Posts Tagged FFOZ

Hanukkah and the Light of Creation

Hanukkah is the Festival of Lights. The Jewish historian Josephus records that the festival was called by that name from before the time of the apostles. [1] He claims it was called that because the deliverance that was beyond all hope and reason appeared unto the Jewish […]

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The Burma Road

During Israel’s War of Independence, the fate of Jerusalem teetered precariously along the cliffs and ridges of a narrow, twisting shepherd’s path—the so-called Burma Road. The real Burma Road traverses seven hundred miles of perilous mountainous switchbacks that link Burma with Southwest China; control of the Burma […]

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A Sanctuary in the Fourth Dimension

In his book The Sabbath, Jewish philosopher Abraham Joshua Heschel writes about the Sabbath as a sanctuary in time. Just as there are holy places in the world that we might regard as sanctuaries in space, the Sabbath is a holy day, and it creates a sanctuary […]

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