Professor of Jewish Studies & Languages
Brian Tice was certified as a Conservadox moreh in May of 2000. He also holds a rabbinical semikha from Ysharim USA since 2016. He obtained his B.Sci. in Bible and Ancient Languages from Cornerstone University and his M.Sci. in Higher Education with an emphasis on Classical Hebrew Andragogy from Purdue University Global. He also studied Music and Modern Languages at Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Jewish Studies at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, and Middle Eastern History at Tel Aviv University.
Professor Tice has taught Hebrew, Hermeneutics, and Tanakh Exegesis for Cornerstone University (as a Graduate Assistant) and Take Hold Ministry School. He also developed a number of courses for International Messianic Torah Institute and Messianic Jewish Rabbinate as well as teaching homeschool music and cantillation courses in the Grand Rapids area (Michigan). He also works as senior research scholar for Manuscript Research Group/Inspired Cultural and Academic Exhibitions in Spring Lake (Michigan).
Professor Tice has delivered the D’var Torah on the “Torah Foundations of Our Faith” radio program on Hebrew Nation Radio on two occasions.
Professor Tice contributes to tikkun olam by working with the Willing to Wait Leadership Team, an abstinence education ministry of the Pregnancy Resource Center and ministering to the local homeless and poor. He has also volunteered with Little Mary’s Hospitality House, a camp ministry for families with children battling life-threatening or terminal illnesses, for 11 years; Habitat for Humanity for 7 years; Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kalamazoo for 6 years; and several homeless ministries.