Israel’s 47 Christian Schools Face a Murky Future
Government says promised funds to stave off financial collapse will come soon.
Israel's 47 Christian Schools Face a Murky Future. 0; tweet; share; email; print. Last week, Israel's Christian schools warned that they were in “immediate danger of collapsing financially.”.
Weekend Edition—May 13, 2016
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[T]he majority of Israeli Christians (72%) believe Israel cannot be both a democracy and a Jewish state, though most Israeli Jews (76%) believe it can be fully both.
Por qué Dios nos permite permanecer débiles
En esta parte de la historia, descubrimos que Gedeón está hablando con Dios: “Y mirándole Jehová, le dijo: 'Ve con esta tu fuerza, y salvarás a Israel de la mano de los madianitas.
African Pilgrims Pour into Uganda for Martyrs Day
President wants Protestants to replicate the tourism success of Catholics.
in 2015. Jerusalem was the most popular destination for Israel's 3 million visitors in 2015, and more than half of those tourists were Christians. The Dead
Why God Gives Us Weakness
How I’ve come to identify with Gideon the wimp.
At this point in the story, we find out that Gideon is speaking to the Lord: “The Lord turned to him and said, 'Go in the strength you have and save Israel out of Midian's hand.
Theological Education as a Partner in the Mission
The influence of theological institutions should be directional.
Well, that started as a good idea. Too bad it didn't stay on track.” It is little different than Paul's assessment of Israel: “I can testify about them that they
Evangelicals Cheer Pro-Life Vote at Methodist Conference
(UPDATE) On the last day of the General Conference, Methodists repeal four decades of Roe v Wade support.
a series of divestment resolutions, the church also voted to cut ties between its missions agency and the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, which some consider anti-Israel.
Reading Esther in the Shadow of ISIS
A Jewish philosopher’s perspective on how God delivers his people from radical evil.
Hazony suggests that this is why Muslim nations cannot abide the presence of tiny Israel in a corner of what was once the Ottoman Empire: it challenges the desire of Muslims to control