Exodus 1: Herzl at a Herzliya Car Wash
The banner on the water tower advertises the celebration of Herzl's 150th birthday and the founding of the city Herzliya 85 years ago.
We photographed the yachts at the Herzliya Marina and the Imaginarium shop in the Herzliya Marina Mall.
Judaism and Zionism: Roots and Values
During the seven years I was professor at Ariel University, I taught the course “Judaism and Zionism: Roots and Values” to hundreds of students each year. Herzl’s Altneuland in its Hebrew translation was one of four of textbooks for my course. The others were Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook’s Orot (Lights), Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Ish Halakha (Halakhic Man), and the popular Israeli siddur (prayer book) Rinat Yisrael.
Photograph God: Blog and Book
The final project for my course required students to photograph God revealed in their everyday life in Israel by photographing acts of “Compassion, Strength, Beauty, Success, and Splendor” (Chronicles: 1:29). I posted my students’ work on the “Photograph God” blog http://photographgod.com. Here are some that you can see with their photographs by scrolling down the blog:
(See reviews of the book Photograph God: Creating a Spiritual Blog of Your Life at http://photographgod.com.)