Historically, the meaning of these two words has often coincided, but in today's usage they are very different. Understanding that difference can help us analyze why so many young people in the Western world have been lost to our faith, and can assist in preparing a new generation to be valiant in faith, commitment and effective Kingdom life ...
The word indoctrination was once a positive term. It simply meant passing on a teaching or doctrine to another a person ...
The central "Sh'ma" passage describes exactly this kind of intentional, repetitive dissemination of God's words: "You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down and when you rise up" (Deuteronomy 6:7) ...
Daniel Juster's article in French: Endoctrinement ou Formation De Disciples
Moshe Morrison: Trees Clap Their Hands
Guy Cohen: Children of Winter '73
Tents of Mercy: Artist Springs Her Wings
Betty Intrater: Action in Tel Aviv
Asher Intrater: Day of Atonement
Weekly Torah commentary: Noach
And the bow will be in the cloud and I will look at her to remember the everlasting covenant.