Aaron writes, "Most Christians who would say they support Israel are no doubt sincere, but the fact is, they really don’t actually know much about this country. Israel is “the Land of the Bible” but it’s not a museum."
Aaron writes, "Seeing Israel right in front of their faces forces people to consider the possibility that if the Bible was telling the truth about the re-gathering of the Jewish People and the reconstitution of their country on the map of the world, than maybe it’s telling the truth about all that other stuff..."
Aaron writes, "As an Israeli Police officer who gave an informal security briefing I recently attended put it, they are bracing for attacks that will be “all of the above, all the time, everywhere, all at once.” What can Israel’s Christian friends do to help?"
Aaron writes, "The modern State of Israel, with all of its imperfections and faults, is a project of the God of the Bible. I’m not a prophet, but I predict that as we move forward fewer and fewer people, Jewish or not, who don’t believe in the God of the Bible are going to support Israel or even not be opposed to it."
Aaron writes, "Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m really passionate about three things, the Bible, my family and fitness. The gifts I want to suggest for your consideration cover these three areas."
Aaron writes, "More and more these days, I’m understanding why the writers of the New Testament compared the life of a follower of Jesus Christ to the life of an athlete."
Aaron writes, "So, if you are reading this and wondering how to pray for Israel in this situation, pray that these people will stop being so proud of their technology and instead humble themselves before God..."
Aaron writes, "Traditionally, Israel has argued that Western countries should support it because it is “the only true democracy in the Middle East.” That used to garner a lot of sympathy in Western countries, but it’s becoming less and less relevant for several reasons."
Aaron writes, "You can’t grow closer to Jesus Christ by studying the spiritual and/or theological teachings of people who reject the New Testament in general and specifically the Gospel of Jesus Christ."
Aaron writes, "One of the most difficult (and most abused) passages in the entire Bible is Matthew 7:22-24, which says..."