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The Reluctant Prophet

By Abigail Gilbert, BFP Staff Writer 

Every year on Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), the Jewish people read the book of Jonah as a study in true teshuvah (repentance). The brief account (only 48 verses long) highlights the importance of turning from wickedness back to the path of God, as illustrated by both Jonah and the people of Nineveh. Continue reading…

Israel and the UN: Times are Changing

By Rev. Cheryl Hauer, Associate Editor

US Ambassador Nikki Haley has put the UN on notice. “There’s a new sheriff in town,” she declares, and no one is happier to hear it than Benjamin Netanyahu and his beleaguered government. As an international organization that was pivotal in the establishment of the Jewish state, it is ironic that the United Nations has become a forum for the delegitimization of Israel, calling her the most egregious offender in the Middle East and the cause of all its ills. Although the United States has been Israel’s staunchest ally in the UN, that support was sometimes tenuous, and certainly wavered under the Obama administration, making Nikki Haley a breath of fresh air and perhaps a harbinger of good things to come.  Continue reading...

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