Exclusive: Joseph Farah explains how it's not 'an either-or situation'
Editor’s note: This is the latest in a series of columns Joseph Farah has been writing related
to his latest book, “The Restitution of All Things: Israel, Christians and the End of the Age,’
his first new title in seven years.
A teaching pervades the church today that suggests the law, the full body of teachings found in the Torah,
is dead, kaput, irrelevant for believers in Jesus the Messiah. The entirety of the law, they say, was nailed
to the cross, leaving us to live in an age of grace in which the law can no longer indict us.
They say we live in the age of grace, not the law – as if it’s an either-or situation.
Big List of Leaders Calling for the U.S. to Defund U.N
Trump ‘should turn global body’s headquarters into condos’
In response to the U.N.’s recent resolution condemning Israel, a major effort is under way to urge the U.S.
to withdraw its funding of the global body, with some critics even calling for complete withdrawal and the
expulsion of U.N. headquarters from American soil.
It would clearly be a major blow to the U.N., as more than 22 percent of its budget comes from the U.S.
The calls for defunding began when the Obama administration refused to use its veto power to block the U.N.
Security Council’s Dec. 24 resolution condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Police in Israel Actively Prepareing for Messiah’ Arrival
While Christians ’shove idea of the Lord‘s imminent return to back burner’
No one knows the day or the hour, but the Israeli police seem to believe the Messiah is coming soon.
The Israeli commissioner of police, Roni Alsheikh, stated at a recent Jewish celebration that his
department is preparing for the arrival of the Messiah.
“When the Messiah comes, everyone will want to [approach] him so it will get very crowded,”
Alsheikh was quoted as saying in Breaking Israel News. “That will be a time when we will have to
be very strong in respecting our fellow.”
The commissioner stated the police want to enact “preventative measures [regarding] how to strengthen mutual
consideration for our fellow.”