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The Land Cries Out: A Theology of the Land in the Palestinian-Israeli context

“Our theology does not exist in a vacuum but must relate to the world we inhabit and must influence our moral and ethical actions. This is especially true when discussing theology of “the land” in the context of a violent territorial conflict. The Holy Land has seen so much bloodshed that the earth itself is …

The Land Cries Out: A Theology of the Land in the Palestinian-Israeli context

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Genre: Christian, Non-Fiction, Palestinian / Israel, theology
Subjects: Christian, conflict, Israel, Messianic Believers, Middle East, Palestine, Palestine / Israel, peace building, Theology

The Land of Christ: A Palestinian Cry

I know Dr. Katanacho personally.  I greatly appreciate his articulate voice.  He is not only a passionate and knowledgeable Palestinian theologian, but he carries a clearly demonstrated love for the Israeli people.  While clearly delineating theological concerns, he is a bridge-builder among peoples.  This book is a most excellent introduction to the Kairos Palestine document …

The Land of Christ: A Palestinian Cry

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Genre: Religion, theology
Subjects: Israel, Kairos Palestine, Palestine, Palestine / Israel, zionism

All The Light We Cannot See: A Novel

Pulitzer PrizeI picked this book up, because of its many high ratings. I understand now, why it is rated so highly. I enjoyed the beauty of Doerr’s writing.  He is a wonderful wordsmith.  Using delightful phrases and metaphors, he creates pictures of high detail in one’s mind, weaving a story of a young French girl, …

All The Light We Cannot See: A Novel

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Genre: fiction, Literature
Subjects: France, love, Nazi, Novel, WWII

A Line in the Sand: The Anglo-French Struggle for the Middle East 1914-1948

“In the twentieth century, while fighting a common enemy in Europe, Britain and France were locked in a clandestine struggle for power in the Middle East. From the first agreement to divide the region between them to the birth of Israel, A Line in the Sand is a gripping narrative of the last gasp of imperialism, with …

A Line in the Sand: The Anglo-French Struggle for the Middle East 1914-1948

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Genre: History, nonfiction
Subjects: Europe, History, Middle East, World War II