Supplementary resources for Israel My Glory
Assault at Gethsemane
by Peter Colón | After eating His last supper, Jesus and His disciples crossed the Kidron Valley and came to a familiar garden of olive trees known as Gethsemane. Called in Hebrew Gat Shemanim, meaning “oil press,” it was located on the lower western slope of the Mount of Olives. When Jesus made His way to Gethsemane...read more.
How Hadassah Hospital Changed Healthcare
by Bonnie Pearson | Who would have thought a women’s study group in New York City in 1912 would change the course of Jewish women and healthcare in Israel for all time. Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, was founded then by Henrietta Szold (1860—1945) after a trip to the Holy Land in 1909 convinced her both Jews and Arabs in Ottoman-occupied Jerusalem needed...read more»
In the July/August issue of Israel My Glory, you’ll see a map of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah on page 35. It accompanies the article “Why Two Kingdoms?”
The map is inaccurate. So we’re providing a better one here. Feel free to download it, print it out, and use it whenever you want to see the geographical distinction between the northern and southern kingdoms.
Divided Kingdom Map
If you are among the readers of our March/April 2012 issue of Israel My Glory who requested a fuller explanation of the intricacies of 1 Peter 2:9–10, including whom Peter addressed when he wrote the epistle, we have good news. Renald E. Showers has thoroughly researched the passage and written the following article. Dr. Showers, known around the world for his Bible teaching, is an author and conference speaker with The Friends of Israel.
For this issue, Elwood McQuaid spoke with Daniel Pipes, founder and director of the Middle East Forum and one of the world's leading experts on Islam and related issues. Excerpts of this interview are in the July/August issue of IMG. Here is the complete audio interview.
Anti-Jewish Church Edicts PDF
A sample of the edicts and canon laws the organized church issued against the Jewish people.
Companion chart from Dr. Jim Showers "The Black Sheep of Christendom" article.