God's Promise and the Future Israel

Compelling Questions People Ask About Israel and the Middle East

Author: Don Finto

Publisher: Gospel Light Publications

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Category: Religion

Page: 208

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God’s promise and timing have intersected in our day. Witness the Jewish return to Israel, the rise of Messianic Jewish believers and the shifting of the Church’s power center from the West to Asia, Africa and Latin America, the fastest growing segments of the Body of Christ in our day. This has brought about many questions as the Church comes to grips with these sweeping changes. What does Scripture say about the future of the nation of Israel? What is right and wrong about the Messianic Jewish movement? Where do the Arab nations fit into God’s plan? How does this all affect the Church and how can the Church fulfill its role in this end-time scenario? Don Finto explores these questions and shows how to navigate the new landscape in this illuminating book.

The Promise of Shiloh

Or, Christ's Temporal Sovereignty Upon the Earth, when Will it be Fulfilled?

Author: Joseph L. Lord

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Category: Second Advent

Page: 106

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The Promise of Israel

Why Its Seemingly Greatest Weakness Is Actually Its Greatest Strength

Author: Daniel Gordis

Publisher: Wiley

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Category: History

Page: 256

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Why Israel's greatest weakness is its greatest strength, and what its supporters and enemies can learn from its success Israel's critics in the West insist that no country founded on a single religion or culture can stay democratic and prosperous—but they're wrong. In The Promise of Israel, Daniel Gordis points out that Israel has defied that conventional wisdom. It has provided its citizens infinitely greater liberty and prosperity than anyone expected, faring far better than any other young nation. Israel's "magic" is a unique blend of democracy and tradition, of unabashed particularism coupled to intellectual and cultural openness. Given Israel's success, it would make sense for many other countries, from Rwanda to Afghanistan and even Iran, to look at how they've done it. In fact, rather than seeking to destroy Israel, the Palestinians would serve their own best interests by trying to copy it. Takes many of the most compelling arguments against Israel and turns them completely on their heads, undoing liberals with a more liberal argument and the religious with a more devout argument Puts forth an idea that is as convincing as it is shocking—that Iran's clerics and the Taliban should want to be more like Israel Written by Daniel Gordis, the author of the National Jewish Book Award winner, Saving Israel Daniel Gordis has been called "one of Israel's most thoughtful observers" (Alan Dershowitz) and "a writer whose reflections are consistently as intellectually impressive as they are moving" (Cynthia Ozick) Certain to generate controversy and debate, The Promise of Israel is one of the most interesting and original books about Israel in years.

Entering Into the Promise: Joshua through 1 & 2 Samuel

Inheriting God's Promises and Finding the One True King

Author: Dr. Henrietta C. Mears

Publisher: NavPress

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Category: Religion

Page: 176

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What the Bible Is All About Study Guides for small group and individual study give readers the big picture of God’s plan of the ages laid out from Genesis to Revelation and show how Jesus is revealed on every page of Scripture. Through 12 sessions of study, they offer trustworthy, proven biblical content, including background commentary, lesson aims for groups, leader’s guide and tips, and much more. Entering into the Promise gives readers a strategic view of the books of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, and 1-2 Samuel and shows how the Lord faithfully brought His people into the Promised Land and into all His promises for them. Readers will learn how God will bring us into the promises He has for our lives, and also about trusting and obeying God and how God shows His faithfulness.

Theology in Conflict

Studies in Paul's Understanding of God in Romans

Author: Halvor Moxnes

Publisher: BRILL

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Category: Religion

Page: 319

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The Daily Bible® Devotional

A One-Year Journey Through God's Word in Chronological Order

Author: F. LaGard Smith

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

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Category: Religion

Page: 375

View: 588

From the creator of the bestselling and beloved Daily Bible® (more than 1 million copies sold) come 365 devotions that lead readers on a provocative chronological pilgrimage through Scripture--this time in trade edition. Readers can explore the riches and relevance of biblical stories, promises, and wisdom as they discover the commitment of ordinary people from Noah to Nathanael the faith and folly of heroes such as Abraham, Solomon, and Peter the power of prayer from the lips of saints and sinners the depth of trust exemplified by Moses, Deborah, and Mary the challenge of Jesus' teaching to reach for a higher standard F. Lagard Smith's observations and insights about the Bible provide readers with a rich experience. Whether read as a complement to The Daily Bible® or as an independent journey, these remarkable meditations reveal the purpose of a life built on God's Word.

Conversations with Scripture: Romans

Author: Jay Sidebotham

Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.

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Category: Religion

Page: 144

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• Established resource series for church groups and individual use • An expert in church renewal takes the opportunity to approach the series in a fresh, new fashion It has been said that we are called not only to read Scripture but to let Scripture read us. In that spirit, this book will guide readers into conversation with Paul’s letter to the Romans. The author will help us listen to what that letter said to the people to whom it was written and to hear what it says to us today. Readers will bring their own reflections, personal concerns, and questions to the table as we let this letter challenge us with meaning—letting it read the reader. The thesis of this book is that the letter has demonstrated transforming power to renew lives and the church through a focus on worship; a rigorous assessment of the human condition, especially the failure of human religiosity; a claim of transforming power in the ongoing life of Christ; an expansive vision of who is included in God’s life and love; a call to practical application and proclamation of the gospel.

Children of the Flesh, Children of the Promise

A Rabbi Talks with Paul

Author: Jacob Neusner

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Category: Religion

Page: 119

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In this provocative follow-up to his enormously influential A Rabbi Talks with Jesus, Jacob Neusner challenges the apostle Paul to debate the true meaning and significance of Judaism. Drawing new boundaries for Jewish-Christian dialogue, Neusner contends that Paul's misinterpretation of Judaism - a misinterpretation perpetuated today by many Christians and Jews - has resulted in the widespread perception of Judaism as "ethnic" and "particular", and Christianity as "universal". Yet as Neusner clearly demonstrates, just as Christianity presents an option to all of God's faithful, so too does Judaism's mediation of the voice of God at Sinai echo across the entire world.