Dwight A. Pryor
December 1945 - February 5, 2011
On Saturday (Shabbat) we lost a husband, father and friend. And the world lost a luminary, a true sage in the biblical tradition. Shalom DAP, until we meet again.
Shabbat - 5 Feb 2011 - Heaven called and Dwight has gone Home
Dwight's heart gave up the fight this morning at 11:00a.m and he peacefully left us to celebrate Shabbat in our eternal home. Free of pain... free to jump and run, to dance and sing at the top of his lungs.Read Article
Condolences and remembrances are pouring in from students around the world honoring our beloved teacher Dwight. Here is a sampling:Read Article
Funeral and Memorial
This page answers questions about a memorial for Dwight.Read Article
Jesus' Resurrection and Our Place in the World to Come
Scripture assures us that the dead in Christ shall be raised incorruptible and
immortal at the Last Day. But where are they presently? LISTEN FOR FREE.
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With awe and trembling Dwight gives insight into the mystery of "Encountering the Holy."Learn More
Sin and Redemption or Covenant and Blessing?
"I still remember hearing this lecture for the first time; it was an absolute game changer. Nothing about my faith, practice and ministry has been the same since."
- Testimony of a Pastor and Haverim MemberLearn More
Holy! Holy! Holy!
What really is the holiness of God? How can we respond in radical amazement to an utterly awesome and holy God?Learn More
Wrestling with Hebrews
One of the most beloved books in the New Testament is also one of the most puzzling and problematic. The Epistle to the Hebrews (as it came to be called) significantly shaped Christian thought from the earliest centuries. Indeed an early manuscript placed it immediately after Romans. A MORE HEBRAIC reading of Hebrews in its first-century setting is possible. Here are some suggestions...Read More
Principles of Jewish Prayer
Prayer is a precious privilege and a sacred obligation, one that should be exercised, cultivated and developed by every believer and community of faith. A study of Jewish prayer can illuminate and enrich our understanding and practice of this “service of the heart.”Read More
“Be Ye Holy!”
The God who is altogether Holy—“Kadosh, Kadosh, Kadosh, Adonai Tz’vaot!” (Isa 6:1)—requires commensurate holiness in his covenant partners.Read More
Condolences and remembrances are pouring in from students around the world honoring our beloved teacher Dwight. Here is a sampling:Read More
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