Blood Brother: A History of Israel's Enemy [NOOK Book]

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Blood Brother: A History of Israel's Enemy is an examination of the historical struggle between the Biblical twins Jacob and Esau. Their opposing worldviews have nurtured whole cultures and is the source of a centuries-long clash of civilizations.
The Jewish Sages teach that the bloody legacy of Esau/Edom spawned the Roman Empire, nurtured the foundations of Europe and fuels a rampant consumerism that still drives the modern Western world.
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Blood Brother: A History of Israel's Enemy

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Overview

Blood Brother: A History of Israel's Enemy is an examination of the historical struggle between the Biblical twins Jacob and Esau. Their opposing worldviews have nurtured whole cultures and is the source of a centuries-long clash of civilizations.
The Jewish Sages teach that the bloody legacy of Esau/Edom spawned the Roman Empire, nurtured the foundations of Europe and fuels a rampant consumerism that still drives the modern Western world.
James Donald Long reveals the powerful forces that influenced Esau and Jacob to take very divergent paths. Long also traces little-known geographical and ancestral milestones that link Esau/Edom directly to the founding of the Roman Empire.
He also discusses at length, the often maligned and misunderstood system of sacrificial offerings.
 
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013076112
  • Publisher: Lightcatcher Books
  • Publication date: 9/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 230
  • File size: 183 KB

Meet the Author

James D. Long is also the author of "Riddle of the Exodus:Startling Parallels between Ancient Jewish Sources & the Egyptian Archaeological Record," also found on PubIt.
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