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Christians and a Land Called Holy

Despite these objections, A Land Called Holy is worthy of our attention, for the sake of helping us to understand the perspectives of North American Christians who side with the Palestinian opposition to the state of Israel.

Reviewed by Eric N. Newberg

 

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Publisher’s page: http://store.augsburgfortress.org/store/product/2729/Christians-and-a-Land-Called-Holy-How-We-Can-Foster-Justice-Peace-and-Hope

 

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Category: Living the Faith, Summer 2010

About the Author: Eric N. Newberg, Ph.D. (Regent University), M.Div. (North Park Theological Seminary), is Associate Professor of Theological and Historical Studies at Oral Roberts University. He is the author of The Pentecostal Mission in Palestine: The Legacy of Pentecostal Zionism (Wipf & Stock, 2012). ORU Faculty page

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