Learning has always been sacred to the Hebrew peoples. The progression from knowledge to understanding to wisdom has been the quest of prophets and sages, of apostles and teachers, of men and women of God from time immemorial. The passion to know with a view toward doing is central to Jewish individual and corporate identity. Literacy and education have long been the hallmarks of God's chosen people and have contributed to their success.

An unquenchable love for truth is essential to the success of Christian education. Until now, however, the historical and theological truth that earliest Christianity was inherently Jewish, both in concept and in practice, has been largely neglected in Christian education.

The vision for Hebraic Heritage Christian Center (HHCC) is to meet the growing international demand for a high-quality Christian education that provides students with an in-depth understanding of Christianity's Hebrew foundations.

We believe that the most important aspect of the Hebraic roots restoration is its effort to help believers become more like Jesus Christ by imparting to them a clearer understanding of their Hebrew Lord. It is our desire to have a positive impact on our churches and world by equipping our students with the knowledge and skills needed to disciple others, helping them regain the richness and depth of their Hebraic and apostolic heritage.

The passion to renew Christianity's biblical roots is fundamental to the vision of Hebraic Heritage Christian Center. The curriculum and methodology that have emerged from this vision are designed to renew the understanding and lifestyle of Christianity's earliest Jewish leaders, the doctrines and practices of the early church.

We have created Hebraic Heritage Christian Center to enrich and reestablish biblical foundations of Christian thought, while affirming and building upon the biblical and theological scholarship of the apostles, the Church Fathers, the Reformers, and denominational leaders of today.

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