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Israel & Christians Today

Biblical understanding about Israel

February 12, 2015

Israel & Christians Today Int. Version, February 2015 Published

The international version of the Israel & Christians Today newspaper of February 2015 has been released. 
The main purpose of Israel & Christians Today is to explore the relationship between the Church, the nations and Israel (the Jewish people) from a Biblical perspective. The newspaper takes the position that God is faithful to His promises and that the restoration of the nation of Israel in our generation is a sign of Hope for the Church of the Coming of the Lord. Our message is intended for believers in the Lord Jesus Christ to discover God's promises for the Jewish people and the Church and the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy of which we are called to be part.

The newspaper is published in:
• Australia
• New Zealand
• UK/Europe
• United States of America
• Germany (German edition)
• Austria (German edition)
• Netherlands (Dutch edition)

National and local news and information from our local affiliates is supplied through national inserts.

The I&CT newspaper contains the following categories.
• Commentary & Analysis
• Current news
• Reflections
• Good News
• Israel & The Church/Nations
• Inside Israel
• Jewish Voices

This month’s newspaper of I&CT contains the following highlights.
• Ambassador Prosor - The Question of Palestine Debate
• "Je Suis Juif"
• Bethlehem Pastor: There are Palestinians Who Love Israel
• GPC News
• PM Netanyahu Adresses the Foreign Press in Israel
• Sharanksy to 'Post': 50,000 French Jews Inquired About Aliyah in 2014

You can read the full version of the February 2015 issue of the newspaper here or under "Newspaper" "2015 Editions".

You can read the full version of the I&CT International version newspaper on paper too.

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