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Luther and Jewish Evangelism: 500 Years Later

Mr. Vladimir Pikman, founding executive director of Beit Sar Shalom in Berlin, Germany, discusses Martin Luther, pointing out what can be learned today from the paradoxical first “Protestant” promoter of Jewish evangelism who was also aggressive in his anti-Semitic statements. Some quotations are taken from Gritsch, Eric W. Martin Luther’s Anti-Semitism: Against His Better Judgment. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Enrdmans Publishing Company, 2012.

Missions and Evangelism Lectureship (Fall 2017)
  1. Yeshua: The Hope of Israel and the Nations
  2. Christ in the Feast of Tabernacles
  3. Luther and Jewish Evangelism: 500 Years Later
  4. Jerusalem: The Spiritual Center of the World
Vladimir Pikman
Vladimir Pikman is the founding Executive Director of Beit Sar Shalom, the largest Messianic Jewish ministry in Germany, and Rabbi of the Messianic congregation in Berlin. He was the founding President of the German Messianic Jewish Alliance and is the Vice-President of the International Messianic Jewish Alliance.  Vladimir is Director of Jewish Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary.  Following Jesus for twenty-seven years, he has ministered internationally, reaching out to the Jewish people, teaching, equipping new ministers, and starting new Messianic ministries and congregations in several European countries. With his wife, Inna, they have two adult daughters, Elisabeth and Rose.
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