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When Does a Faith Become a Culture?

This morning on Fandango’s This, That, and the Other blog, I read a post of his called Share Your World — Coffee and Climate. He was responding to a Share Your World challenge on another blog. One of the questions was If you drink coffee, how do you […]

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Sukkot in Genesis

I have been fascinated with allusions to the festivals of Israel in the book of Genesis. I wrote an article on Passover in Genesis for Messiah Journal [1], and I wrote a blog post on Rosh HaShanah in Genesis last fall. My premise is that the festivals […]

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US Cuts Palestinian Funding, Amnesty for IDF Draft Dodgers, and Hannah’s Tomb.

The U.S. cut all funding for Palestinian refugees, but Israeli Defense officials want to find replacement funds, IDF mandatory service dodgers get a break for the holidays, and new archeological finds include an ancient convent on Hannah’s grave. U.S. Cuts Funding to UNRWA At the close of […]

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