Dr. Michael Rydelnik: My Search for Messiah

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[Each part is 26 minutes long.]

Day of Discovery

Stained glass at St John the Baptist's Anglica...

Stained glass at St John the Baptist’s Anglican Church (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

For Christians (followers of Christ), Jesus is at the center of everything they believe. As a Jewish young man, Michael Rydelnik refused to even consider Jesus’ claim to be the promised Messiah of the Hebrew Scriptures. But when his own mother, a Holocaust survivor, revealed to her family that she now believed in Jesus, it divided their family.

Michael, in an effort to convince his mother that she was wrong, began to study the Messianic prophecies found in the Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament Scriptures. Little did he know that his efforts to find evidence to dissuade his mother from her faith in Jesus would in fact lead him to the Jewish Messiah.

Join Dr. Michael Rydelnik as he recounts his own personal journey of discovery in this 3-part series, “My Search for Messiah.”

via My Search for Messiah, Part I

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For centuries the Messianic hopes and prayers of the Jewish people have been focused on the Western Wall and the Temple that used to rise above it’s massive stones. Michael Rydelnik, whose parents were holocaust survivors, first came to the wall at age 10. Since then Dr. Rydelnik has returned many times—this time to reflect on his personal search for the Messiah of the Bible. From Israel, the spiritual journey of Dr Michael Rydelnik and his search to find the Messiah of the Scriptures. Part II

via My Search for Messiah, Part II

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For centuries the Messianic hopes and prayers of the Jewish people have been focused on Jerusalem. Jerusalem where their Temple once stood. Jerusalem where Messiah will set up His kingdom. Michael Rydelnik, whose parents were holocaust survivors, first came to Jerusalem at age 10. Since then Dr. Rydelnik has returned many times—this time to reflect on his personal search for the Messiah of the Bible. Part III

Dr. Michael Rydelnik is Professor of Jewish Studies at the Moody Bible Institute. The son of Holocaust survivors, he was raised in an Orthodox Jewish home in Brooklyn, New York. Ever since Michael trusted in Jesus the Messiah in high school, he has been ministering to the Jewish community. He graduated with a diploma in Jewish Studies from Moody Bible Institute, a bachelor’s degree from Azusa Pacific University in Biblical Literature, a Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary in New Testament Literature and Exegesis, and a doctorate in Inter-Cultural Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. His latest book is titled; “Understanding The Arab-Israeli Conflict.”

via My Search for Messiah, Part III (no longer available)

from the archives:

The Mysterious Prophecy of Isaiah 53 (with Dr. Michael Rydelnik)

Jesus: Man, Messiah, or More?

Israel: The Politics of Faith and a Land of Conflict

Jewish Marxist Atheist has vision of Jesus

Jesus of Nazareth (1977)

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