Author: Bob O'Dell

Published Date: May 15, 2020

At Root Source we have always been strong advocates for the nations of the world being emotionally connected to the land, the state, and the people of Israel. When we write stories, share articles, or produce videos that touch on that subject, we almost always use biblical arguments based on scripture and prophecy. These ideas appeal to Christians. There is nothing wrong with that, and it makes sense, since those who join our Root Source newsletter are almost all Christians anyway.

But what about your friends, neighbors and family members? Do they get excited when you share our videos or stories that quote chapter and verse? Perhaps you have even come to the conclusion that much of our material is just best kept for your personal use within your immediate family?

With these things in mind, we want to TRY something we haven’t done before. We are going to start sharing a series of videos over the next few weeks from a less religious angle, and a more historical and “common sense” angle. Our featured speaker will be Yoram Ettinger, and Israeli diplomat.  Yoram has accumulated over 40 years of experience as a researcher, diplomat, writer, lecturer and consultant to Israel and US legislators and their staffers. His weekly columns go out to tens of thousands of thought leaders in the US and Israel.

Yoram has started an innovative new series, based on the 400th anniversary of the landing of the Mayflower on Plymouth Rock.  He looks deeply into the facts, just like we do at Root Source!

Look at this YouTube video this week and see if you think it is something you might be able to share on your facebook page.  Next week we want to start a series of facebook videos that will walk through Yoram’s series on this topic.   But first, look at this video on YouTube and let us know if you think this might be something you could share starting next week on Facebook.



If you can’t wait to share the facebook link to this video, then you can jump ahead here.

Episode 1: Early Pilgrims and the Modern Day Exodus


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