NEW MASTERS COURSE FOR FALL 2013: NT550 "THE LAST DAYS ACCORDING TO JESUS"

Now part of our Newly Updated and Streamlined Masters Degree program, NT550 "The Last Days According To Jesus and the Prophets of Israel", is a comprehensive study of the teaching of Jesus the Messiah concerning the end of the Age of Moses, the Old Covenant age, and the dawning of Messiah's day and the establishment of the New Covenant administration of the Kingdom of heaven.

This exciting and eye-opening course is divided into four major parts or sections and utilizes Chancellor Kouri's comprehensive teaching notes and video teaching.

In Part I Apostle Kouri deals with the preaching and teaching of Jesus during the last week of His Ministry. It includes His triumphal entry, the cleansing of the Temple, the parable of the Wicked Tenants, the parable of the Wedding Feast, Jesus' prophecy about the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple, and His amazing explanation of His prophecy in His Olivet Discourse.

In Part II he deals with Jesus' own chronology for the establishment of His Messianic Kingdom. This includes an in depth study of Jesus outline or chronological order preserved for us in His parable of the Wedding feast, the Olivet Discourse, and Jesus' prophecy recorded by John in the Book of Revelation. Jesus' prophecy about the cataclysmic things that had to take place in John's day in order to bring an end to the Old Covenant administration of the Kingdom of God and establish Messiah's administration.

In Part III, Brother Kouri deals with Jesus' amazing prophecy about the times of the Gentiles recorded in Luke 21:24. This section includes Jesus' personal understanding of the fulfillment of the vision of the prophets of Israel regarding Messiah's Day and the times of the Gentiles (i.e. the conversion of the nations and peace among the nations of the earth as envisioned by the prophets).

Finally, in Part IV Kouri unfolds the Apostle Paul's amazing revelation in Romans 11, i.e. Paul's commentary on Jesus' prophecy concerning the fulfillment of the times of the Gentiles in Luke 21:24. Based upon Paul's revelation of the fullness of the Gentiles and the fullness of the Jews, Apostle Kouri closes Part IV with a truly Kingdom prophetic scenario about the future salvation of the gentile nations, including the Arab nations of the Middle East, and the eventual provoking of the Jewish people to jealousy, resulting in the future conversion of fullness of the Jewish people.

Without a valid understanding of the eschatology or end times teaching of Jesus of Nazareth (i.e. His understanding of the chronology or the order of unfolding of Kingdom events) it is absolutely impossible to rightly divide the Scriptures or to understand the times and the seasons (i.e. what season we are in or where we are in the unfolding of Messiah's Kingdom). This provocative course is revelatory and therefore essential to a proper understanding of the covenant promises that God made to the fathers of Israel and the message of the ancient prophets concerning Messiah's Kingdom. It is also essential to a valid understanding of the Gospel of the Kingdom, the true message of the New Testament. If you enjoyed Chancellor Kouri's book "The Sign of the Kingdom", you will enjoy this course of study, as it is much more comprehensive.

NT550 is part of our newly updated and streamlined Masters Degree program and is located in the School of Biblical Studies in the New Testament Department.

Enroll now before September 9, 2013 and take advantage of our limited "Taste And See" Prices! To enroll see the Admissions page.

The illustration above of the "Rider On The White Horse" (see Revelation 19:11) is a symbolic depiction of the present administration of Messiah's Kingdom as King Jesus rides forth throughout this present evil age in response to the prayers of His saints to deal with His enemies and fill the earth with righteousness, peace, and joy.

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