning Center

Shalom Learning Center is in the business of education. Our primary purpose is to educate both Christians and Jews about each other. Through educating both Jews and Christians we can effectively deal with antisemitism and other forms of discrimination. We are also able to help individuals who are Jewish but did not grow up practicing Judaism to receive an education in culturally appropriate manner.