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The Land of Christ: A Palestinian Cry

Paperback|Oct 2013
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"Palestinians and Israeli Jews live in one land, yet as two distinct communities, each of which claims ownership of the same territory. How are we to understand the divine promise pertaining to the land? Did God promise the land exclusively...


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"Palestinians and Israeli Jews live in one land, yet as two distinct communities, each of which claims ownership of the same territory. How are we to understand the divine promise pertaining to the land? Did God promise the land exclusively to the Jewish people? Do the Palestinians have a right to live in the land, or does God want them to leave? After affirming important Palestinian Evangelical concerns, The Land of Christ challenges the argument that God gave the land to Israel. Yohanna Katanacho asks: (1) What are the borders of the land? (2) Who is Israel? (3) How did God give Israel the land? Through careful biblical exegesis, the book responds to these questions, exposing the superficiality of many slogans and claims. Then the book presents an alternative biblical theology of the land. However, the theology of the land in this book is intimately associated with the context in Israel/Palestine. The Palestinian Kairos Document is the most accepted representative of the current Palestinian context and theology. The book unpacks this document and extrapolates on its theology of the land. Finally, the author does not leave the reader without hope. Katanacho portrays Hagar as a symbol of hope and considers the Korahite Psalms from the perspective of refugees. "
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 417920
  • Product Code 9781620326640
  • ISBN 1620326647
  • EAN 9781620326640
  • Pages 96
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Pickwick Publications
  • Publication Date Oct 2013
  • Sales Rank 84307
  • Dimensions 224 x 150 x 8mm
  • Weight 0.159kg

Yohanna Katanacho

Rev. Yohanna Katanacho is a Palestinian Evangelical who studied at Bethlehem University (BSc), Wheaton College (MA), and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MDiv; PhD). Dr. Katanacho serves as the Academic Dean for Bethlehem Bible College. He has authored several books, including A Commentary on Proverbs; The Seven I AM Sayings in the Gospel of John; and The King of Peace and His Young Followers.

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