The Land of Many Names
This book has changed lives and has deepened the faith of people who have seen, within its pages, God's faithfulness in action in the story of the 4000 year old love affair between the Lord and His people ...
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This book has changed lives and has deepened the faith of people who have seen, within its pages, God's faithfulness in action in the story of the 4000 year old love affair between the Lord and His people
"I have spent over 50 years of independent research into this vital field of prophecy and your brilliant book has excited me so much in mind and spirit that I have found it difficult to put it down. My hope and prayer is that it will get the success it certainly deserves - for His holy name's sake"
(David Lowe, Judaeo-Christian Fellowship, Barnsley)
So much heat has been generated by the subject of Israel and Palestine. It's a subject that will not go away and it is crucial that Christians should have a clear grasp of both the spiritual and historical issues involved.
This is a lively, entertaining and provocative introduction to the subject for ordinary Christians. The author takes you on a historical journey of the Land of Many Names, from the Canaan of Abraham to the Promised Land, by way of the Land of Milk and Honey, Israel and Judah, Judea and Samaria, Palestine, The Holy Land, Zion, Israel and 'The Zionist Entity'. At each stage we pause to consider what God is saying to all concerned and, in some places, awkward questions are also asked of the reader.
This is an easy read but it is not a comfortable book.
'God is spirit, and his worshippers must worship in spirit and in truth' (John 4:24).
Steve Maltz has been a System Analyst, computer games designer, and software programmer. He currently works as a web consultant and a London tour guide.
Steve works mainly as a web media consultant, specialising in internet television and helping to promote web sites with search engines. He is also a tour guide in East London. In his spare time he writes stuff. In the early 80s he scraped a living writing computer games for such dinosaurs as the BBC Micro, Dragon 32 and Sinclair Spectrum, before graduating to the PC (when it had just a single floppy disc drive, no hard disc and a whopping 512K of RAM). He was responsible for the design (and most of the programming) of the Christian computer products, Conflict in Jerusalem, Risen and the CDROM of the Bible of Christianity (all marketed by Lion Publishing), Discover the Truth (Sunrise Software) and The Olive (Saltshakers). He also designed eMESSIANICA (Saltshakers) and the NIV Thematic Study Bible (Hodder & Stoughton). He is the author of The Land of Many Names, Jesus: Man of many names, The Truth is Out There and 77 Talks for Bored-Again Teenagers. He is married with three sons and lives in East London.