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The Jewish Calendar

The feasts of Israel are unequivocally unique. They are unique because they were established by the Word of God. They are unique because they belong to a unique people—the Jewish people. They are unique because they picture and foreshadow the person and work of the promised Messiah.Read More...

The Jews: Diversity With a Common Loyalty

The history of a people is like a river that flows between two banks. Even when it twists and winds through different lands, it is still the same river.Read More...

Different Jews: Various Branches of Judaism

Headline Israel: MESSIAH CAN’T BE FAR OFF… Fundamentalist Jews are also interpreting the Gulf War as the catalyst that will hasten their own end-time scenario and their long-awaited Messiah. Read More...

The Jewish People, A Jew or Not a Jew?

A rabbi tells a story of his days in rabbinical school. As part of his curriculum, the professor asked his students to list the names of the ten greatest Jews of the 20th century. The students wrote such names as Einstein, Freud, and Herzl. Read More...

The Jewish Life Cycle

When people visit Mea Shearim, one of the most Orthodox communities in all of Israel, or observe the crowds gathered at the Western Wall of Herod’s Temple in Jerusalem, questions often arise: What motivates people to be so committed?Read More...