Author: Dixon, Murray
Israel is the most misunderstood nation on the planet. The Jewish people are the most consistently persecuted in all of history â€“ ancient and modern â€“ why? Can the Church afford to pursue its historically notorious treatment of the Jew and the nation of Israel? This book offers clarity where confusion abounds. The author compels us to examine Church history and Jewish history in the light of God’s word. Jesus is Jewish and so are the roots of the Christian faith â€“ why is that significant? No nation, ever, has been regathered from worldwide dispersion to its ancient homeland, and speaking its ancient language â€“ except Israel. And that, only, after man’s most hideous crime, to attempt to exterminate them â€“ why? Is this an issue that Christians can ignore? This book offers answers to these and many more questions.
A powerful postscript alerts the reader to the real objectives of the 2006 war between Israel and Lebanon: a conspiracy seeking the total destruction of Israel with global ramifications.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Murray Dixon serves as the Rector of Christ Church, Jerusalem. Following ordination in the New Zealand Anglican Church he ministered as a parish pastor and then as an air force chaplain before pioneering Prayer for Israel in New Zealand with his wife, Rosemary. For 20 years they led prayer tours to meet the Body of Messiah in Israel and served in an itinerant teaching ministry to the Body of Christ. Murray authored â€˜The Rebirth and Restoration of Israel,’ and â€˜Whose Promised Land?’, a history textbook for secondary schools. They also produced a video series, â€˜Meet the Saints in Israel.’
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