A collection of various teachings by Joseph Shulam in seminars, churches and universities around the world.
The meanings of the final of God’s seven Biblical festivals, the fulfilling of all prophecy for Israel and all the nations, and its relevance for today’s world.
The function of the people of God in a world that wishes to forget the past, and why the Bible continually instructs us to remember and not forget.
How Paul the Apostle’s life is a picture and parable of the Jewish people.
Recorded Feb 1994 at North Atlanta Church of Christ, this is a three part series asking the basic question or restoration and the New Testament Church.
A three part series taught at North Atlanta Church of Christ on Feb 20, 1994 by Joseph Shulam. Examining the Pharisees, Sadducees and their impact on the Church.
A Five Part Series on the Basics of Faith recorded in 1994 at North Atlanta Church of Christ in Georgia USA.
A discussion from the Jewish perspective of the Gospel, and why the Jews have historically refused it.
A look at the subject from Genesis to the New Testament, examining its meaning in all the Biblical context.
A prophetic view of the return of the Jewish people to Israel today and its historical significance.
An in-depth study of Islam, its inception, worldview, the difference between the Quran and the Bible (the Bible foundaton: love, the Quran: fear), its intents, and a solution.
The importance of the resurrection of the dead language in our time, and the depth of its meaning for better understanding of the Bible than translations have thus given us.
A look at their lifestyle and practices in the 1st Century, their holy days and sabbaths, how they saw themselves, how they were seen by the Gentiles before the establishment of the Gentile church.
A study of why the dietary laws were given and their intent, how the early Jewish disciples of the Messiah saw them, and the meaning of New Testament references to the food laws.
A comprehensive study of all the Ten Commandments, the blueprint and foundation of both the Old and New Testaments, with their meanings from the original Hebrew.