The messages of Yom Kippur are resonating with Christians all over the world. Although it’s impossible to know exactly how many Christians join the worldwide Jewish community in fasting from sundown to sundown on Yom Kippur, Israel365 News found that Christians who had voluntarily accepted the Yom Kippur fast were anxious to talk about their experiences.
Controversial Evangelical leader doubles down: Calls Israeli govt “Striptease”, vows to “destroy these fools”
“Striptease is a form of entertainment in which a performer gradually undresses to music in a way intended to sexually entice others,” Evans wrote.
A firsthand account by a Christian from the Netherlands who puts herself a personal risk to help bring Jews home from Ukraine.
The Bible clearly tells us that Shabbat (the Sabbath) is an eternal covenant and a sign between God and the Children of Israel, a testimony to the fact that God introduced the concept of rest on the seventh day.
It is well-known that Jews are restricted from praying on the Temple Mount but a recent encounter illustrated how Christians who revere the site are treated in the same roughshod manner by the Waqf (Islamic Religious Authority). This battle for religious equality will determine whether the Temple Mount will take to its Biblical and prophesied role as a “House of Prayer for all Nations.”
“It’s a love story about Israel. I was trying to tell this story so [even] an American high school student, Christian or Jew, can learn something.”
‘I love Israel, and I would like to bring some of Israel’s music technologies and skills to my parents’ home country (Togo),’ says Christian IDF soldier, Stephane Legar.
The candle-lighting ceremony highlights the challenges faced by the Hebrew-speaking Christian community. The community of about 1000 people was born at the tail end of the 1950s, when interfaith couples arrived in Israel, as did Christians who moved to Israel, integrated into the secular life of Israel and spoke Hebrew, all the while retaining their Catholicism.
The Palestinian Authority and Israeli Muslim figures often voice support for Christians and seek to utilize them in the struggle against Israel, but it is the Jewish state that stands out as a defender of Middle East Christians.
A pagan amulet, a fresco depicting the Greek goddess Tyche; and a figurine of one of the regular participants in the alcohol-soaked processions devoted to the god of wine Dionysus all tell the story of ancient Hippos during the transition from the pagan Roman period to the Christian-Byzantine era.