Awww, how nice! From the Jerusalem Post comes the good news that our favorite Rabbi, Eckstein -- the one who has the informercials on TBN Christian Channel in the U.S. (read all about him here in this thread) -- is partnering with the Jerusalem Post to bring about a version of said paper just for "Christians"! You can browse through a demo copy here:
Since its establishment in 1932, The Jerusalem Post has come to be regarded as one of the world's most important newspaper titles. The Post has been reporting Israel since before the state was founded - covering the region for 74 years through the lows and highs, the wars and peace agreements, tragedies and festivities. Throughout this period, The Jerusalem Post has served, and continues to serve, as a bridge between Israel and Diaspora Jewry, a meeting point and source of information.
Now, at the beginning of the 21st century, given the unceasing dramatic developments in the Middle East, we at The Jerusalem Post are establishing another bridge - between the Jewish nation and Jewish people on one side and the world's Christians on the other. In this venture, The Jerusalem Post is delighted to be partnered with the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, headed by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, which has been working for many years to foster warm relations between Christians and Jews and which funds a range of important projects in the State of Israel. We're also delighted to be cooperating with the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, headed by Reverend Malcolm Hedding.
Let me also take this opportunity to invite other Christian ministries and leaders to join us in this venture, to ensure that The Jerusalem Post Christian Edition - its content tailored specifically to Christian readers who care passionately about the well-being of Israel and the Jewish people - reaches the widest possible Christian readership.
We at The Jerusalem Post hope and believe that the establishment of the Christian Edition will bring Jews and Christians closer together to the benefit of all.