Whose promised land? : the continuing crisis over Israel and Palestine / Colin Chapman. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Baker Books, [(c)2002.Description: 328 pages : maps ; 23 cmContent type:
- DS119.7.W467 2002
- DS119.7.C466.W467 2002
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Understanding the History The Land in History: Basic Facts and Their Interpretation The patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (c. 2000-1700 BC) ; The exodus and the conquest of the land under Joshua (c. 1280-1050 BC) ; The kingdom under Saul, David and Solomon (1050-931 BC) ; The kingdoms of Israel and Judah (931-587 BC) ; The Babylonian exile (597-539 BC) ; Palestine under the Babylonians, Persians and Greeks (597-63 BC) ; Palestine under the Romans (63 BC-AD 330) ; Palestine under the Byzantine empire (AD 330-634) ; Palestine under the Arabs and Seljuk Turks (634-1096) ; Palestine under the Crusaders and the Mamluks (1096-1517) ; Palestine under the Ottoman Turks (1517-1918) ; Palestine under the Mandate (1922-48) ; The UN Partition Plan (1947) ; The founding of the State of Israel (1948) ; Conflicts since 1948 The peace process since Madrid (1991) and Oslo (1993) ; Jerusalem and the West Bank since 1967 Different interpretations of the facts The Seeds of Conflict: Call the Next Witness Anti-Semitism Zionism Jewish settlement in the land Arab reactions to Jewish settlement The role of Britain The role of the United Nations Partition and war (1948-49) ; The voice of Israel Other Jewish/Israeli voices The different voices of the Palestinians
Interpreting the Bible The Land Before Christ:'A Land Flowing with Milk and Honey' - The promise of the land The boundaries of the land The conquest of the land The land and the temple Exile from the land The return to the land The land and the hopes of Israel The Land After Christ:'The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth' ; The birth of Jesus the Messiah Jesus and the land Jesus and Jerusalem The redemption of Israel The land in the teaching of the apostles John's vision of the final fulfilment of the covenant The land and the millennium Other Biblical Themes: 'Is There Any Word from the Lord?' - A passion for truth The problem of prejudice The demands of the law The prophetic concern for justice God's judgment in history Suffering injustice Rethinking and repentance through disaster Jew and Gentile in the Old Testament Jew and Gentile after Jesus the Messiah The condemnation of anti-Semitism The possibility of reconciliation Appreciating the Issues Today Realities Today: Is There any Hope of Resolving the Conflict? ; A crisis for Zionism The power equation in the world today Christian Zionism and Dispensationalism Zionism and Islam Conclusions: The options for Israel and questions for the Palestinians Conclusion: Whose Land? ; Principles of Christian Interpretation of Old Testament Prophecy Examples of Christian Interpretation of Old Testament Prophecy The Covenant of Hamas, the Islamic Resistance Movement.
Whose Promised Land? unravels the complex issues surrounding the continuing crisis between Israel and Palestine. This fully revised and updated edition, including new chapters on Zionism, Christian Zionism, and dispensationalism, provides an evenhanded approach that does not automatically assume a pro-Israel stance. Instead, it seeks to present an honest appraisal of modern Israel while clearly delineating the interrelated issues surrounding the crisis in the Middle East. Beginning with the history of the territory from the twentieth century B.C. to the present day, it explains the development of the conflict and the complexity of the issues. Then it surveys both the Old Testament teachings on land and the perspective taught by Jesus. Finally, it examines the major contemporary forces affecting the conflict today.
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