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WorshipThe Seventh-day Adventist faith is convinced about the fundamental unity between the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament. The New Testament is itself a Jewish book and is best understood within Jewish religious and cultural context
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Interview Richard M. Davidson

Richard M. Davidson is J. N. Andrews Professor of Old Testament Interpretation and chairperson of the Old Testament Department at

Suffering with suffering people, reflections of a hospital chaplain.

Hospital chaplain, director of “Still Waters,” a special center located in Buchanan, Michigan, where modern men and women can

Interview Jay Henry Moses

Rabbi Jay Henry Moses got his start in Jewish leadership through NFTY, Reform Judaism’s youth movement. He graduated from the Un

Prayer in the Bible

Since antiquity, the man of Israel has prayed. He is every day invigorated by the pulse of prayer. This spiritual task of the peop

When Daniel Is Praying*

The behavior of the satraps is very similar to that of the Chaldeans toward the three Hebrews (chapter 3). Interestingly, it is a

The Two Witnesses

What makes the Church in need of Israel; what makes Israel in need of theChurch. The law of Moses requires the testimony of at le

“The Bullet of the Bible”

Translated into more than a thousand languages, the Bible is probably the book that is the most read, and paradoxically the least

The Promise of Passover: “Next Year in Jerusalem”

Prerhaps it was near the season of Passover when Daniel contemplated Jeremiah’s prophecy of the 70 prophetic weeks (Dan 9). The

The Coming of the Messiah and the Temptation of Babel

Forces of Babel are in the way of the hope of Jerusalem. From all corners of the earth the same clamor rises, the same stubborn f

“His Blood Be on Us”

A cry uttered two thousand years ago is enough to give “a good conscience” to Christians, and justify all the pogroms. But wh

Judaism and Adventism: Similarities and Differences

The objective description of similarities and differences appearing here will provide a clear and immediate overview of the nature

Nostalgia for Dialogue.

There was a time when dialogue was still possible. People traveled from place to place, and on the Sabbath at the gathering in the

The Joy: To Remember and Hope

This is a holy time, a special occasion, in which to enjoy celebration. The feasts help us to remember the past miracle of salvati

The Mimetic Act of Prayer

We often witness, in our religious circles, attempts to embellish prayer, to give it an artistic twist. Prayers are either chanted

“They Used to Live Together”

An eyewitness from Bosnia remembers. My thoughts go years back to a small town in Bosnia. I try to recall those Sunday afternoon

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Shalom Learning Center is in the business of education. Our primary purpose is to educate both Christians and Jews about each other. Through educating both Jews and Christians we can effectively deal with antisemitism and other forms of discrimination. We are also able to help individuals who are Jewish but did not grow up practicing Judaism to receive an education in culturally appropriate manner.