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The Land Of Many Names: Towards A Christian Understanding Of The Middle East Conflict

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So much heat has been generated by the subject of Israel and Palestine. It's a subject that will not go away, and it is crucial that Christians should have a clear grasp of both the spiritual and historical factors involved. This is a lively, entertaining, and provocative introduction for ordinary Christians to what is often a thorny subject. Steve Maltz takes you on a ...more
Published April 2nd 2003 by Paternoster Publishing
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Ian Major
Jul 27, 2016 Ian Major rated it it was amazing
A great book on the existence of Israel in history and in the Land today, from a Christian perspective. Lovely, easy style and address to the reader.

It makes the case for the nation still being in a relationship with God - under chastisement because of its unbelief, but kept for salvation because of God's unconditional covenant with Abraham. The book is a good effort in exposing and demolishing the false sort of Replacement Theology that has misled much of 'Christendom' down the ages. It shows h
James Bunyan
Mar 20, 2015 James Bunyan rated it it was ok
Engagingly written and clear; certainly learned some history as I was reading. He puts forwards some strong arguments and, although he mostly engages with non-Zionist straw-men, he fairly convincingly argues from the Bible that Zionism is a viable theological position. Most convincing are the arguments concerning the existence of the state of Israel today and the frequent use of OT prophecy. It also helps the Christian to humbly realise the shortcomings of the church throughout history with ...more
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