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Joel Richardson, author of “When a Jew Rules the World,” discusses what the Bible really says about the centrality of Israel in God’s plans for the future.
A few years have passed since I wrote the first Hashkama article. At that time I was thinking of retiring and producing an article maybe two or three times a year. I needed to give this little new project a title and a friend in Israel suggested the Hebrew word Hashkama. It means Wake Up! It was appropriate for what I had in mind.
It was about that time that Steve Maltz asked to meet with me, and he suggested that I think about writing a weekly column for Kesherweb. I agreed to give it a go, and the rest, as they say, is history.
... AND HOW IT CAN FIND IT AGAIN
by Steve Maltz
Tackling the ‘uncomfortable truth’ for the Church, this book packs a heavyweight punch in a lightweight package. With great clarity and style the author explains how the Church has been strangled by its past and how the faith in Jesus Christ was infiltrated by pagan ideas from Greek philosophy that have remained to this day. This book exposes and explains how this affects our understanding of the Bible, God, Church and everything in-between. In this provocative, entertaining and encouraging book, we will explore our true roots and discover practical keys to move forwards.
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Most schools should include non-religious worldviews in their curriculum, the High Court has indicated. Mr Justice Warby said that Education Secretary Nicky Morgan had made an "error in law" by suggesting that a new Religious Studies GCSE syllabus that excludes beliefs such as humanism, would "fulfil" the state's religious education duties. Andrew Copson, chief executive of the British Humanist Association described the ruling as a "stunning victory." (From Christian Weekly News / Christian Concern 28/11/15)