Happy Birthday Israel: Many Jewish Views
Author: Matt Sieger

Whether it is the threat of nuclear attack or terrorist bombs, it is no wonder that many Israelis and Jews in the Diaspora question if there is any hope for peace in the Middle East or survival at all.

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Why Are the Jewish People Called the “Chosen People?”
Author: Avi Snyder

When God in the Hebrew Scriptures refers to the Jewish people as chosen, he’s saying that he selected them to serve a specific purpose and to carry out a particular task. So what is it we were set apart to do?

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Is Jesus everything?
October 1, 2014
Author: David Brickner

If we reinterpret God’s promises to Israel, we undermine the very basis for our confidence in the faithfulness of God.

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Gaza and the God of Israel
July 18, 2014
Author: Iris Adler

Despite the circumstances, God is keeping Israel safe and reversing attempts to destroy her.

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A Promise Kept
November 8, 2013
Author: David Brickner

How do you feel when someone makes you a promise and then breaks it? Depending on the importance of the promise or the person, it might be anything from mild disappointment to a deep sense of betrayal. Or maybe you know what it’s like to be the one who broke a...

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Israel Among the Nations Redux
November 1, 2009
Author: David Brickner

British Historian Arnold J. Toynbee had a social Darwinian theory concerning the rise and inevitable fall of all nations, including Israel. In his seminal ten-volume work, A Study of History, the esteemed scholar reflected on the continuing existence of the Jewish...

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Israel and the Church – A Replacement?
October 1, 2006
Author: Moishe Rosen

Every serious Christian needs to ask, “Who and what is Israel? What should it mean to me?”

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Israel: The Land and the People: An Evangelical Affirmation of God’s Promises
September 1, 1998
Author: Rich Robinson

Book Title: Israel: The Land and the People: An Evangelical Affirmation of God’s Promises Author: H. Wayne House Date Published: January 1998 Publisher: Kregel Publications; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition Genre: 1. History 2. Theology ISBN:...

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Simeon
Author: Mark Greene

Of a morning The ancient breeze would unfurl, Gentle on the old man. Together they would go To the place of promise. And promise had been made, Nested in his heart, And promise had lain there, Content for the future. Only occasionally, as the years blew by, Gusted by...

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The Key to Israel’s Defense
Author: Martha Jacobs

The setting sun cast an enchanted glow on the fertile hills. I gazed upon the plush and verdant surroundings. Peach, apple, cherry and pistachio nut trees were plentiful. The fields were cultivated and teeming with life. Some modern structures stood out boldly,...

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Whose Land Is It?
Author: Louis Goldberg

The man had a responsible position in the Jordanian government at the time Jordan controlled East Jerusalem. As a diplomat, he was accustomed to hiding his strongest emotions under a thick cloak of civility. When I, a Jewish believer, broached the subject of Zionism...

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Another Holocaust?
Author: Louis Goldberg

Another holocaust? Perish the thought! How can we bear to think of another horror when the European holocaust massacred six million Jewish people, one third of all Jews living at the time. Of the six million, one million were children. PAINFUL MEMORIES Difficult to...

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This Land is Mine

More often than not, the claim to Palestine as a Jewish homeland has been based upon historical and national rights. All this changed when Menachem Begin became Prime Minister of Israel. Historical and national claims were not discarded, but took secondary place to...

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