National Religious Broadcasters Convention

by Focus on Israel -- Each year, Proclaiming Justice To The Nations, or PJTN, hosts broadcast professionals from all around the world at the annual International Christian Prayer and Action Event for Israel more…

The elect will be fooled

by Focus on Israel -- For many years, there has been a growing opposition within liberal churches and theologies toward the state of Israel. This opposition is rooted in an interpretation of the more…

Anti-Semitism and moral equivalence

by Focus on Israel -- In the previous "Focus on Israel" episode, Michael Medved looked into the murky waters of what is termed "moral equivalence." In the media, we see a repeated and more…

Anti-Semitism looms in cinema

by Focus on Israel -- Many would agree that the most powerful medium of the 20th century is film. Anti-Semitism has been on the big screen in both past and current movies and more…

God's promise to Israel endures

by Focus on Israel -- In Genesis Chapter 12, God promised Abraham a land of his own, that he would be made into a great nation and that he would be blessed. Many more…

Have Jews forfeited the blessings of God?

by Focus on Israel -- Not everyone is familiar with the term "replacement theology." It is a controversial and false doctrine that began with Constantine and still persists to this day. All of more…

Christians remember their Hebrew roots

by Focus on Israel -- Justice and compassion are non-optional values that Christians should practice in supporting the rights of Jewish people to exist and live in their state, states Dr. Marv Wilson, more…

Roots of Christianity revealed

by Focus on Israel -- There is an alarming trend in Christianity to spread an age-old false doctrine and tradition called replacement theology. This heretical doctrine suggests that since the Jews denied Christ, more…

Discover the 'Jewish church'

by Focus on Israel -- The Jewish church? That might seem to some an unusual combination of words, because when we think of a Jewish house of worship, we think of a synagogue, more…