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The Hope of Israel - e-book

The Hope of Israel - e-book

Rob Lawson
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The Christadelphian
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This new title reaffirms the traditional Christadelphian position on the hope of Israel. The book is in three parts, the first, written by Brother Robert Roberts in the 1860s, was his response to those who thought the Jews’ relationship with God had ended. Looking back we can see the accuracy with which his Bible-based expectations for Israel were fulfilled. Part two is a series of articles from editors of The Christadelphian, showing their reactions to world events involving God’s people, their work on behalf of impoverished Jews, and their constant commitment to this key doctrine. Finally, we see God at work in history through the speeches, diaries and essays of those who, knowingly or not, made the events of 1948 happen.

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