More information on Future Tense: A Vision for Jews and Judaism in the Global Culture
Jonathan Sacks
Historically, Jews have thought of themselves in terms of the biblical phrase, 'The people that dwells alone.' In the current global environment, this is dangerous. It leads to the isolation of Jews, Judaism and Israel. Too much contemporary Jewish writing is self-referential: Jews talking to Jew... (more)
More information on Why Pray for Israel?
Ken Burnett
Out of a lifetime's experience of inspiring and leading people to pray for Israel, the author illustrates the hope we should all have in God's covenant with Israel. Yet Israel is a conundrum, not only for world politicians and leaders, but also for the Church. Whatever political position one may tak... (more)
More information on Israel in the New Testament
David Pawson
Those who believe what the Bible teaches about Gods plans and purposes for the people and place of Israel are often accused of giving more time and attention to the Old Testament than the New, and there is some truth in this. Over 80% of the promises and prophecies of the Old Testament have b... (more)
More information on Travel Through Israel
Paul Williams / Clive Anderson
For many, the dream of visiting Israel becomes a reality but for others it remains a dream. Travel Through Israel is designed to benefit both the traveller and the dreamer. Combining helpful information with illuminating photographs, it turns mere names and locations into living people and places; a... (more)
More information on Bethlehem Speaks: Voices from the Little Town Cry Out
Garth Hewitt
Garth Hewitt travels to the Holy Land to uncover the story of the 'living stones', the forgotten faithful. As the Holy Land is home to three faiths, he tells of peacemakers from Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities and of those who are not necessarily religious. We find that the 'little town of ... (more)
More information on Faith Beyond Despair: Building Hope in the Holy Land
Elias Chacour / Alain Michel
Based upon conversations recorded by a French journalist, this book mixes autobiographical reflections with a critique of the contemporary state of the Middle East. It tells the stories of many individuals working for peace and of his own work, especially with children and students of the school and... (more)
More information on The Social History of Ancient Israel: An Introduction
Rainer Kessler
An accessible social history of ancient Israel, designed for Old Testament courses • Includes a timeline and glossary of term.
More information on Defending Christian Zionism: in response to Stephen Sizer & John Stott
David Pawson
Has God brought the Jewish people back to Palestine? How can both Jews and Christians be God's chosen people? How many covenants are there in the Bible? Do all Christian Zionists accept dispensational teaching? Does the God of Israel ever change his promises? These are some of the questions ... (more)
More information on Rewriting Scripture in Second Temple Times
S. White Crawford
The biblical manuscripts found at Qumran, contends Sidnie White Crawford, reflect a spectrum of text movement from authoritative scriptural traditions to completely new compositions. Treating six major groups of texts, she shows how differences in the texts result from a particular understanding of ... (more)