Patterns & Principles of Jewish Prayer (CD)
Enhancing Our Understanding and Practice of Prayer From Jewish Sources
Author: Dwight Pryor
Product code: CDS29
Ancient Jewish prayers known to Jesus and his disciples can beautifully enhance your devotional and prayer life. Learn the blessings, Psalms and prayers central to the Siddur and understand the relationship between Jewish prayer and the Lord's Prayer.
These recordings are from a six-hour seminar held at Woking, Surrey, England. This set of 4 CDs also includes an extra bonus disk containing
notes to accompany the series, including a Hebrew reconstruction of
the Lord's Prayer transliterated into English.
- The Flavour of Jewish Prayer (80 minutes)
- The Siddur and the Shema (80 minutes)
- The Amidah and Blessings (80 minutes)
- "The Lord's Prayer" in its Jewish Setting (80 minutes)
Residents outside of the UK and Europe can purchase Dwight Pryor's resources at www.jcstudies.com.
About the Author
(1945-2011) Founder of the Center for Judaic-Christian Studies in Dayton, Ohio. He was also a founding board member of the Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research in Israel. While studying in the Land, he came to realise the critical importance of understanding Christianity's Hebraic origins and dimensions and worked with both Christian and Jewish scholars there researching the backgrounds to the life and teachings of Yeshua Mi Natzeret, (Jesus of Nazareth) the Jewish Messiah.
As one of the most widely acclaimed teachers on the subject, for over 25 years Dwight and his wife Keren travelled world wide with their teaching and preaching ministry, seeking to make available to the Church an ever-growing wealth of study materials.
Their main aim was to equip believers for a fruitful life of participation in the purposes of God by learning how to think biblically. With this in mind they created a way for disciples, serious about understanding the Bible and yearning to get back to the Jewish/Hebraic foundations of their faith, to benefit from the teaching ministry of Dwight on an ongoing basis.