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A three-part seminar in Hebrew on the purpose of the churchm its' structure, officers, function, its teaching ministry and nature of its' services

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Is Perfect Justice Acheiveble in the Israel-Palestinian Conflict?

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A Discussion of the history of the conflict and some of the moral implications involved

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This article deals with grace and government in the present conflict with terror. The word "grace" in our title stands for the Gospel, and therefore for the church. Hence our discussion will focus on the respective roles of the church and of government in the present world conflict, and of the relation between these two bodies. Our topic will be divided into three headings: The Role of Government in the Conflict with Terror; The Role of the Church in the Conflict with Terror; and A Brief Review of Present Realities and the Possibilities They Present. 

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The Holocaust is a traumatic experience for Jews and for many gentiles. It has driven a large number of Jews to the despair of atheism and is frequently referred to as having a major impact on how the church relates to Israel.

 

Many Christians have been horrified by the abysmal evil which the Holocaust revealed and by their own moral paralysis in the course of the Holocaust. They insist upon the church foregoing any notion of preaching the Gospel to the Jews. Jews have also embraced the Holocaust as a reason why the church should abstain from evangelism of the Jewish people.

What is the truth?

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Who are the Jewish Christians, what do they believe and why? A dilemma for Israel and the church.

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JCOP 19-20 Aspects of the Kingdom of God

The kingdom of God is a vital focus of New Testament revelation. It serves as a basic substructure to much of biblical teaching in the NT no less than in the Old.  Its importance is not only apparent by the frequent explicit references made to it, but by the implicit and assumptive use of the concept in much of what the NT teaches.  For this reason, a proper appreciation and under-standing of the kingdom of God are essential for a valid understanding of the NT itself.

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Integrity is more than we appear to others to be. It has to do with truth in the inner parts(Psa. 51:6), which no others but God and yourself know what is happening. Remember, in the Day of Judgment, God will call into account even the most successfully hidden secrets. He will expose to public scrutiny even what we have whispered in the secret of our friendships and in the inner rooms of our homes (Luke 12:3). Integrity is one of the greatest needs of the church today", says Hughes (123). Of course, he is right. Integrity is apparently something in which the church and its leadership do not engage in sufficiently. We are taken up with appearances, with numbers and with the kind of success that is tangible. We preach that this earth is nothing and that God is not impressed with appearances (I Sam. 16:7), but our actions often betray quite a different view of things. We have forgotten or ignored the high standards which the Gospel teaches and no longer understand aspirations such as those expressed by Tycho Brahe, a Scandinavian astronomer who said that he longed "to be, not to appear to be".

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The paper was written in 1989 and the facts provided are an accurate representation of the state of the church in Israel in that year.  

Information about Israel is as varied as are the reasons for interest in such.  The aim of this report is to present reliable information that is not characterized by exaggeration, wishful thinking or a negative attitude which tends to make light of encouraging signs of progress.  Readers will have to judge how successfully the report has achieved that goal.  It is hoped that the following information provided will help to dispel some common misconceptions about Jewish evangelism:

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The Colossians were devout, serious-minded Christians, willing to forgo earthly pleasures for the Gospel. They were intent on spiritual advancement. All such influences combined in Colossae to form what was understood to be a higher level of spirituality. Yet Paul was displeased and sought to rectify their shortcomings by this letter. Whatever their intentions, their understanding of the Christian Faith made light of Christ and obscured his stupendous glory. History seems to indicate that various forms of the Colossian heresy consistently repeated themselves, hence one of the values of our study. The Colossians developed doctrinal shibboleths and lists of do's and don'ts which served to distinguish between the Truly Faithful and all the others. They considered themselves to be a spiritual elite, in possession of superior knowledge....

 

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