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Books Received: Christmas Break Reading

It’s that time of the semester again: presentations are being given, classes are wrapping up, and papers are due. The cumulative weight of the academic term is bearing down on students and teachers alike. 67 more words


Like Israeli apartheid, Palestinian resistance crosses Green Line

In 2003, Israel’s then-finance minister, Binyamin Netanyahu described Palestinian citizens of Israel as the real “demographic problem”.

Seven years later as prime minister, Netanyahu told his cabinet that “without a Jewish majority”, the Negev posed “a palpable threat”. 639 more words


Authority Over All Phenomena

Jesus demonstrates authority over the realms of both natural and aberrant phenomena. Reading in Luke 8:22-39, there is one example of Jesus’ authority over a storm and another example of Jesus’ authority over the spiritual world. 368 more words


A Taste of Mountain Biking

This past Friday I went on a poorly-planned biking trip with my Manchunian friend Jonathan Kemp. Borrowing a mountain bike and a helmet the evening prior, we set out at 7am for a two-hour bike ride. 627 more words


Blog 15: Our Trip to the North

Shalom, everyone.

It’s been a while since I’ve written, but that’s primarily a combination of busying myself with schoolwork and having some cool, interesting adventures (about which I will tell you below) in my free time. 923 more words


The Israeli Druze in the shadow of terror and Syria war

By SETH J. FRANTZMAN in The Jerusalem Post

At the military cemetery in Beit Jann is a monument that rises out of a concrete hole in the ground. 2,330 more words