Caspari Center has built up a collection of academic lecture recordings over the years. All the lectures have been given as part of Caspari Center's teaching ministry in Israel, and we are pleased to make this valuable resource available to a larger audience. Open Lecture recordings are available free of charge for streaming and downloading. The full collection of recordings is available at the Caspari Center library in Jerusalem.

Audio Archive

Seminar – 17.05.2019

Title: How Did The Bible Come To Us?
Speaker: Susan Schmidt

Open Lecture – 28.4.19

Title: From Disputation To Understanding: A Pastor and a Rabbi Speak about The Role of the Messiah
Speaker: David Parsons, Emmanuel Gentilcore

Open Lecture – 27.2.18

Speaker: Shai Wineapple

Title: The Relationship Between the Christian Mission and Israel as a Modern Jewish Nation State:
Israel’s Response in Light of Christian Missionary Activity, 1948- 2008



Open Lecture – 5.12.17

Speaker: Jennifer Kaplan

Title: The Messianic Ethiopian Movement of Israel: Development of Congregations, Challenges and Potential for Growth


Open Lecture – 14.11.17

Speaker: Antoine Levy

Title: Halakha and Salvation: a Catholic approach to Post-Postmissionary Messianic Judaism



Open Lecture – 22.09.17

Title: The Major Import of Minor Characters in the Elisha Story-Cycle

Speaker: Daniel Walter


Open Lecture – 12.06.17

Title: The Jewish Influence upon the Reformation Movements of John Huss and Martin Luther

Speaker: Chad Foster



Open Lecture – 07.02.17

Title: Mere Rhetoric? How the Writer of a Biblical Text Aimed to Get his Message Through

Speaker: Terho Kanervikkoaho


Open Lecture – 13.12.16

Title: Catholic Jews, Catholic Gentiles and Other Jews: Over 50 Years Since Vatican II
Speaker: David Mark Neuhaus

Open Lecture – 15.11.16

Title: Impact and Influence of Protestant Mission in Jerusalem and the Middle East in the 19th Century

Speaker: Aaron Eime