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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.

 

Weekly Parasha

bo Bo. Video Commentary from Shalom Learning Center. Doctor Alexander Bolotnikov interprets Bo Weekly Torah Portion. Exodus 10:1 And the Lord said unto...

 

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mission-from-the-remnant-to-the-remnantOur mission to Jewish people presents a unique challenge and opportunity for Seventh-day Adventists as well as for other Christians. Since the expansion...

 

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the-messiah-what-is-he-part-2Alexander Bolotnikov - The Messiah, What is He? (Part 2). Lecture 2 

Shabbat Shalom Magazine

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Daniel in Jewish Tradition

Considering the importance of the prophet-hakham Daniel, Shabbat Shalom has chosen to hear from several voices within Jewish tradi

Interview Richard M. Davidson

Richard M. Davidson is J. N. Andrews Professor of Old Testament Interpretation and chairperson of the Old Testament Department at

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

Seven Perspectives in the Book of Daniel

The book of Daniel is the Bible in microcosm. Indeed, it contains the essence of biblical truth. For Daniel is not simply a religi

Jesus, A Jewish Messiah?

Can we be Jewish and believe in Jesus? Can we be Christians and reject the Jewish roots of Jesus? Since the schism which split Ju

The Curse on the Jews

Fateful words were pronounced by the small crowd of Jews gathered in the Praetorium: “His blood be on us and on our children”

“The Devil Made Me Do It”

The Sanctuary and the Forgiveness of Sin In the 1970s American comedian Flip Wilson used to recite the line, “The devil made me

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

A Dramatic Encounter

Moses and Jesus In dream I saw two Jews that met by chance, One old, stern-eyed, deep-browed, yet garlanded With living light o

When the Church Was a Synagogue

Jews and Christians commonly think of their faiths as two separate religions, but in the beginning it was not so, nor need it be s

Interview Rabbi David Rosen

The tragedy of Jewish-Christian relations viewed by a Rabbi of the Anti-Defamation League in Jerusalem. Rabbi David Rosen was bor

Daniel at the Jewish- Christian Crossroads

Reading about the prophet Daniel and his book in the pages of Shabbat Shalom may surprise some. Yet we should realize that the bib

A Dramatic Encounter

Moses and Jesus In dream I saw two Jews that met by chance, One old, stern-eyed, deep-browed, yet garlanded With living light o

The Worship of Babel

The story of the statue set up by Nebuchadnezzar reminds one of the story of the tower of Babel. The link between the two is alrea

The Promise of Passover: “Next Year in Jerusalem”

Prerhaps it was near the season of Passover when Daniel contemplated Jeremiah’s prophecy of the 70 prophetic weeks (Dan 9). The

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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.