Miriam Maranzenboim, an American-born Israeli who has lived in Israel since 1977, has made life a little simpler for those of us who have hoped to one day tackle Josephus's Antiquities of the Jews but have never found the time.
According to CBN's pre-release publicity, the documentary goes beyond simply providing clinical details of the military moves that comprised the battle.
"Founded in 1837, the Bible Society of Singapore will conduct an art competition and exhibition entitled Colours of the Bible as part of their 180th anniversary celebration. The event will welcome, and has made it easy for Israeli artists to participate."
FCSI held its third annual Mark Manuscript Bible study conference in March, “a fantastic experience” where Arabic, Hebrew and English speakers spent time studying the Word together.
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An exhibit featuring Jesus is currently on display until April 16 in Jerusalem at the Israel Museum, the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel, ranked among the world’s leading art and archaeology museums.
In 2015, Entrepreneur Magazine named Jerusalem as the no. 1 emerging "tech hub" in the world. The Holy City is home to two of the biggest start-up funding platforms in the world.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently announced an ambitious new plan to grow the north.
Cliff writes, "Thanks to my wife, Marcia’s involvement with Yad Rachamim, a charitable organization in Israel, she and I, along with friends Elisheva and Yulia, were blessed to attend one evening of the event while expecting no more than to be guests at a quiet dinner."
Where does the United States' abrupt abandonment—Donald Trump's election notwithstanding—leave modern Israel, a nation which has since its inception seemed to have placed its faith and trust in America above all others, including the God of Israel?