A Tremendous Pool of Love

700 Club founder Pat Robertson was shocked at the loss of his dear friend, Rabbi Eckstein. And while remembering the compassion that Rabbi Eckstein tapped into while building bridges between Christians and Jews, the 700 Club also knows that the Rabbi’s daughter Yael is “a great leader” who “will carry on her father’s legacy” of friendship and fellowship between our two faiths.

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