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Moody Bible Institute Plans to Extend Missionary Work Among Jews

April 22, 1927
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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

With a view to more extensive and more intensive missionary work among the Jews, the Moody Bible Institute announces the establishment of a Jewish mission course for the training of both Jews and Gentiles for the work. The course, to be given in Chicago, will be free, Rev. James M. Gray, president of the Bible Institute announced.

Special courses will include a study of Hebrew, Yiddish, Jewish history, Jewish customs and Rabbinics, he stated.

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