Jeffrey Gutterman

Jeffrey Gutterman

Jeffrey Gutterman is a Bible teacher and speaker as well as a writer. He has spoken at the Conservative Theological Society, Scofield Prophecies Studies Conferences, as well as a many churches and Bible study groups. He has also taught at Ariel Ministries’ Camp Shoshanah.

Jeffrey has authored many articles for Scofield Prophecy Studies on the subjects of “The Reformation and the Jewish People,” and “Dispensationalism and the Jewish People.”  He has also authored chapters for Dr. Mal Couch’s book, To The Jew First. He is co-author of the autobiography of Ruth Wardell, a worker with Chosen People Ministries who led Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum to the Lord.

He holds a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Long Island University, a Masters of Science in Education from Fordham University, a Masters of Theological Studies from Tyndale Theological Seminary, and a Doctorate of Ministry with Scofield Graduate School and Seminary.

Jeff Gutterman, with his wife Ana, founded My Firstborn Son Ministries. This is a teaching ministry that exists to promote and sustain an inter-faith dialogue between Jewish and Christian people with an emphasis on the rich Jewish heritage of the Christian faith. This ministry also has a program called The Israel Project, which reaches out to Jewish believers in the land of Israel.

He is currently a field representative for Ariel Ministries.