European Messianic Theological Symposium


European Messianic Theological Symposium III:
To be held in London
23-25 February 2014

2011 EMTS Participants

Messianic Jewish Christology: What We Confess about the Messiah

Convinced that European Jewish believers in Yeshua have a significant role to play in Europe, it is our pleasure to convene the third European Messianic Jewish Theological Symposium (EMTS).

The currently proposed programme is as follows: 

Sunday, 23 February 2014

1600h

Registration, Introductions

1800h

Dinner

1930h

Opening Address

G

Martin Goldsmith
Col 1 & Uniqueness of Christ

2100h

Monday, 24 February 2014

1000h

Session One

G

TBD

1300h

Break

1430h

Session Two

G

Forum starter by Daniel Nessim
Lessons from the Fathers

1730

Dinner Break

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

1000h

Session Three

G

Forum starter by Richard Harvey
Post-Holocaust Christology and the MJM

1300h

Break

1430h

Session Four

G

Forum starter by Vladimir Pikman
Practical Implications, Applications and Recommendations

1730h

Dinner Break

 

Rationale

Across Europe, the Messianic movement has rapidly grown and matured in recent decades. With the resurgence of Jewish community across the continent and significant Jewish migration following the collapse of the former Soviet Union, significant numbers of Jewish people have become followers of Messiah Yeshua. It is this continent that was once home to a community of Jewish believers noted for its contributions to Christian theology. More immediately, it is this continent where the Messianic movement received its first great impetus, rapidly echoed in America.

Today the world of Jewish believers in Yeshua finds its theological centres in Israel and America. As European Jewish believers, with our potential to make a significant contribution, we need a forum where Messianic thinkers and theologians can interact. Further, we need to address theological concerns specifically relevant to the European Messianic community in a European way.  It is with these concerns in mind that the European Messianic Theological Symposium has been convened.

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