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ISSUES interviews Nancy Ellen Abrams, author of A God That Could be Real: Spirituality, Science, and the Future of our Planet.
Lise Meitner, who helped discover nuclear fission in 1938, was as shocked as the rest of the world when the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
The Jewish people have always had opponents, because God’s plans have always had an opponent, one whom the Scriptures call the adversary.
The real evil behind anti-Semitism is that the Jewish people have been blamed for the earth’s woes throughout the centuries, but they are actually the solution to the earth’s problems.
Anti-Semitism threatens the foundations of the Christian faith and undermines the saving message of the gospel.
Many Jewish people are afraid to open the New Testament because of what so-called “Christians” have done in the name of Jesus.
A young man encounters virulent anti-Semitism in college, but discovers that Christians who truly follow Jesus love the Jewish people.
A seemingly harmless game of cards in high school led to a long-term gambling addiction…
A young man wonders if his life of dropping out and drugs has left him totally without hope…
One area that always got the best of Karol was food, which had become an addiction and obsession.
When Harry Chapin led the crowd in singing a Christmas carol, this young Jewish woman found herself crying unexpectedly.
“My Jewish husband doesn’t believe in Jesus, so how can I find spiritual harmony in our case?”
If Jesus is the Messiah, maybe instead of Chinese food and comedy, we should think about celebrating his birth in Jewish style.
No matter what a person wears, to the Almighty, haute couture is irrelevant.
New York Fashion Week and Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, can find themselves tangled together in a ball of devotion and duty.
Susan Salzman, now the rebbetzin at Beth Messiah Congregation in Livingston, New Jersey, once worked in the heart of the fashion industry in New York City.
God spoke to me just as clearly as in a conversation you might have with your friend over a cup of coffee.
Prayer doesn’t have to be formal or fancy; it’s a conversation with God.
Ruth Gottlieb escaped the roundup of Jews in France, fled by foot over the Alps – and that’s just the beginning of her adventures.
Jealous of the peace he saw in Christians, Barry B. was afraid he would be betraying his people – until he met a Jewish believer in Jesus.
The son of an SS officer, Werner Oder is now grateful to God for the privilege of standing for Israel and the Jews in a world of increasing anti-Semitism.
In some cases, Holocaust survivors have not even told their children they are Jewish. I am one of those children.
Knitting is just a hobby for me. But in the Nazi death camp of Sobibor in Eastern Poland, knitting saved several Jewish women from death.
The New Testament should resonate with us Jews, not least because it reflects Jewish core values that are part of Jewish life to this day.
Tikkun olam has become a favorite Hebrew catch phrase for repairing the world. But this is not possible until our own hearts are repaired. Is there someone who can do that?