Once a Slave

Some years ago, when video tapes were still in use, I watched a message given at a conference by an ...
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The Time of God’s Favor

What does it mean when we say “the time of God’s favor”? It is a phrase (et ratzon) found in ...
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A Time to Study

At the Caspari Center, we encourage people to come and study in the land of the Bible. We love to ...
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Dominus Flevit: A Reminder

On the Mount of Olives, there is a small chapel built as a memorial to the time when Jesus wept ...
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The Battles of Arad

Arad is one of the many Israeli cities that is both ancient and modern. This ancient city is mentioned in ...
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Treasures in the Story

The Story of the Bible, God's Master Story, consists of many individual stories and some non-narrative material, as well. About ...
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December: The Month of Hanukkah and Christmas

This year (2016/5777) Hanukkah and Christmas fall on the same day. December 25 is Christmas Day, and also the first ...
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“It’s All About Relationships”

Caspari Center hosted a seminar on fundraising in the beginning of November. At the two-day seminar, 16 participants were introduced ...
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Sermon on the Mount

But I Tell You During the past few years I’ve had the privilege to get to know two Jewish views ...
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Martyrs of the Past and Present

The 1st of November (or the next Sunday after that) is celebrated as the All Saints’ Day in the Western ...
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Evangelism Goes Electronic

Walk down any given street in Israel, and you will notice Israelis around you: walking ... and staring down at ...
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Blessed and Connected by Israel

“I envy you, you are doubly blessed! You are Jewish and have Jesus. I only have Jesus," came a comment ...
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No Stone above Stone

The first time I remember reading that there’s a day dedicated to the remembrance of the destruction of the temple ...
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Law and Gospel

When a Protestant Christian meets a Messianic Jew, they often find that they use the most basic terms in very ...
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“How did Germany treat you, Alec?”

That question was the opening of a casual email from a colleague the other day. Just a little over a ...
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Messianic Jews and ‘Messianic Muslims’

The Messianic Jewish movement is a newcomer on the missiological scene: an “insider movement” that tries to plant a New ...
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