The percentage of the population that needs to give herd immunity against a disease depends on the disease, for Covid it is thought to be at least 80%.
One of the lesser-known dimensions of the “Great Awakening” in the eighteenth century championed by men like the Wesley brothers, was a rebirthing of a desire to see the restoration of Israel and the return of the Jewish people to their ancient land.
We live in a time of unprecedented constructive Jewish Christian relationships. Never before in church history have Christians reached out to Jews with such unconditional love and with a heart to serve. Whether it be to help underprivileged Jews in Africa, the Middle...
The statue, ‘No Greater Love Than This,’ was dedicated this week in Semakh a century after the historic battle—honouring the Aboriginal soldiers who bled and died in WWI.
This year on September 25th a full size statue to honour Aboriginals of WW1 will be unveiled at Semakh, Israel. This exciting event is mainly a result of Christians for Israel’s generous offer of meeting dollar for dollar donations given for the memorial.
When preparing for the Australian Light Horse Association’s commemoration of the centenary of the charge at Beersheba, I felt it important to acknowledge the role of Aboriginal Troopers in WW1.
Although relatively small in number, they “punched well above their weight” making a significant contribution in the campaign, particularly in the crucial battle for Semakh.