Items Posted In September, 2020

Yitzhak Kaduri

Kaduri was the most senior rabbi in Jerusalem who quoted the Messiah as Jesus.

Posted on September 21, 2020 by

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One of the most remarkable – and controversial – news stories out of Israel concerns the renowned Ultra-Orthodox teacher of Israel – Yitzhak Kaduri. He was apparently a remarkable man revered by Jews all throughout Israel as a man of God and was a rabbi’s rabbi. He was born on July 9, 1898, in Baghdad as Yitzhak Diba who studied the Torah and the Kaballah, and was considered very intelligent.  He memorized much of the Scriptures and texts and was able to give advice to those who would ask. Everybody who knew the rabbi recognized him as a great man… Read More »

The Jubilee

Posted on September 15, 2020 by

Categories: Historical

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Scripture is like no other book; it tells the story of mankind from the beginning of time to the end of time. It does so with an authority not seen in other books because its inspiration comes from someone who knows everything. it was written by many people over hundreds of years, but its inspiration comes from the Creator of the universe.  The Creator provides the history of the universe in broad terms so that we might understand our place in the universe and the reason why we walk the earth. Modern science tells us the universe consists of multiple… Read More »

Charter Schools – Introduction

Schools in inner-city America have failed in their responsibility to educate children. Students graduate with functional illiteracy and are unable to get good jobs.

Posted on September 7, 2020 by

Categories: Education, Social Values

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Charter Schools Charter schools recently have been at the forefront concerning the education of America’s children.  It is clear to many that some public schools – especially in inner-city minority neighborhoods – have been a dismal failure. Education in the United States has been a topic of intense political concern since the foundation of the country almost 250 years ago. Public schools throughout history have enjoyed the support of the community as they provide a means educating children whose parents might have limited education themselves.  The education of children was thought important to enable them to become contributing members of… Read More »