S1 EP39 | Compelled to Dwell – Moving Back to Israel Today

Episode 39 May 18, 2021 00:35:00
S1 EP39 | Compelled to Dwell – Moving Back to Israel Today
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Show Notes

Maybe you’ve heard about it, maybe not. It’s called “aliyah,” and Jewish people from all over the world are doing it. What’s up with that? 

Immigration is nothing new. Some people shift about the world, permanently making a new country their home. But there’s something unique about immigration to Israel. In this episode of A Jew and A Gentile Discuss, Carly and Ezra fill you in on the fascinating phenomenon of aliyah, Jewish immigration to Israel. They discuss:

Along the way

As they discuss, Ezra shares interesting details and sidenotes that give you a fuller understanding of all things aliyah, including:

Words you might learn in this episode

Aliyah, “the Jewish State,” Zionist leaders, parashiot, parasha, “making aliyah,” diaspora, Messianic Jews, olim

Scriptures referenced in this episode

Genesis 17:8, Genesis 26:1–6, Genesis 28:10–15, 2 Timothy 2:13, Jeremiah 29:14

 

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