August 12, 2023 | Israel My Glory In Depth: Interview w/ Meno Kalisher

Israel My Glory In Depth: Interview with Meno Kalisher

Does the Old Testament still matter today? Yes, as much as ever—for so many reasons! This week, Meno Kalisher, pastor of the Jerusalem Assembly in Israel, teaches us how Paul used the Old Testament to teach the Jewish people foundational truths about the Law, Jesus’ deity, and the unity of Jews and Gentiles in the church. Meno shares insight from His Israel My Glory article on how the New Testament authors built upon the Hebrew Scriptures and used them to craft the books of Scripture they wrote as inspired by God.

Having firsthand knowledge of Israel’s politics, Meno also shares what Israelis think of the current hot topic in the Holy Land, the Netanyahu government’s judicial reform plan. He and Chris take a detailed look at Israeli politics to understand why the government’s plans for the Supreme Court could change the landscape of Israeli life so significantly and whether that’s a good or bad thing for Israelis. Any conversation with Meno is a welcomed blessing on our show, so we hope you enjoy his teaching on the powerful bond between the Old and New Testaments and his insight into Israeli life this week!

Take a look at Meno’s recent Israel My Glory article: 3 Proofs and a Mystery

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