Books, Videos & Audio
These lectures were given to a synagogue assembly. By examining what God said to His people when they went into exile in Babylon, I believe we can unravel what it means to live in our own contemporary culture.
Discover just how radically different the Hebraic/Semitic world is from the Greco-Roman world of the West. Now you can see and hear the themes that make up the biblical paradigm contrasted with the themes of the Western world.
This video series (made in South Africa) discusses the confusion caused by defining these terms according to Greek-Roman first century thinking rather than Hebraic thinking.
In October of 2009, 16 readers of Today’s Word accompanied Rabbi Bob Gorelik and Dr. Skip Moen to Israel for 12 days of teaching about the Hebrew background of our faith. Amazing! A significant contribution to your understanding of the Bible.
Skip Moen and Bob Gorelik venture back to Israel for a second series of lessons. This new series of 22 lessons covers material not previously seen as well as enhancements and additions to the first series. All lessons were shot in HD video for excellent viewing and listening.
In May 2013 Bob Gorelik and Skip Moen taught at their first joint seminar in the United States in Phoenix. Under the conference title, “Grafted In,” Bob opened the conference with an hour lecture on the Gentile Question.
Hear Ari, Jeremy and Glen from the last trip to Israel as they discuss paradigm shifts, the current political events in Israel and other pertinent topics.
These audio files are FREE to all my readers. And be sure to listen to Voice of Israel on your web radio.
Bob Gorelik and Skip Moen hosted a group in Israel. As usual, the lectures and discussions were recorded for future use. 16 lectures from the October Israel tour were recorded.
I led a small group studying Gruber’s book over the course of many months. The analysis and discussion from each session was recorded as a kind of running commentary supplementing the material in Gruber’s work.
These lectures cover the development of the idea of Hell, from its rudimentary possibility in the Tanakh to the elaboration in the Talmud and the apostolic writings under the influence of Hellenism.
2 Audio files and a PDF.
Two separate lectures – These lectures will give you the real story behind the emergence of Christianity as one of the world’s most powerful religions. But what you learn may shock and surprise you.
Rabbi Bob Gorelik and Dr. Skip Moen teach on various topics while on tour in Israel.
All these lectures were recorded live with the group that traveled to Israel in April-May of 2014.
In addition, Moshe Kempinski and Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel were special guest lecturers and Israeli Yoav Bruck gave a moving testimony regarding life in Israel and the camaraderie and patriotism of those who live there.
Everything important in the Bible happens in the first four chapters of Genesis. 14-hour lecture to Masters of Divinity Students. A very in-depth follow-up to Living The Biblical Worldview.
4 hours of in-depth analysis of Heschel’s Hebraic view of the nature of Man. This commentary looks at passages from Heschel’s book. Insights into the difference between the Greek and Hebrew views of what it means to be human.
Nearly 20 hours of in-depth analysis of Galatians. It covers the background, exegetical issues, and themes in a verse-by-verse, word-by-word investigation of Paul’s message to the Galatian believers.
This series examines the reasons why current apologetics flounders. The lectures review the bankruptcy of the Greek quest for certainly. We examine the implications for this culture, showing why the failure to believe is not based in evidence but in how we know (epistemology).
Here are six lectures based on Millard Erickson’s Christian Theology. These lectures do not discuss doctrinal issues. Instead they focus on the epistemological, hermeneutical and metaphysical issues that underlie the project of forming a systematic theology. Erickson’s work is just the springboard for these discussions. These lectures will be useful to anyone who wonders how systematic theology works.
Aside from the “Jesus language”, what’s the difference between Biblical leadership, and the world’s view of leadership? An 8 hour discussion of the difference between following the Biblical way of leading versus the contemporary culture’s view of leadership.
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With this collection, it is possible to simply read through any of the prophetic books of the Tanakh and follow the comments I have made on these verses in their biblical order.
This book examines the inner logic of addictive thinking and behavior in order to provide the opportunity for real changes in our
emotional responses to trauma. There is freedom from the Hidden Beast . . . if you are willing.
Every woman knows she was designed for a special role — a role that has been denied to her far too long. In this study of Scripture, Skip Moen re-examines the Genesis account from an Hebraic perspective.
Examining the conversations Jesus had with women, this quick read delivers insights into the Messiah’s view of the special role of women. (And it’s probably not what you think.)
Skip Moen provides extensive arguments for a new definition of omniscience, a formulation that resolves many persistent problems with free will, prophecy and temporal creation.
Examines Leadership and Relationships from a Scriptural, Hebraic worldview. This 250-page book is a compilation of my “Today’s Word” daily emails on four subjects, chosen by readers as their favorites. I’m hoping to write several more volumes.
The second volume of collected editions of Today’s Word covers the topics of the Idolatry and its contemporary manifestations, Discipline in a Hebraic context, Leadership, and Work and Worship as a singular effort. Dozens of biblical passages are discussed under each topic revealing the depths of the Word of God in the culture and linguistic settings of the authors.
The third volume of collected editions of Today’s Word covers the topics of Church, evangelism, prayer, justice and Law vs. Grace.
Forty day devotional book examining Yeshua’s words about leadership. Designed to teach you the process of Christian influence. Suited for anyone responsible for leading others, whether in the home, at school, in the congregation, or at the office.