The Death of a Major Rabbi in Israel and an Interview with Dr. Michael Rydelnik on the Arab-Israeli Conflict

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Dr. Brown talks about the spiritual atmosphere in Israel after the death of a revered (and reviled) ultra-Orthodox rabbi Ovadiah Yosef and then talks with guest Dr. Michael Rydelnik, professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute and Dr. Brown’s co-host on next year’s Israel tour. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

 

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: While many Jewish people are fervently waiting for the coming of the Messiah we must pray for their eyes to be opened to recognize the One who has already come is the One who will come again at the end of the age.

 

Hour 2:

 

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It all happened in the land of the Bible, it’s unfolding again in the land of the Bible, and it is too the land of the Bible that Messiah will return and bring everything to a climax.

 

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Other Resources:

An Amazing Jewish Testimony and the Importance of Jewish Outreach

An Interview with Messianic Jewish Rabbi Itzhak Shapira on His New Book “The Return of the Kosher Pig”

An Interview with Prof. Michael Rydelnick on the Messianic Hope and Then Insights on the Messianic Psalms

3 Comments
  1. Where are we in the 6000 years? Is it 5,10,30 years from now? This was a fascinating call that you had, and one that really could pin point the time line- we are only counting 6000 years, We should be right on top of this time line- The caller virtually has the answers right before him.

  2. Being neutral on the issue of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, I often feel uncomfortable when guys like Dr. Rydelnik speak.

    He seems like a sincere guy. He seems like a nice guy. He doesn’t seem like he hates Palestinians.

    But his advocacy was so one sided! He painted a compassionate picture the Jews but then dismissed Palestinian suffering as a military necessity.

    He also seem to cherry-pick facts.

    He never mentioned, for example, the extreme disparity in deaths. So many more Palestinians have died, even though they are supposedly the aggressors.

    PLEASE DO NOT MISUNDERSTAND ME — I am not a Palestian radical apologist! I condemn violence by BOTH sides.

    And, I should add, I feel exactly the same way when I hear, let’s say, Al Jazeera paint a one-sided picture where the Jews are the sole aggressors.

    What I wish I would hear an Israel where whole people groups aren’t walled-off for the crimes of some.

    Even at the height of the mafia, did America wall-off whole Italian neighborhoods? In my worldview, such “group blame” tactics are the root of great evil.

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