Jewish Chosenness

Jewish Chosenness

By Walter Russell Mead, Providence— The Christmas story suggests that we can somehow try to be loyal members of our nations, our families, our tribes—and to reach out to the broader human community of which we are also a part. Back in the beginning of the...
Passover for Messianic Lite

Passover for Messianic Lite

What is Passover? The book of Exodus tells us that four hundred years after the time of Joseph the Hebrew people had multiplied greatly, filling the land of Egypt. The Egyptians resented all the Hebrews. They made them slaves and forced them to do back-breaking work...
Season of our joy

Season of our joy

By Hannah Nesher, Voice for Israel— As we celebrate the Festival of Sukkot סֻּכּוֹת (Feast of Tabernacles or Booths), we complete the annual Biblical cycle of the feasts (called mo’adim in Hebrew) that occur in the fall. As an agricultural festival, Sukkot marks...
Why Jesus died

Why Jesus died

By Charles Gardner, Israel Today— Persecution of the Jews – at least from those supposedly following Jesus – would perhaps have been largely avoided if the Church had fully understood the Messianic promises of the Tenach (Old Testament). Biblical illiteracy...