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Veterans Day

Veterans Day

My paternal grandfather (pictured at left with my grandmother) served during WWII in the South Pacific in the Army’s searchlight and radar units. My maternal grandfather served in the Army in the Pacific during the Korean War. My Dad also served our country as a Navy Seabee […]

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Remembering Chaim Yedidyah

Chaim Yedidyah Pollak, also called Theophilus Lucky—and sometimes even Christian Theophilus Lucky—was a Messianic Jewish luminary, a man of passion, intrigue, and mystery. Lucky was born in 1854 in Galicia, which now belongs to present-day Ukraine, into a religious home and community. Lucky himself claims that he […]

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My Journey to Now

When I was a Christian, I thought of Christianity as the only true way to approach the Old and New Testament.  I believed that G-d loved the modern State of Israel and that He loved the Jewish People.  But… I also believed that He wanted all the […]

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