Elhanan writes, "We as servants of YHVH, unpopular like Noah in his day not so different from ours, speak across a widening chasm where understanding is diminished in the increasing distance."
Elhanan writes, "When all the onion skins are finally peeled away, is truth left there to be seen- one truth for all? In the shifting history of human societies truth has been sought after by many philosophers and savants and religious figures throughout the ages..."
Elhanan writes, "For the sake of dreamers and theological speculators counting angels on the head of pins, sprouting doctrines of certainty about death and other mysteries unknowable to the living, God has slammed a harsh reality before their faces."
Elhanan writes, "And the very learned gather in vain in the night to find a formula to untie the Gordian Knot, seeking the sword Excalibur to slice the Holy City and Land into appeasing pieces for peace..."
Sin is a word that has become very unpopular and fallen almost into disuse in our time. In the secular world it is nothing...
Elhanan writes, "There is little doubt that the parting of the Holy Land is central to all nations in their political programs to solve the longstanding great controversy. But the prophets Joel, Zechariah, Ezekiel, Isaiah, Micah and others foresee a day of reckoning over Jerusalem..."
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?"