Dr. Craig A. Blaising

Executive Vice President and Provost as well as Professor of Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.


Dr. Darrell L. Bock

Executive Director of Cultural Engagement, Center for Christian Leadership. Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary.

Dr. Michael L. Brown

Founder and president of FIRE School of Ministry and author of 22 books, including the highly-acclaimed five-volume series, Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus.

Dr. Robert B. Chisholm, Jr.

Department Chair and Professor of Old Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is translator and senior Old Testament editor for the NET Bible.

Pastor David Epstein

Senior pastor of the historic Calvary Baptist Church in New York City since 1997, where he is also the Chancellor and a faculty member of the New York School of the Bible.

Professor Craig A. Evans

Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Acadia Divinity College, Acadia University, in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Dr. John S. Feinberg

Chair of the Department and Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.


Dr. Mitch Glaser

President of Chosen People Ministries, co-editor of To The Jew First: The case for Jewish Evangelism in Scripture and History, and author of Isaiah 53 Explained.

MUSIC: Marty Goetz

Worship leader, singer, songwriter, and Messianic Jewish artist Marty Goetz has been recording music and performing for over 30 years. He is often called a modern-day psalmist.

Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.

President Emeritus and Colman M. Mockler Distinguished Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Dr. Barry R. Leventhal

Distinguished Professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary Matthews, NC. He has published numerous pieces on the Holocaust.

Dr. Eugene H. Merrill

Distinguished Professor of Old Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, TX, a position he has held for 38 years.

Joel C. Rosenberg

New York Times best-selling author with nearly three million copies of his books in print and founder of The Joshua Fund, mobilizing Christians to "bless Israel and her neighbors."

Dr. Michael Rydelnik

Professor of Jewish Studies at the Moody Bible Institute, he is the author of Understanding the Arab Israeli Conflict and The Messianic Hope: Is the Hebrew Bible Really Messianic?

Dr. Mark R. Saucy

Professor of Systematic Theology at Talbot School of Theology in California. He is the author of The Kingdom of God and the Teaching of Jesus: In 20th Century Theology

Dr. Michael G. Vanlaningham

Professor of Bible at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois, where he served formerly as interim chairman of the Bible Department.

Dr. Michael Vlach

Associate Professor of Theology at The Master’s Seminary, Dr. Vlach specializes in the areas of Systematic Theology, Historical Theology, Apologetics, and World Religions.

Dr. Michael J. Wilkins

Dean of the Faculty and Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Talbot School of Theology, he specializes in New Testament theology, Christology, and discipleship.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

7:00–7:50 PM - Dr. Eugene H. Merrill
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel According to the Torah

8:00–8:50 PM - Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel According to the Writings

Friday, October 4, 2013

7:00–7:45 AM - Bagels and Coffee (Bagels will be sold, coffee free)

8:00–8:50 AM - Pastor David Epstein
The People, the Land, the Future of Israel and the Local Pastor

9:00–9:50 AM - Dr. Robert B. Chisholm
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel According to the Prophets

10:00–10:50 AM - Dr. Michael J. Wilkins
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel According to the Gospels

10:50–11:25 AM - Break

11:30 AM–12:20 PM - Dr. Darrell L. Bock
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel in Luke and Acts

12:30–1:55 PM - Lunch on your own

2:00–2:50 PM - Dr. Michael Vanlaningham
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel According to the Book of Romans and the Pauline Epistles

3:00–3:50 PM - Professor Craig A. Evans
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel According to the Book of Hebrews and the General Epistles

3:50–6:55 PM - Free Time and Dinner on your own

7:00–7:50 PM - Dr. Michael L. Brown
The People, the Land, the Future of Israel and Traditional Jewish Expectations

8:00–8:50 PM - Dr. Mitch Glaser
The People, the Land, the Future of Israel and Jewish Evangelism

Saturday, October 5, 2013

7:00–7:45 AM - Bagels and Coffee (Bagels will be sold, coffee free)

8:00–8:50 AM - Panel Discussion
The People, the Land, the Future of Israel and the Middle East Today
Moderator: Dr. Richard Freeman
Panel: Dr. Mitch Glaser, Joel C. Rosenberg and Dr. Michael Rydelnik

9:00–9:50 AM - Dr. Craig A. Blaising
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel and Hermeneutics

10:00–10:50 AM - Dr. Mark R. Saucy
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel: A Necessary Theme in Biblical Theology

10:50–11:25 AM - Break

11:30 AM–12:20 PM - Dr. John S. Feinberg
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel: An Eschatological Necessity?

12:30–1:50 PM - Lunch on your own

2:00–2:50 PM - Dr. Michael J. Vlach
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel in Church History

3:00–3:50 PM - Dr. Barry R. Leventhal
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel in Light of the Holocaust

3:50–4:25 PM - Break

4:30–5:20 PM - Dr. Michael Rydelnik
The People, the Land and the Future of Israel as Evidence for the Truth of Scripture

5:30–7:25 PM - Dinner on your own

7:30–9:30 PM - Joel C. Rosenberg
Closing Message: Will There Ever Be Peace for Israel and Her Neighbors?

Saturday Night Music by Marty Goetz

Worship leader, singer, songwriter, and Messianic Jewish artist Marty Goetz has been recording music and performing for over 30 years. He is often called a modern-day psalmist.

 

 


 

Directions to Calvary Baptist Church

123 W. 57th Street , New York City

By Subway

  • Take the F train to the 57th St/6th Ave stop.
  • Take the N, Q, or R train to the 57th St/7th Ave stop.

By Train

  • Take the New Jersey Transit or L.I.R.R. to Penn Station and exit at 7th Ave.
  • Walk one block to the 34th St/6th Ave station Herald Square, transfer to one of the uptown-bound subway trains listed above, and ride to 57th St.

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  • Take the PATH train to 33rd St.
  • Walk one block to the 34th St/6th Ave station Herald Square, transfer to one of the uptown-bound subway trains listed above, and ride to 57th St.

By Bus

These buses make connections on or near 57th Street, at 6th or 7th Avenues: M5,M6,M7,M10,M20,M30,M31,M57

By Car

Calvary is located at 123 W 57th Street, which is two blocks south of Central Park, between 6th and 7th Avenues.

What does the Bible teach about the role of the Jewish people and the nation of Israel at the present time?

What is God's plan for the future of Israel and her neighbors?

How can believers in Jesus be part of God's peace process in the Middle East?

 

This conference focused on the Bible's account of the role of Israel and the Jewish people - both now and in the future. The speakers were renowned scholars with profound insight into God's unfolding plan and purpose for the nation of Israel as the Scripture depicts them.

This event helped attendees gain a deeper understanding of both current and future events in the Middle East as described in both the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament.

The program included testimonies of both Jewish and Arab believers serving the Lord in Israel, concluding with a dynamic Saturday evening message by best-selling author Joel Rosenberg and music by Marty Goetz.

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