October/November 1983

Sin...Beyond Any Man-Made Antidote

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SIN: Universal in Scope  Deadly in Effect  Beyond any Man-made Antidote

Let me say it up front — unadorned and without fear of contradiction. The supreme mal­ady of the human race — the seed cause of man’s labyrinth of problems is sin.

AN UNEASY TENSION: Jews And Christians Through The Ages Part Three

It is a sad fact to acknowledge that the "church" has been the biggest barrier be­tween Jesus and the Jewish people. The medieval church assumed all of the promises to the Jews and left nothing...

VICTORY AT LAST: King and High Priest Part Four

Israel had just been judged for her sins. For seventy long years the Jewish people had suf­fered in Babylon. A remnant had now returned to Jerusalem and was struggling to reestablish the city.

THE DAY OF THE LORD: Intervention Promised Part Four

Will God? What saith the prophet? Jeremiah said to Judah, "If that nation, against whom I have pronounced, turn from their evil, I [God] will repent of the evil that I thought to do unto them.” (18:8).

Covenant Theology

Over the last three to four hun­dred years Bible-believing schol­ars have developed two distinct approaches to expositing the Bible’s philosophy of history. Each approach has produced a system of theology.

Joel of Jerusalem Oct/Nov 1983

During my visit to North America in the spring, I met a very orthodox Jewish man. We spoke for only a few minutes, but in that short time we became friends.

Daily News from Israel

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made an unannounced trip to Jordan on Tuesday (24th) to meet with King Abdullah II. The two leaders discussed...

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