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Whose Land? Whose Promise?

What Christians Are Not Being Told About Israel and the Palestinians

by Gary M. Burge

  • 145 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Pilgrim Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Middle East - General,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • History: World,
  • Comparative Religion,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8183007M
    ISBN 100829816607
    ISBN 109780829816600

    Description. Gary Burge seeks answers to questions such as: How do I embrace my commitment to Judaism, a commitment to which I am bound by the Bible, when I sense in my deepest being that there is a profound injustice afoot in Israel? This book is a powerful, prophetic call for justice that all Christians with an interest in the Middle East ought to ponder carefully Whose Land? Whose Promise? Is a passionate and personal set of reflections about the crisis in the Middle East, born out of personal experience, and historical and theological : Gary M. Burge.

      In , Pilgrim Press, a publishing house owned by the United Church of Christ, published Whose Land?Whose Promise? What Christians Are Not Being Told about Israel and the Palestinians, by Rev. Dr. Gary Burge, an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and a New Testament scholar at Wheaton College and Graduate School in Wheaton, Illinois. Whose Land? Whose Promise? is an excellent introduction to the complications of geography, history and geopolitics that have wounded and weakened both Israelis and Palestinians. But above all the book challenges us to love and to love concretely. David Neff, Editor of Christianity Today. Synopsis3/5(2).

    His Whose Land, Whose Promise: What Christians Are Not Being Told About Israel and the Palestinians (, revised ) was his first book in this area. His second volume, Jesus and the Land: The New Testament Challenge to Holy Land Theology () is a theological examination of how the New Testament interprets the land promises of the Old Alma mater: King's College, Aberdeen University. October 5, (updated May 4, ) A brief review by Mark S. Haughwout of: Whose Land? Whose Promise? What Christians Are Not Being Told about Israel and the Palestinians. Gary M. Burge, , The Pilgrim Press Prospect Avenue Cleveland, Ohio


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Whose Land? Whose Promise? by Gary M. Burge Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is part of the preparatory reading for members of our mission teams who journey there. In "Whose Land, Whose Promise", Dr. Burge has compiled from his personal experience and extensive research an informed presentation of the Palestinian side of /5(67).

Whose Promised Land?, now in a fully revised and updated fifth edition, provides an evenhanded approach to this complex dilemma. The book begins with the history of the territory, explaining the development of the conflict and the complexity of the issues.

The second section surveys biblical teaching on the theme of the land, both from the Old Cited by: 5. Whose Land. Whose Promise. is Burge's personal exploration of his feelings about the crisis in the Middle East, put on paper to communicate with other Christians who share the same opinions he does and seek answers to the same questions he does; questions such as: How do I embrace my commitment to Judaism, a commitment to which I am bound by the Bible, when I sense in my/5.

Whose Land. Whose Promise. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Revised and updated edition of the bestselling leadership guide 5/5. The following book review first appeared in Evangelical Review of Society and Politics (), It was later reproduced in Pneuma Review (), Whose Land.

Whose Promise. What Christians Are Not Being Told About Israel and the Palestinians. This book is a powerful, prophetic call for justice that all Christians with an interest in the Middle East ought to ponder carefully Whose Land. Whose Promise. Is a passionate and personal set of reflections about the crisis in the Middle East, born out of personal experience, and historical and theological study/5(3).

And I am happy to review this important book for Thursday Theology readers. “Whose Promised Land?” is in three major sections: Understanding the History; Interpreting the Bible; Appreciating the Issues Today.

Chapman reviews the history of Palestine from the time of Abraham to the present – what groups occupied the land, who ruled it and. to the original edition of Whose Land. Whose Promise. The book’s original pur-poses have not changed.

Here in the West, we generally hear only one narrative about the Israel-Palestine struggle. We know that narrative well and its de-fenders assert its legitimacy regularly, particularly in our churches. This book.

"Whose Land. Whose Promise. is Burge's personal exploration of his feelings about the crisis in the Middle East, put on paper to communicate with other Christians who share the same opinions he does and seek answers to the same questions he does; questions such as: How do I embrace my commitment to Judaism, a commitment to which I am bound by the Bible, when I sense in.

Gary M. Burge, Whose Land. Whose Promise. What Christians Are Not Being Told About Israel and the Palestinians (Cleveland: Pilgrim Press, ), xviii+ pages, ISBN As the title indicates, this book is concerned with who owns the Holy Land.

InPilgrim Press, a publishing house owned by the United Church of Christ, a mainline Protestant denomination, published Whose Land. Whose Promise. What Christians Are Not Being Told about Israel and the Palestinians.

The book was written by Rev. Gary Burge, an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and New Testament Scholar at Billy. Whose Land. Whose Promise. is Burge's personal exploration of his feelings about the crisis in the Middle East, put on paper to communicate with other Christians who share the same opinions he does and seek answers to the same questions he does; questions such as: How do I embrace my commitment to Judaism, a commitment to which I am bound by the Bible, when I sense in 5/5(1).

Whose Promised Land?, now in a fully revised and updated fifth edition, provides an evenhanded approach to this complex dilemma. The book begins with the history of the territory, explaining the development of the conflict and the complexity of /5(5). The words of Gary Burge, a professor of New Testament at Wheaton College, are as strong as the Israeli bullets, if not stronger.

Unlike many evangelical Americans, Gary is well informed of the situation in Israel/Palestine. He addresses two of the toughest questions in the Middle East--whose land and whose promise.

Whose Land. Whose Promise. This book is a powerful, prophetic call for justice that all Christians with an interest in the Middle East ought to ponder carefully Whose Land. Whose Promise. Is a passionate and personal set of reflections about the crisis in the Middle East, born out of personal experience, and historical and theological study.

This second section of the book (chapters 13–22), which details the parceling out of the land of Canaan, makes for slower reading, but it has a distinct literary purpose. It contains some of the elements we often find in ancient epics such as the catalog of the defeated kings and towns that give the scope of the conquest.

Buy WHOSE LAND WHOSE PROMISE PB by BURGE GARY (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). Whose land. whose promise?: what Christians are not being told about Israel and the Palestinians.

[Gary M Burge] Knowing the land -- Knowing the history -- pt. The Old Testament and the land. The land promises of Abraham -- The nation of Israel and the land -- The prophets and the land -- Jerusalem -- Modern Israel in the land -- pt.

This book is a powerful, prophetic call for justice that all Christians with an interest in the Middle East ought to ponder carefully Whose Land. Whose Promise. Is a passionate and personal set of reflections about the crisis in the Middle East, born out of personal experience, and historical and theological study/5(98).

Collin Chapman's Whose Promised Land delves into Israel Palestine, and shows its complexity. Note this book is written by a Christian and probably is written directly to other Christians.

So two sections of this Book deal with the theology and scripture behind Zionism and what scripture has to say towards the conflict in Palestine/5. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Whose Land? Whose Promise? is Burge's personal exploration of his feelings about the crisis in the Middle East, put on paper to communicate with other Christians who share the same opinions he does and seek answers to the same questions he does; questions such as: How do I embrace my commitment to Judaism, a commitment to which I am bound by the .Apocalypse Later: Why the Gospel of Peace Must Trump the Politics of Prophecy in the Middle East $