Israeli Messianic Magazine Shuts its Doors

Sunday, January 22, 2012 |  Aviel Schneider

Having known Dr. Tsvi Sadan for many years, I was surprised to learn that the 75th issue of the Messianic Jewish magazine Kivun was the last.

Kivun, which means “direction,” was a unique Hebrew bi-monthly magazine that Sadan started in 1997. The publication’s vision was to offer material written by Israelis for Israelis, without being chained by a particular doctrine or theology — other than the Messiahship of Yeshua (Jesus). The magazine was faithful to this vision up to the last issue.

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