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During the period when the nation of Israel was split into two kingdoms, Elijah the prophet had a showdown at Mt. Carmel with 450 false prophets of the Baal idol . . .
Marriage has been getting a bad rap lately, and it’s entirely unjustified. Decades of studies on human wellbeing provide the same conclusions consistently . . .
A righteous person always sees the good in others. A self-righteous person can’t get over their own goodness.
Do life’s hardships overwhelm you and make you feel disconnected from G‑d?
The women in Abraham’s family were abducted (or nearly abducted) no less than four times . . .
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