zionism

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Hermeneutics in a fragile land

A review of Will Stalder

The history of Palestinian Christian interpretation of the Old Testament reminds us of the nuanced, fragile nature of life in that region.

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Zionism's theological roots

A review of David Novak

How does theology shape Jewish democracy, in light of the many competing claims and complex relationships in the land of Israel?

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Mapping Exile and Return, by Alain Epp Weaver

Alain Epp Weaver offers a new conceptual bridge to explain the Israel/Palestine conflict to U.S. readers and to suggest a way forward.

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Israel’s Protestant friends

The Six-Day War, as Caitlin Carenen argues, represented a turning point in American Protestant views of Israel.

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The Chosen Peoples, by Todd Gitlin and Liel Leibovitz

Todd Gitlin and Liel Leibovitz have written a thoughtful critical volume on the roots and costs of chosenness as it pertains to historical and contemporary Israel and the United States.