A Publication of Tikkun International®,
Tents of Mercy & Revive Israel

July 2012 Vol 21, No 7
Tikkun Ministries | Bookstore | Donate | Feedback

  Daniel Juster: Until recently, being an Evangelical meant that one was tied to accepting all of the Bible as the Word of God and of it being fully trustworthy. The late, great dean of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Dr. Kenneth Kantzer (1917-2002), spoke of a new phenomenon that continues to this day which he dubbed liberal Evangelicals.
  Marty Shoub: Gabriel's words to Miriam (Mary) are packed with significance for both Jews and Gentiles. The Savior is a king - not just any king but the promised descendant of David who will rule over "the House of Jacob forever".
  David: The re-birth on the land is fleshed out by living on it, connecting to it and farming the land so as to restore its fruitfulness. For over 100 years this has been a central and vital part of Zionism - pioneers cooperating together to settle the deserted places and make the land flourish once again.
  Mati Shoshani: An essential part of our lives as followers of Yeshua is to improve the communities we live in. Yeshua spoke of fulfilling the commandments through showing compassion and meeting the needs of others. Human trafficking in Israel is a terrible crime. According to the words and example of Yeshua, I felt compelled to act.

All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicted, are taken from the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

Subscribe to the Revive Israel weekly e-mail update
Visit the main Tikkun website

Request a paper copy of this issue
Switch to receiving just an email newsletter in future
Switch to receiving paper copies of the newsletter in future
Remove me from the e-mail Newsletter distribution
Follow us on Facebook!
Did you enjoy these articles?
Please let us know what you think or if you would like to comment on the material:

Tikkun International®, Inc. is not affiliated with TIKKUN magazine, the Institute for Labor and Mental Health, or Rabbi Michael Lerner.