Israel Palestine: A Christian Response to the Conflict
Author: Craig Nielsen (2010)
"Written with a sense of urgency and stron commitment, this book combines a genuine and profound sympathy for the Jewish people with a forthright rejection of Zionism; it provides a powerful, personal story of how a Christian mind comes to see the Israel-Palestine conflict in a completely new light and is highly engaging and thought-provoking." - Dr Brian Taylor, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Social Criticism, Head of Postgraduate Studies in Humanities at Tabor Adelaide, South Australia.
"...easy to read, well referenced and explains this conflict in a simple and eloquent way. It provides many reference data, helpful maps and illustrations. Most importantly the book raises the voice of the absolute majority of Christians in Australia, no longer willing to stay silent about Christian Zionism, saying: 'Not in the name of Christianity.'" - Assoc. Prof. Bassam Dally, Australian Palestinian, peace activist and co-founder of the Australian Friends of Palestine Association.
"An honest, passionate and creative attempt to formulate a Christian response to incessant violence in the Holy Land." - Prof. Yakov M. Rabkin, Montreal University, Canada; author of A Threat from Within: A Century of Jewish Opposition to Zionism.
"Well... a provocative read that paints a picture not often seen in popular evangelical writings. For that reason alone, it's worth the read, and worth the discussion and debate it engenders." - Ian Miller B Th., Tabor Adelaide; Senior Pastor Hornsby Community Church, Sydney NSW.
- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Craig Nielsen, 2010
- Language: English