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Jerusalem University College

Jerusalem University College is a Christian institution of higher learning on Mt. Zion, the heart of Jerusalem.

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Jerusalem University College, an independent, degree-granting academic institution in Jerusalem, is also an extension campus for over 70 accredited Christian colleges, universities, and seminaries around the world.

Master of Arts

We offer the Master of Arts degree and graduate certificate in four areas:

  • Biblical History and Geography
  • Hebrew and Cognate Languages
  • The Hebraic Roots of Christianity
  • Middle Eastern Cultures and Religions

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Semester Study Abroad

Our semester abroad programs at the undergraduate and graduate level draw on the rich academic and service learning resources of Jerusalem.

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Short-Term Study Programs

We offer short-term intensive courses for academic credit or personal enrichment. We can also design special courses or study opportunities for schools and churches that would like to participate in unique Israel-based learning experiences.

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These Are Some of Our Neighbors

The JUC campus sits just outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. Our students are a short walk away from the major religious and cultural communities — and archaeological remains — of the city.

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Over 32,000 alumni

Over 32,000 alumni

Over 70 schools in the JUC Consortium

Over 70 schools in the JUC Consortium

The average number of years our semester program professors have been teaching for us

The average number of years our semester program professors have been teaching for us

Nearly 20 countries represented in the last ten years for our semester programs

Nearly 20 countries represented in the last ten years for our semester programs

Over 800 students per year in the short term study abroad programs

Over 800 students per year in the short term study abroad programs

Number of MA students that receive financial aid from JUC

Number of MA students that receive financial aid from JUC

Classrooms Without Walls

We believe that the best learning environment for studying the context of the Bible and encountering the mosaic of the modern Middle East is a classroom without walls.

Our locations for study, whether on campus or beyond our gate, are vibrant, personal, and fully engaging.

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On Location For Over 65 Years

Jerusalem University College, also known as the Institute of Holy Land Studies, has grown to become the flagship school for a Protestant world that is increasingly interested in biblically-based studies in the Middle East.

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Read how studying in Jerusalem has impacted how our students understand the world of the Bible and the Modern Middle East today. In the words of Phillip, disciple of Jesus, "Come and see."

"Studying at JUC changed my life and career. It gave me grounding in the study of land and language critical for a proper understanding of biblical literature and history. This still enriches and informs the way I read the Bible." William M. SchniedewindProfessor of Biblical Studies and Northwest Semitic Languages, UCLA

"The program and faculty at JUC were just what I needed. They set my feet on a path that ultimately led to a wonderful, fulfilling career and, more importantly, combined to inform and deepen my faith. What a rich resource, one that simply cannot be duplicated elsewhere in the world, awaits future students who find their way to Mount Zion." Ron E. TappyG. Albert Shoemaker Professor of Bible and Archaeology, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

"My time at JUC instilled in me a passion to study the Bible within its historical and geographical context. The education I received was an excellent foundation for my Ph.D. studies as well as my current research. Now that I am a professor, I hope that I am instilling in my students this same passion." Dr. Steven M. OrtizDirector of the Center for Archaeological Studies, Lipscomb University

"I came to JUC in need of significant professional, scholarly, and personal renewal after 20 years in the seminary classroom. Almost immediately I began to sense something exciting and transformative was going to happen to my students and to me. Every time I have returned to JUC since then, I have experienced that renewal all over again, and I am delighted to see my students discover the concreteness of the Bible when it is read in its context." Lawson StoneProfessor of Old Testament, Asbury Theological Seminary

"My year of study at JUC was one of the best decisions of my ministry. The time at JUC, reading the Bible with my feet on field studies, and studying the Hebraic roots of the church with my exceptional faculty, reinvigorated my sense of call and has given new depth to my teaching and preaching. I think that all pastors can benefit and be blessed by the unique study opportunities offered at JUC." Heidi KinnerAssociate Chaplain, Christ Memorial Chapel, Jupiter Island, Florida

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Israel Bible Podcast

Rabbi Dr. Juan Marcos Bejarano-Gutierrez is a rabbi, scholar, and electrical engineer who has been a board member of the Society for Crypto-Jewish Studies and is currently director of the B’nei Anusim Center for Education.  R. Dr. Bejarano-Gutierrez discusses the complexities of Jewish and Christian identities from ancient times until today, from the challenges of Hellenism to the deepest horrors of the Inquisition and the new realities of modernity. His special focus on forced converts and secret Jews gives him a unique perspective on Jewish-Christian relations and history.

Listen to the full talk here: Complex Jewish and Christian Identities

Find Rabbi Bejarano-Gutierrez's books HERE
Explore the large collection of Israel Bible Podcast episodes HERE.

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Israel Bible Podcast

The Bible does not need to be rewritten, but it needs to be reread. In this podcast, Dr. Parker shares a behind the scenes look at some of Israel Bible Center's most popular online courses. Each week faculty members sit down to discuss the ancient literature, history, culture, customs, and theology that will uncover rich new ways to understand the Bible. For more from the Israel Bible Center go to: www.israelbiblecenter.com

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    Reconsidering "Selah"

    Ashley E. Lyon holds a Ph.D. in Hebrew Poetry from the University of Birmingham in England. In addition to serving as Professor of Hebrew Bible with the Israel Bible Center, she also serves as Professor of Hebrew at the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies. Her research interests include Hebrew Poetry (especially the Psalms), Dead Sea Scrolls, biblical archaeology, and ancient Jewish magic.Read a few of Dr. Lyon's IBC articles HERESee more about her new book Reassessing Selah Enroll in IBC's course on The Hebrew Psalms: How to Worship GodSign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    Translation Matters

    Watch the full seminar titled: Can Bible Translations Be Trusted? We are all aware that modern versions probably have some inaccuracies. After all, they say different things sometimes! “But how bad can it really be?” the modern reader often wonders. This fascinating roundtable conference considers this and many other questions.   Watch the other Round Table Talks with Dr. Robert Alter! First one HERE second one HEREListen to the podcast episode Adam Was Formed First Then Eve with Dr. Parker and Dr. SchaserSign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    Identity Shapers

    Rabbi Dr. Juan Marcos Bejarano-Gutierrez is a rabbi, scholar, and electrical engineer who has been a board member of the Society for Crypto-Jewish Studies and is currently director of the B’nei Anusim Center for Education.  R. Dr. Bejarano-Gutierrez discusses the complexities of Jewish and Christian identities from ancient times until today, from the challenges of Hellenism to the deepest horrors of the Inquisition and the new realities of modernity. His special focus on forced converts and secret Jews gives him a unique perspective on Jewish-Christian relations and history.Listen to the full talk here: Complex Jewish and Christian IdentitiesFind Rabbi Bejarano-Gutierrez's books HEREExplore the large collection of Israel Bible Podcast episodes HERE.Sign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    Identity Shaped by History, Part 1

    Rabbi Dr. Juan Marcos Bejarano-Gutierrez is a rabbi, scholar, and electrical engineer who has been a board member of the Society for Crypto-Jewish Studies and is currently director of the B’nei Anusim Center for Education.  R. Dr. Bejarano-Gutierrez discusses the complexities of Jewish and Christian identities from ancient times until today, from the challenges of Hellenism to the deepest horrors of the Inquisition and the new realities of modernity. His special focus on forced converts and secret Jews gives him a unique perspective on Jewish-Christian relations and history.Listen to the full talk here: Complex Jewish and Christian IdentitiesExplore the large collection of podcast episodes HERE.Sign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    A Bible Shaped by Trauma

    Dr. David M. Carr (Union Theological Seminary, New York) is a leading scholar on the textual formation of the Hebrew Bible. His books include: Holy Resilience: The Bible’s Traumatic Origins; The Formation of the Hebrew Bible: A New Reconstruction; and The Erotic Word: Sexuality, Spirituality, and the Bible. In this profound conversation with Dr. Yeshaya Gruber of the Israel Bible Center, Prof. Carr explains the role of personal and communal trauma in the composition of the Bible and describes the place of academic study in enabling us to decipher ancient messages today.Listen to the conversation Trauma and Biblical Origin.Explore the large collection of podcast episodes HERE.Sign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    "In the beginning"...Then What?

    We started the conversation with the first phrases of Genesis and ended with the ongoing modern interpretation of the question, "Who is my neighbor?" Dr. Gruber’s course is fascinating and will make your mind bend in interesting ways. Sign up for the course Exploring Jewish InterpretationSign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    What is "Jewish Interpretation"?

    Sign up for the course Exploring Jewish InterpretationFind the previous podcast episode about the Name of God HERE and sign  up HERE to take the course.Sign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    Wilderness Temptations

    What was Jesus meditating on when he was in the wilderness for 40 days? It is speculation, but I like to think he was quoting Deuteronomy to himself and preparing for his public ministry. Why? Because when faced with the temptations, he only quotes from Deuteronomy 6 and 8, and they have surprising parallels with the Israelite history in the wilderness.You can register for the course The First Commandment: Deuteronomy in the Gospels HERE.Sign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    What do Commandments have to do with Eternal Life?

    Professor Shir has a great fondness for the book of Deuteronomy and its connections throughout the Bible. His course is a small taste of how influential Deuteronomy is in the theology portrayed in the gospels. Take the concept of "eternal life." Is this a heavenly life or a life full of God's blessing here on earth?You can register for the course The First Commandment: Deuteronomy in the Gospels HERE.Sign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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    Layers of Paul's Theology, Part 3

    Romans 9–11 is densely packed with Jewish theology (of course it is, this is Paul we are talking about!). Unfortunately that theology is often misinterpreted by a non-Jewish reader who does not understand the nuances. Dr. Schaser takes us through some challenging issues translation that make all the difference in interpretation.Find out more about Dr. Schaser's course  All Israel will be Saved.Read the article "Is the Law for Salvation?" or "Are Gentiles Grafted into Israel?"Sign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

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Israel Bible Center for Android

The Israel Bible Center App makes it easy to read, hear, watch, and most importantly understand the Bible from within its original Jewish context and culture.

The app is perfect for tapping into the wealth of study materials available. Once you download and login into the app, you will get inspired by incredible Hebraic insights and elements of ancient Jewish culture as this app gives you easy, one-click access to Israel Bible Center.

Israel Bible Center (IBC) study materials are prepared in collaboration with internationally renowned scholars who represent top universities in Israel and across the globe.

Israel Bible Center offers a program in Biblical and Jewish Studies designed with modern Christ-followers in mind. IBC formally recognizes students accomplishments by issuing a Certificate in Jewish Context and Culture upon completion of the full program (among several other shorter options).

The certificate programs cover a wide variety of carefully selected topics, including Biblical and Jewish Interpretation; Ancient Jewish Literature; Jewish History, Culture, and Customs; Rabbinics and Theology; Archaeology; Biblical Languages; and the best of modern scholarship in many other areas.

To begin this journey of discovery alongside our incredible team, install the free App or visit Israel Bible Center (https://www.israelbiblecenter.com).

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Student Login - Israel Study Center  

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Israel College of the Bible - Wikipedia  

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Israel College of the Bible (Hebrew: המכללה למקרא ) is a private Hebrew-speaking Messianic Bible college in Israel. It is an independent academically accredited institution. The campus moved to its ...
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