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Ya'akov Ne'eman
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ya''akov Ne''eman is an Israeli lawyer and the current Minister of Justice. On December 8, 2009, while serving as the Minister of Justice, Ne''eman gave a speech at a Judicial Conference in Jerusalem said that he believed that Halakha should gradually be made binding law in Israel, with the ultimate goal of making Israel a Halachic state. "Step by step, we will bestow upon the citizens of Israel the laws of the Torah and we will turn Halakha into the binding law of the nation . We must bring back the heritage of our fathers to the nation of Israel. The Torah has the complete solution to all of the questions we are dealing with." In effect, the Justice Minister of a Modern Democracy called for the replacement of the nation''s civil law by Mosaic theocratic law. Essentially he took the same relative structural positions as the most extreme fundamentalist Moslems who call for Sharia (Islamic Law) to govern modern society.

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Antisemitism in the United States
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Antisemitism in the United States, American Jews, Anti-Defamation League, Nation of Islam and antisemitism, New antisemitism, Israel, Palestinians, and the United Nations, Progressive Jewish Thought and the New Anti-Semitism, Republican Party (United States) presidential primaries, 1992, United States Department of Education, Nation of Islam

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Ya'akov Ne'eman
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ya''akov Ne''eman is an Israeli lawyer and the current Minister of Justice. On December 8, 2009, while serving as the Minister of Justice, Ne''eman gave a speech at a Judicial Conference in Jerusalem said that he believed that Halakha should gradually be made binding law in Israel, with the ultimate goal of making Israel a Halachic state. "Step by step, we will bestow upon the citizens of Israel the laws of the Torah and we will turn Halakha into the binding law of the nation . We must bring back the heritage of our fathers to the nation of Israel. The Torah has the complete solution to all of the questions we are dealing with." In effect, the Justice Minister of a Modern Democracy called for the replacement of the nation''s civil law by Mosaic theocratic law. Essentially he took the same relative structural positions as the most extreme fundamentalist Moslems who call for Sharia (Islamic Law) to govern modern society.

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A Nation Under God
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What does it mean to be a nation under God? What does a nation under God look like? Why would a nation want to be under God? What are the implications of choosing to be a nation under God? What are the implications of choosing not to be a nation under God? Where can we find answers to these questions? The Bible contains the unique history of one nation - Israel - who was selected and called to be a nation under God. It only seems logical then to rediscover what this Biblical history has to say. Israel found the calling difficult and at times confusing. Sometimes she longed to live under God and sometimes she rebelled at the thought - she, too, experienced the polar extremes. So God gave a hard task to the prophet Jeremiah. He assigned Jeremiah - following years of Israelite rebellion and struggle - to confront the Israelites with their rebellion and to call them back to living under God's design and rule. From Jeremiah, then, we can learn what being under God - living by His design and rule - is about. There are other parts of the Bible where these and similar questions are addressed, but nowhere as consistently and forcefully as in Jeremiah.

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A Nation Under God
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What does it mean to be a nation under God? What does a nation under God look like? Why would a nation want to be under God? What are the implications of choosing to be a nation under God? What are the implications of choosing not to be a nation under God? Where can we find answers to these questions? The Bible contains the unique history of one nation - Israel - who was selected and called to be a nation under God. It only seems logical then to rediscover what this Biblical history has to say. Israel found the calling difficult and at times confusing. Sometimes she longed to live under God and sometimes she rebelled at the thought - she, too, experienced the polar extremes. So God gave a hard task to the prophet Jeremiah. He assigned Jeremiah - following years of Israelite rebellion and struggle - to confront the Israelites with their rebellion and to call them back to living under God's design and rule. From Jeremiah, then, we can learn what being under God - living by His design and rule - is about. There are other parts of the Bible where these and similar questions are addressed, but nowhere as consistently and forcefully as in Jeremiah.

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Israel Today
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Israel Today offers a concise and enlightened description of the challenges Israel has encountered since its founding in 1948. In elegant prose, Haim Gordon depicts the dynamic historical developments that have led to the return of the Jewish people to the land of their forefathers and to the establishment of contemporary Israel. More specifically, Gordon analyzes the country's precarious relations to its neighbors and the dangers to national security it faces from the outside. Internal problems arise from the need to blend into one nation the many thousands of Jews who have arrived from more than 120 lands to join in the building of the Jewish State. These historical details revolve around an eloquent discussion of daily life in Israel today, featuring aspects such as politics, economics, education, and Jewish spirituality.

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The Distinctions Between the Kingdom of Heaven ...
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Church leaders, religious authorities, and many other people of God speak of the Kingdoms Of Heaven and God as though they are one and the same. They often use them interchangeably. Nothing could be further from the truth. The Kingdom of Heaven is God's promise to the nation of Israel that they will have their Messiah sit on the throne of a restored Israel for a thousand years, followed by Israel being the only nation of all to have an identity in eternity. It is a physical, literal, visible kingdom. The Kingdom of God is a spiritual kingdom, universal, and including all believers, past, present and future. We can enter it only by the New Birth through the Holy Spirit. It is inward and spiritual. In this book you will learn to distinguish between the two kingdoms, will see why it is so important, and will be able to interpret your Bible as never before.

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Israel Today
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Israel Today offers a concise and enlightened description of the challenges Israel has encountered since its founding in 1948. In elegant prose, Haim Gordon depicts the dynamic historical developments that have led to the return of the Jewish people to the land of their forefathers and to the establishment of contemporary Israel. More specifically, Gordon analyzes the country's precarious relations to its neighbors and the dangers to national security it faces from the outside. Internal problems arise from the need to blend into one nation the many thousands of Jews who have arrived from more than 120 lands to join in the building of the Jewish State. These historical details revolve around an eloquent discussion of daily life in Israel today, featuring aspects such as politics, economics, education, and Jewish spirituality.

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Israel, Church, and the Gentiles in the Gospel ...
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Matthias Konradt explores a problem central to the theological conception of the Gospel of Matthew: What is the cause for the transition from the Israel-centered activities of Jesus and his disciples previous to Easter to the universal mission after Easter, and how is the formation of the church related to Israel's role as God's chosen nation in Matthew's concept? In conjunction with a detailed scrutiny of the traditional interpretation that Matthew propagates the replacement of Israel by the church and - in keeping with this - of the mission to Israel by the universal mission, the author maintains that the Israel-centered and the universal dimension of salvation are positively interconnected in the narrative conception, in which Matthew develops Jesus' messianic identity as the Son of David and the Son of God. Published in North America by Baylor University Press, Waco.

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