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Israel God’s Servant: God’s Key to the Redemption of the World
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Israel God’s Servant: God’s Key to the Redemption of the World

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Historically, anti-Semitism has been engrained in much Christian theology and practice. Is this the result of New Testament teaching, or an alien intrusion into Christianity? What is a Christian attitude towards the Jewish people and towards the state of Israel? What is currently going on in the Middle East and Israel, and does Israel still play a role in God’s purposes for the redemption of the world?

This book seeks to set out a biblical and theological case for the ongoing importance of the Jewish people in God’s plans for creation and to explain something of the complex and controversial situation in the modern day Israeli state.

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Key Features

  • Explores the background to the present problems in the Middle East
  • Explains how politics and religion are woven together in the Middle East

Praise for the Print Edition

A concrete and practical approach toward discipleship that helps us to apply Christ’s likeness to our lives while avoiding ‘clone-making.’

—Mike Gammil, pastor, Houston, Texas

Product Details

  • Title: Israel, God’s Servant: God’s Key to the Redemption of the World
  • Authors: David W. Torrance and George Taylor
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 144

About David W. Torrance

David W. Torrance is a Presbyterian minister in the Church of Scotland. He studied theology with Karl Barth.