Why is Nazareth significant? The answer seems obvious—it is the village where Jesus was conceived and grew up (though not born), and after which he was named: “Jesus of Nazareth” or “Jesus the Nazarene.”Read More »
Engaging the Palestinian and Israeli cultures in Israel from a Christ Centered perspective
Welcome to Nazareth Evangelical College, the main institution for training church leaders and servants.
The college has a unique social fabric which gives it a great opportunity to present a unique ministry to the local church and worldwide; men and women serve together at our college, teachers who have various expertise and who belong to several theological backgrounds.
Perhaps no other town is as strongly associated with Jesus in the Western Christian imagination as the “little town of Bethlehem,” and this despite the fact that Jesus had to be called a “Nazarene” (Matthew 2:23) and had to die in Jerusalem (Luke 13:33).Read More »
You might be aware to the controversy of a Wheaton University professor who donned a hijab in solidarity with Muslims, after they faced backlash following the terrorist attacks in Paris. She also was suspended from the school in response – not for her wearing of the hijab, but for her comments in justification that Muslims and Christians worship the ‘same God’.Read More »