RealTime October 2007

Mixing Politics and Religion
October 1, 2007

Jesus told Pilate, My Kingdom is not of this world” (John.18:36). Nevertheless, debates have raged almost ever since over how Christians should expect their religious convictions to play out in government. I’m not talking about Christians voting their faith-based conscience. That is a simple and obvious responsibility, whereas the overall subject of politics mixed with…

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Jewish Facts of Life

This month’s markers in Jewish history: October 1881: Eliezer Ben Yehuda and his friends decided to speak only Hebrew, marking the beginning of the revival of the language in modern times. October 1945: Nazi war crimes trials began in Nuremberg. October 1946: Ten key Nazis were executed after the Nuremberg trials. October 1958: The foundation…

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Jews for Jesus News

Here’s where you get a free broadside to download and distribute, find out what’s new in Jews for Jesus (including our logo!) and how you can be praying for us. New Logo, Great New Stuff! The difference in the Jews for Jesus” lettering on the banner of this month’s RealTime is a small reflection of…

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Thank You For Praying!

We mentioned last month that our Brooklyn branch (a little under one year old) was planning a week of Sukkot celebrations to help people get to know our staff. We thought you would enjoy seeing a few photos. Click here to see a variety of “Sukkahs” (booths) that sprang up all over Brooklyn, as well…

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Real Deals
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Sneak Peek
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Our regular November newsletter will feature: an article by David Brickner titled Images and Impressions”; an introduction to our new trainees; an article by Ruth Rosen titled “Thanksgiving: More than Manners”; Moishe’s Musings on the Image of God at Calvary; Bits from the Branches in Washington, D.C., Dnepropetrovsk, Moscow and South Florida.”

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