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“Brethren, my heart’s desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved.”
— Rom. 10:1

2002

  • December 2002 Newsletter
    • The Inspections Trap, By Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post
    • A Jew Defends Evangelicals, By Dennis Prager, TownHall.com
    • Pardon, Your “Slip” Is Showing, A letter to the editor of The New York Times
    • The Curious World of George W. Bush
    • “Today I die,” By Michael Gutman, The Jerusalem Post
    • We’re Next!, Michael Freund, The Jerusalem Post
    • To the Lost Sheep of Israel — Part 2, By Todd Baker, ThM
    • Our Valuable Ally, By John Diamond, USA Today
    • “Today I am a man,” By Melissa Radler, The Jerusalem Post
    • “A pile of dead jews…,” By Larry Miller
    • Saddam, By A Whisker, By Michael Rubiner, The New York Times
    • Honoring God’s Promises, By Zola Levitt
    • The Senator From “Saudi” Dakota, WorldNetDaily.com
    • Saudi Money Trail to 9-11 Attacks, Associated Press
    • James, The Brother of Jesus
    • Our Beloved Youth, By Jon Dougherty, WorldNetDaily.com
    • Campus Hypocrisy, By Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times
    • The Hate-filled Preaching of the Peaceful Religion, By Michael Petrou, The Ottawa Citizen
    • Bringing in the Thieves, Associated Press
    • “Total Information Awareness,” By William Safire, The New York Times
    • “…After converting to Islam,” BBC News
    • Protecting Beauty Queens, Reuters
    • “I Share in Your Pain,” By Stewart M. Weiss, The Jerusalem Post
    • Which Came First: Terrorism or “Occupation”?, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Israel publication
    • The Poison is at Work, By Mortimer B. Zuckerman, U.S. News & World Report
    • No More Pearl Harbors, By Gen. Richard Hawley, USAF (ret.)
    • Call Baker Book House, By Zola Levitt
    • AUDITED!, By Mark Levitt
    • Your Gifts at Work, By Stuart Arden
  • December 2002 Personal Letter
  • November 2002 Newsletter
    • The Twenty-Year War, By Cal Thomas, Tribune Media
    • The Sound of Breaking Glass, By Dr. Lawrence Summers, Harvard University
    • It Never Happened!, By Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily.com
    • Let the Christians Love Israel, By Jonah Goldberg, National Review
    • The Fourth Gospel Outreach to Israel (Part 1), By Todd Baker, ThM
    • Send Your Own Sons!, By Julie Stahl, CNSNews.com
    • An Open Letter to Gershom Gorenberg, By Zola Levitt
    • The Case Against Iraq, By Will King
    • 50 Years Ago, The Montgomery Advertiser, March 9, 1954
    • Your Gifts are Reproducing, By Stuart Arden
  • November 2002 Personal Letter
  • October 2002 Newsletter
    • “I’d like to drink your blood,” By Ann Coulter, Universal Press Syndicate
    • Two Years Left!, By Khaled Abu Toameh, The Jerusalem Post
    • Young, Blonde and Replaceable!, By Tito Drago, Asian Times
    • Blood Lust for War?, By Zola Levitt
    • DTS Graduate: Bailey at Odds With His Own teaching, By Todd Baker, ThM
    • The Happiest Day of the Year, By Jonathan Rosenblum, The Jerusalem Post
    • Terrorist Spokesperson Invited to Commemorate 9-11, By Rebecca Jones, Rocky Mountain News
    • Protesters Force Netanyahu to Cancel Montreal Speech, By Charles Grandmont, Reuters
  • October 2002 Personal Letter
  • September 2002 Newsletter
    • Seminary President: Don’t Support Israel, By Thomas S. McCall, Th.D.
    • You Will Be Blessed, By Dennis Prager, Creators Syndicate
    • American Muslim: An Oxymoron?, by Dr. Anis Shorrosh
    • Moody Bible (?) Institute — Part 2, By Tom McCall, Th.D.
    • Fog of War, By Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times
    • 20 Years At Anatot, By Stuart Arden, Anatot, Israel
  • September 2002 Personal Letter
  • August 2002 Newsletter
    • “Why Do They Hate Us?”, By Bruce S. Thornton, FrontPage Magazine
    • America vs. America, By Ellen Sorokin, The Washington Times
    • Land Without Peace, By Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post
    • Send in the Clowns — Part 3, By Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily
    • Terror Behind Bars, A letter to the Washington Times
    • School for Islam, By Ellen Sorokin, The Washington Times
    • American Airlines Flying Higher, By Zola Levitt
    • PC Silverware Doesn’t Cut It, By William J. Murray, WorldNetDaily
    • Israel Vilified, By Jon Dougherty, WorldNetDaily
    • Moody Bible (?) Institute — Part 1, By Tom McCall, Th.D.
    • The Founding of Anatot, By Stuart Arden
    • Understanding Operation Defensive Shield — Part 2, By Capt. Will King, U.S. Army
    • Defending Israel on the World Wide Web
  • August 2002 Personal Letter
  • July 2002 Newsletter
    • Bush is Rewarding Terrorism, By Daniel Pipes, National Post
    • Dispensing with Arafat, By George Will, The Washington Post
    • CNN’s Sins Find Them Out, By Zola Levitt
    • Preschool of Hate, By Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily.com
    • Coffee: Arab Style
    • Saudi Arabia bans ’Star Of David’, By Michael Freund, The Jerusalem Post
    • Call 1-800-433-7300 “for Zion’s sake,” By Zola Levitt
    • “His blood be upon us…” Part 2, Matthew 27:25 and the Jewish People, By Todd Baker, Th.M.
    • Ministry Outreach
    • Zondervan: Purchased by Unbelievers, By Lawrence Ford, Staff Theologian
    • Understanding Operation Defensive Shield — Part 1, By Capt. Will King, U. S. Army
    • Future Citizens in Bush’s “Palestine,” By Zola Levitt
  • July 2002 Personal Letter
  • June 2002 Newsletter
    • Why Don’t I Care About the Palestinians?, By John Derbyshire, The National Review
    • Jewish Guilt?, By Professor Stephen Berer, Tel Aviv Medical Center
    • Our Intolerant Friends, WorldNetDaily.com
    • “If Only You Had Done It,” Israel National News
    • Anti-Semitic Riots in U.S., By Melissa Radler, Jerusalem Post
    • Volunteer Murderers, By Khaled Dawoud, The Guardian
    • 12 Million Deaths!, By Ahmed Rashid, London Telegraph
    • “His blood be upon us…”, Matthew 27:25 and the Jewish People, By Todd Baker, Th.M.
    • Starbucks, YES; France, NON!, By Debbie Schlussel
    • Not Friend or Foe, By Daniel Pipes, New York Post
    • Adopting Anatot
  • June 2002 Personal Letter
  • May 2002 Newsletter
    • “It’s A Great Big Lie”, By Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily.com
    • Stop the war on ’terror’, By Jonathan Goldberg, National Review
    • My First Tour (but not my last), By Amanda Moring
    • Saudi Telethon Raises $55 Million for Palestinians, By Donna Abu-Nasr, Associated Press
    • Arafat Smuggles In Chemical Weapons, The World Tribune
    • God vs. Satan and the Modern Restoration of Israel, By Thomas S. McCall, Th.D.
    • War Crimes Lie, By John Podhoretz, New York Post
    • To The Jew First, By Todd Baker, Th.M.
    • Dangling Downtown, The Wall Street Journal
  • May 2002 Personal Letter
  • April 2002 Newsletter
    • The Enemy!, By Mona Charen, Syndicated Columnist
    • We have all been had!, By Sharon Nader Sloan, WorldNetDaily
    • “Lives Could Have Been Saved…”, The Telegraph UK
    • Red Crescent Ambulance Caught With Explosives, Jerusalem Post
    • Don’t Fake This War, By Zola Levitt
    • Save the Garden Tomb!
    • A Word About Bible Translations, By Lawrence Ford, Staff Theologian
    • Churches Beware: Your Recent Moody Graduate May Be an Amillennialist—Part 2, By Thomas S. McCall, Th.D.
    • Unhelpful Amnesia, By George F. Will, The Washington Post
  • April 2002 Personal Letter
  • March 2002 Newsletter
    • The Courage to Tell the Truth, By David Dolan, WorldNetDaily
    • Revival of the Roman Empire?, By Hal Lindsey, WorldNetDaily
    • Lawsuit Details Mandatory Islamic Instruction in CA Schools
    • The Smoke Screen of Progressive Dispensationalism
    • Taking the Mystery Out of Bible Study, By Lawrence Ford, Staff Theologian
    • Churches Beware: Your Recent Moody Graduate May Be an Amillennialist—Part 1, By Thomas S. McCall, Th.D.
  • March 2002 Personal Letter
  • February 2002 Newsletter Highlights:
    • Ship of Truth, By Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post
    • Danger: Harmful If Swallowed, By Zola Levitt
    • A Deadly Error, By Daniel Pipes, New York Post
    • To the Jew First—Part 4, By Kevin L. Parker
    • Driving Down the Bible Study Highway, By Lawrence Ford, Staff Theologian
    • The Big Three Deviations: Dallas, Moody and Biola/Talbot—Part 2, By Thomas S. McCall, Th.D.
  • February 2002 Personal Letter
  • January 2002 Newsletter Highlights:
    • The Irrelevant Man, By William Safire, The New York Times
    • A Plan for Arafat, By George F. Will, The Washington Post
    • Requiem for a terrorist, By Hal Lindsey, WorldNetDaily
    • To the Jew First—Part 3, By Kevin L. Parker
    • A Bible for All of Us, By Lawrence Ford, Staff Theologian
    • The Big Three Deviations: Dallas, Moody and Biola/Talbot—Part 1, By Thomas S. McCall, Th.D.
  • January 2002 Personal Letter
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