What Should We Think About Israel?: Separating Fact From Fiction in the Middle East Conflict
: You hear about Israel in the news regularly, but beyond the opinions and preconceptions do you really know what to make of the political conflict and social strife? If you're looking for one resource to help you...
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You hear about Israel in the news regularly, but beyond the opinions and preconceptions do you really know what to make of the political conflict and social strife?
If you're looking for one resource to help you find the facts the ongoing and lasting controversies, you will find what you're looking for in What Should We Think About Israel? This compilation from experts including Mark Bailey, Darrell Bock, Michael Brown, Arnold Fruchtenbaum, and Joel Rosenberg, will help you answer the tough questions:
What is the history of the strife and suffering that continues in Israeli and Palestinian territories? What are the significant and long-term implications of locating the US Embassy in Jerusalem? Why is the Holocaust still such a big deal nearly 75 years after it happened? What is the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement all about? What is being done to restore relations between Jews and Arabs? As this team of respected scholars explore key issues and provide objective facts about the complex issues relating to Israel, you will learn how to look past the heated debates and discern for yourself what is important to know about Israel.
Randall Price (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary; PhD, Univeristy of Texas at Austin) is Distinguished professor of Judaic Studies and Executive Director of the Center for Judaic Studies at Liberty University. He has also done graduate study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has conducted archaeological excavation in Israel. He has served as a pastor and college professor and is the author of numerous books and commentaries on the Bible.