Elhanan writes, "The phenomenon of the utterance in tongues arose first at Mount Sinai at Shavuot, seven weeks after the exodus from Egypt. There the Ten Words were given by the Creator in a voice heard by the entire nation of Israel..."
Elhanan writes, "Fifty years ago at this time the City of David, of Solomon and Hezekiah, of Isaiah and Jeremiah and Paul and Peter and Jesus was delivered back into the hands of the Jewish people after a two thousand year hiatus."
Elhanan writes, "Do I say one thing and do another, making myself a hypocrite by definition? Do I profess faith in the Messiah, and by my actions deny that faith?"
Elhanan writes, "The making of war is a relatively easy state to fall into, like a child who is capable of knocking down everything in the den, whereas the task of taking the mess and making of it peace is far more challenging."
Elhanan writes, "Unexpected by most of the world’s religions and nations, the remnant of the exiled and scattered Jewish people have returned to the very city from which they were exiled nearly 2000 years ago."
Elhanan writes, "He who created all the wonders under the sun, and the sun as well, has ways that are not our ways. For example the pearl..."
Elhanan writes, "As a new and virulent form of anti-Semitism resurges, so the war burns against Christianity, Christians, and the Christ, who is a Jew of the Jews."
Elhanan writes, "As with Churchill, those who would speak out about dangers to society are often themselves spoken against. But those with a clear vision must nevertheless speak out. "
Elhanan writes, "The man and the woman in dynamic complement and tension, in contrast and counterpoint, is the quintessential expression of the love of God, an idea not dreamed up by the lusts of humankind, but emanating from the Creator Himself."
Elhanan writes, "But one came along in the history of humankind to provide an example of a much better way, of love rather than hate, of forgiveness rather than revenge, but his pleading message is much spoken against, left as an impossible dream to be mocked and scoffed..."