Who Are God's People in the Middle East?

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Who Are God's People in the Middle East? is an engaging and balanced inquiry into the biblical and historical issues that underlie the current relations between the State of Israel and the Palestinians in the West Bank region. It is a personal exploration by a scholar who has lived, worked, and studied in the Middle East among both Jewish and Arab friends caught in a crossfire not of their making. This plea for balance and fairness is a book every Christian needs to read to understand better the biblical and ...
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Overview

Who Are God's People in the Middle East? is an engaging and balanced inquiry into the biblical and historical issues that underlie the current relations between the State of Israel and the Palestinians in the West Bank region. It is a personal exploration by a scholar who has lived, worked, and studied in the Middle East among both Jewish and Arab friends caught in a crossfire not of their making. This plea for balance and fairness is a book every Christian needs to read to understand better the biblical and ethical issues behind today's headlines.

Burge views historical and political factors in the light of the total spiritual teaching about Israel and her role and destiny in God's plan, as he examines contemporary evangelical support for the modern nation of Israel and asks for compassion for Christian Palestinians. This book recognizes Israel's need for security while calling for a balanced treatment of the situation.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780310386919
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication date: 10/1/1993
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 5.29 (w) x 7.95 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 8
Pt. 1 The Question of the Land
1 The Dilemma of Israel/Palestine 15
2 The Land 29
Pt. 2 The Old Testament and the Land
3 Promises of Land 55
4 The Nation and the Land 70
5 The Prophets and the Land 86
6 Modern Israel in the Land 101
Pt. 3 Christians and the Land
7 The New Testament and the Land 127
8 The Palestinian Church 148
9 Living Stones in the Land 160
10 Evangelicals and the Land 176
Epilogue 192
Appendix: Four Poems from Palestine 201
Ode On a Burning Tank
Night Patrol An Israeli Soldier on the West Bank
Absolution
From the Diary of an Almost 4-Year-Old
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