Elhanan writes, "The entire biblical theme speaks of an unfolding historical process leading to an ultimate purpose and culmination. Today’s events in Israel are part of that ongoing process in G-d’s continuing and unbroken history."
Elhanan writes, "It is over and against these multiple gods that Israel, a tiny nation of people, were commissioned to serve the revealed YHVH as his witnesses. They were admonished to not serve these gods of gold and silver and stone, but the one living Creator of all the universe."
Elhanan writes, "The Holy Book lies open upon the altar, wrapped in a dense fog of dogma and doctrine, of mere speculations on matters not given unto men to know, neither doctrines of death and its detailed aftermath, nor the means and devices by which the Creation occurred."
Elhanan writes, "The Creator is known as omnipotent, omniscient, and all-in-all. Then how is it we might have free will?"
Elhanan writes, "In psychiatric terms if one ‘hears voices’ he is suspected of a mental disorder, even schizophrenia. But I hear voices. I hear the myriads of voices... But there is one that is distinctly my own. Then there is another, one that chimes in gently at times to fuse with my own, but clearly that of Another, one of great wisdom and inspiration."
Elhanan writes, "This is a phenomenon little dreamed of for two millennia, as Jerusalem lay mourning in her ruins, and waiting. Few dreamed that the Jewish people would ever actually return and rebuild the ancient ruined cities, and prevail against overwhelming enemies."
Elhanan writes, "The Land of Israel has been promised by the Landlord YHVH, Creator of the world(s), as an everlasting inheritance to the Jewish people for a thousand generations: He is the Lord our God, his judgments are in all the earth."
Elhanan writes, "The Torah was given as a blessing by God "that it might be well with you and your children," (Deut. 12:28) not as a punishment, which so many Christians have proclaimed."
Elhanan writes, "Therefore the promises made to the Jews in this world are not cancelled by the coming of the Messiah, but affirmed..."
Elhanan writes, "As Israeli followers of Messiah here, we all do our best to promote peace with our Arab neighbors, having friendly contact with them almost daily. Some of us take part in groups that meet together with Palestinians to forge friendly ties and understanding. But these churches who wish to punish us all here in Israel, are thoroughly counter-productive."