Read e-book online A Land Full of God: Christian Perspectives on the Holy Land PDF

By Mae Elise Cannon,Daniel Roth,Aziz Abu Sarah

ISBN-10: 149829880X

ISBN-13: 9781498298803

ISBN-10: 1498298826

ISBN-13: 9781498298827

A Land packed with God provides American Christians a chance to advertise peace and justice within the Israeli-Palestinian clash. It exhibits them how one can comprehend the enmity with short, digestible, and finished essays in regards to the ancient, political, non secular, and geographical tensions that experience ended in some of the dynamics we see this present day. all of the whereas, A Land filled with God walks readers via a biblical point of view of God's center for Israel and the historical ache of the Jewish humans, whereas additionally final delicate to the event and discomfort of Palestinians. the present wave of Christian voices are searching for a pro-Israeli, pro-Palestinian, pro-peace, pro-justice, pro-poor, and finally pro-Jesus method of carry solution to the conflict.

With contributions from:

Andrea Smith
Bill Hybels
Bob Roberts
Carolyn Custis James
Clayborne Carson
Dale Hanson Bourke
Darrell Bock
David Anderson
David Gushee
David Neff
Desmond Tutu
Donald M. Lewis
Eugene Cho
Jerry White
Jim Wallis
Joel Hunter
John E Phelan, Jr.
John Kerry
John M. Perkins
Judith Rood
Lynne Hybels
Michael Brown
Paul Alexander
Pope Francis
Rich Nathan
Shane Claiborne
Susan Michael
Tony Campolo
Tony Maalouf

"If you care approximately peace and justice within the land the place Jesus lived and died, then learn this wonderful choice of considerate, probing essays from quite a lot of viewpoints. The writers are students, pastors, activists, theologians, all struggling--from their vigorously varied perspectives!--to be trustworthy to the Prince of Peace. an outstanding learn that might depart you far better built to appreciate each side and accordingly paintings extra successfully for simply reconciliation within the Holy Land."
--Ron Sider, President emeritus, Evangelicals for Social Action

Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon is the administrative director of church buildings for center East Peace (CMEP); writer of the award winning Social Justice Handbook and different books on spirituality and justice. Cannon has a number of masters levels and earned her doctorate in American heritage with the minor in heart japanese reports from the collage of California--Davis, targeting the historical past of the yank Protestant church's engagement in Israel and Palestine.

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