Yeshivat Gmira

Yeshivat Gmira has a vital role to play in the restoration of the ancient sect of Nazarene Judaism, the original Jewish believers in Yeshua as the Jewish Messiah if Judaism.

The name Gmira (גמרא) comes from an Aramaic word which means “to perfect, accomplish, mature and complete.” Paul wrote: “And be diligent that you present yourself mature (גמיראית) before Elohim, a worker without shame, who is rightly proclaiming the word of truth.” (2Tim. 2:15). Gmira is also the root for the word Gemara, which, combined with the Mishnah, forms the Talmud.

It is our desire to build an online Yeshiva that will deliver the same quality as a Rabbinic Yeshiva, while giving our talmidim a broader education, not only in the Ketuvim Netzarim and Nazarene Apologetics, but in important areas like the Dead Sea Scrolls and Philo of Alexandria, which are not typically taught in a Rabbinic Yeshiva.

In Israel there are hundreds of Rabbinic Yeshivot. They are subsidized by the Israeli government, and their students even receive a stipend. Obviously our Yeshiva will have no such subsidy. That is why I am asking our supporters to donate to support this Yeshiva. Click here to donate. Or donate via our Yeshiva Go Fund Me Page.

We are currently offering two classes: Talmud; The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Essenes. Email for details.

Here are some of the areas of study we intend to make available:

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Essenes
Survey of the Midrashim
The Zohar and Sod Literature
Philo of Alexandria
Survey of the Tanak
Survey of the Apocrypha and Book of Enoch
Survey of the Ketuvim Netzarim (Books of the “New Testament”)
Nazarene Apologetics
Systematic Theology
Textual Criticism of the Tanak
Textual Criticism of the Ketuvim Netzarim (Hebrew and Aramaic Origin of the “New Testament”)