Category Archives: History

70 Years of Comfort

Dachau Concentration Camp

By: David Zadok Presented in October 2018 in Holland.   © David Zadok In 1933 the Germans began building concentration camps in Germany to solidify their regime. In that year the Dachau concentration camp was opened near Munich in the state of Bavaria. About five years later on the night of 9-10 of November 1938, […]

Messianic Judaism and Christian Confessionalism – Schism or Unity Through Diversity

By: David Zadok Presented on LCJE, Europe, Berlin, 2017.   © David Zadok   Introduction Confessions and creeds are not only biblical but also Jewish. While we may think that Confessionalism is a Christian “invention” and especially that they sprouted like mushrooms during and after the Reformation, I believe that the facts argue otherwise. All […]

Luther and the Jews: The Impact of Luther on Theology and Society

By: David Zadok Presented on LCJE – Europe, Berlin, 2017.   © David Zadok   Introduction This year the world, and certainly Germany, is celebrating the 500th year of the nailing of the Martin Luther’s 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. Apparently, he wrote them between April and October of […]

Jonathan Edwards on Revival

By: Prof. Willem van Vlastuin, Lecture was given by W. van Vlastuin at the pastors-meeting of Grace and Truth, 15 September 2017 in Tel Aviv. Willem van Vlastuin is Professor of Theology and Spirituality of Reformed Protestantism at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Rector of the Restored Reformed Seminary there.   Imagine. It’s 1734 and we are […]