Jerusalem Diary: Searching for the Tomb and House of Jesus

Author: Joanna Kujawa Ph.D

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN:

Category: Travel

Page: 228

View: 959

Based on a true story, Jerusalem Diary: Searching for the Tomb and House of Jesus is an adventurous journey of intrigue and discovery in the Holy Land. After finishing her PhD, Joanna joins two Australian men who claim to discover new sites that could be Jesus’ home in Nazareth and his tomb in Jerusalem. As they travel through Israel, Joanna challenges conventional ideas about the life of Jesus. Relying on Gnostic Gospels, Joanna deconstructs the dogmatic images of suffering Christ and creates an alternative picture of Yeshua (Jesus) as a young, rebellious, inspiring teacher. Recent Reviews: “This engaging book has everything the passionate-thinking person desires: intensity, intrigue, controversy. Thoroughly enjoyable and thought-provoking. A book for all seekers.” —Mark Manolopoulos, adjunct research associate, Monash University Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology, and author of If Creation Is a Gift. “In Jerusalem Diary, Joanna affectionately traces the life of the human side of Jesus. She beautifully weaves her own spiritual quest for truth in this well-researched, deeply passionate journey, accounting for typical historical gaps in the life and teachings of the Great Soul. The outcome is a refreshing and unusual tale in which Joanna elegantly contrasts and reconciles the Christ on the Cross of the Church with Yeshua, the revered realised Master of the East. A must-read for every sincere seeker of the Self.” —Karthyeni Purushothaman, lecturer in business management, Monash University

O Jerusalem!

Author: Larry Collins

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 656

View: 729

An account of the bitter 1948 dispute between the Arabs and Jews over Jerusalem highlights the role of the British as well as prominent individuals in the struggle. Reissue. (A Samuel Goldwyn Productions film, releasing September 2007, directed by Elie Chouraqui, starring JJ Feild, Tovah Felshuh, Maria Pappas, Ian Holm, Patrick Bruel, Tom Conti, and others) (History -- General)

Armies of Peace

Canada and the UNRRA Years

Author: Susan Armstrong-Reid

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 482

View: 964

Armies of Peace is the first comprehensive investigation of Canadians' influence on the establishment and operation of The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA).

Jerusalem in World War I

The Palestine Diary of a European Diplomat

Author: Antonio de la Cierva Lewita Ballobar (conde de.)

Publisher: I.B.Tauris

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 283

View: 140

This diary, kept between 1914 and 1919 by the Spanish consul in Jerusalem, offers insight into the wartime upheavals, battles among local churches over control of the city's holy places, the development of Zionism, and the establishment of British rule in Palestine.

A View from Jerusalem, 1849-1858

The Consular Diary of James and Elizabeth Anne Finn

Author: James Finn

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

ISBN:

Category: Diplomats

Page: 353

View: 612

Offers both a portrait of two remarkable people and a complete, detailed picture of daily life in Palestine. Taken from the diary of the British consul at Jerusalem and his wife who were there from 1849 to 1858.

Criminal Case 40/61, the Trial of Adolf Eichmann

An Eyewitness Account

Author: Harry Mulisch

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 208

View: 526

In his coverage of the Eichmann Trial, Harry Mulisch offers a portrayal of the process, of the man, and of the implications of the efficiency of evil.

Jerusalem 1913

The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Author: Amy Dockser Marcus

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 240

View: 613

A Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter examines the true history of the discord between Israel and Palestine with surprising results Though the origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict have traditionally been traced to the British Mandate (1920-1948) that ended with the creation of the Israeli state, a new generation of scholars has taken the investigation further back, to the Ottoman period. The first popular account of this key era, Jerusalem 1913 shows us a cosmopolitan city whose religious tolerance crumbled before the onset of Z ionism and its corresponding nationalism on both sides-a conflict that could have been resolved were it not for the onset of World War I. With extraordinary skill, Amy Dockser Marcus rewrites the story of one of the world's most indelible divides.