Multitudes across the globe are connecting to their Hebrew roots and rebuilding the ancient family of Israel. Discover the past, present, and future of the world’s most dispersed people. Empower your future! Enroll in this FREE Online Course!
Rabbi Harry Rozenberg, the Israeli-American founder of the STAT Academy, joins a lineage of Jewish seekers who are trying to bring about the “prophetic reunion – click here” of “lost tribes” with modern Jews.
“Adonai Elohim, who gathers the dispersed of Israel, declares I will gather still others to him, to those already gathered.”
Are you a non-Jewish person, yet you have a yearning to connect with the Hebrew roots of the gospel? Today, many Gentiles are embracing the Hebrew roots of the gospel of Messiah Yeshua. God, declares in Isaiah 65:8, that He would re-gather the dispersed of Israel. There is much conversation as to whether Gentiles are a part of the re-gathering.
Principle Jewish sages, taught that Gentiles who embrace Judaism were Jewish descendants (souls) returning to their roots. In 740 BC the Assyrians conquered Israel, the people were scattered throughout the world. In 586 BC the Babylonians conquered Judah and the people were scattered once more. In 70 AD, Rome attacked and occupied Jerusalem and the people were scattered again. In this course we will take a look at bible prophecy regarding the re-gathering of the children of Israel.
The Black Hebrew Israelite Deception
The reason why I am sharing this information is because far too many African-Americans are falling for the Black Hebrew Israelite deception. The hateful rhetoric of the Black Hebrew Israelites is far from God’s heart to re-gather His people from the nations. People of color are flocking to the Black Hebrew movement because the mainstream Jewish world often rejects the fact that people of color are also a part of the Hebrew diaspora. There are limited options for people of color who desire to fully embrace their Hebrew roots and identify as Hebrew.
There is historical evidence that the children of Israel were scattered throughout the nations. There is also historical evidence that during the dispersion, many fled to sub-Sarah Africa. There are many African tribes that practice Judaism throughout the continent to this day. Take a look at the Igbo’s of Nigeria for instance. The Igbo’s practiced Judaism since ancient times. Did you know that the Igbo’s were among the African tribes that fell victim to the transatlantic slave trade? Did you know that many African-Americans whose descendants were brought to the Americas as slaves are of Igbo ancestry?
If you are a person of color, God wants you to know that there is a seat for you at the table. In this course we will take a look at Israelite communities around the world: Africa, Asia, India, Europe, and the Americas.
About This Course
This online course is hosted by the Theological Research Institute [TRI], accredited by The National College Credit Recommendation Services [NCCRS]. Together with STAT Academy, an educational platform hosted by Amar’e Stoudemire, TRI and STAT academy conduct an overview of the past, present, and future of humanity based on teachings from the Tanach (Hebrew Bible).
For the first time ever, we are taking the stories of Prophecy, and reality, and presenting them in the form of a MOOC (massive online open course). As we join together with many other ‘Israelites’ around the world, we’ve come to acknowledge that many of these returning peoples have kept common laws and traditions throughout the years.
In this course, we are following the wanderings of the Israelites from ancient days until today’s generation. We are exploring what it means to be an ‘Israelite.’
Course Host: Amar’e Stoudemire / Course Administrator:
Rabbi Harry Rozenberg
This course is comprised of:
- Ten Modules
- Each Module contains readings, audio/video content, and a quiz
- At the end of the 10 Modules, students are required to take a final examination
- Upon completion of the course and exam, students can request a transcript to be sent to their desired college
- You may also desire to take this course as a college credit.