Death, Judgment & Resurrection Seminar

Jews around the world enter into a time of joy, yet solemn reflection between the dates of October 2 and October 12 this year (2016). October 2 is the start of the Jewish New Year, also known as Yom Teruah, the blowing of the trumpets, and Rosh Hashanah. October 12 is Yom Kippur.

In past years, Dr. Bolotnikov has focused on the topic of Yom Kippur, AKA the Day of Atonement or Day of Judgment, during this time. (See Shofars of Judgment: The Sanctuary Explained.) This year our seminar covers another topic related to this important time.

Death, Judgment & Resurrection

Gierymski's painting of Rosh Hashanah, AKA Feast of Trumpets

A Little History
Feast of Trumpets, an 1884 painting by Ignacy Aleksander Gierymski, depicts the Hasidic Jews of Warsaw performing tashlikh (ritual washing away of sins) on the banks of the Vistula River.
This Rosh Hashanah observance includes reciting prayers near flowing water and symbolically throwing your sins into the water. Throwing pebbles or bread into the water is one way some Hasidic communities symbolize the “casting off” of sins.
If the first day of Rosh Hashanah falls on Shabbat, the tashlikh ritual is postponed until Sunday.

Have you ever asked these questions?

  • Is Satan a real person?
  • Is there a solution for the problem of evil?
  • Can we talk to our dead loved ones?
  • Can we take a quick look at hell?
  • Will God torment sinners?
  • Should we expect World War III?
  • Should a believer fear God’s judgment?
  • How long will this world last?

By the conclusion of this seminar, you may find many of these questions have been resolved from a solid Biblical foundation.

We invite you to join us as we explore issues of significance for living life to its fullest by removing the fear of death and judgment.

Seminar Sessions:

  1. Meet Satan: Yes, he is a real being.
  2. Greek vs Jewish Concepts of Death and Resurrection
  3. The Soul, part 1
  4. The Soul, part 2
  5. What Happens When We Die?
  6. What is Hell?
  7. The Millennium
  8. Is God Seeking Blood Revenge?