The Tapestry Of Israel
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📒The Tapestry Of Israel ✍ Neil W. Taylor
✏The Tapestry of Israel Book Summary : Israel is not just another nation. The history of Israel is not merely a collection of coincidences. God is not finished with the Jews. This tiny nation that is perpetually ensnared in conflict and persecution still holds a key place in God's purpose for mankind and has not been replaced by the Christian Church. The Tapestry of Israel explores a number of trends or “threads” that make up the history of this ancient nation. These threads prove Israel's modern relevance and demand a response to the Jews' increasing need for support as the pressure mounts to exchange the Holy Land for the illusion of peace. Christians will learn that the Jews are still God's chosen people, even today, and that heavenly intervention and miracles are common occurrences in modern-day Israel. Corrupt theology and deceptive theories are exposed! Discover how Satan seeks to rob Israel of her covenant with God and bring the destruction of Israel through anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism. Learn what the Christian Church's responsibility is in its support of Israel and what the supportive Christian should pray on behalf of Israel. Please Visit: www.thetapestryofisrael.com
📒Threads In The Tapestry ✍ Cherub Angela Nicholls
✏Threads in the Tapestry Book Summary : Threads in the Tapestry: Conflict and Resolution in the Middle East by Cherub Nicholls Threads In The Tapestry: Conflict & Resolution in the Middle East can be simply explained in a love story. God, the Great King, chooses for Himself a wife. Her name is Israel. This Great King loves His wife very much and would do anything to shower her with His affection. Like other husbands in a marital relationship, He provides for His wife a home. This Great King utilizes the skills and expertise of foreign labour to build His wife her home. After the labourers complete their tasks (they were the Kenites, the Kenezzites, and the Kadmonites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, and the Rephaim, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Girgashites, and the Jebusites), He removes them from the country, so that His wife alone, may enjoy the splendour of His possession.Twice, because of His wife's unfaithfulness to Him, He sends her away from His house. Nevertheless, He remains committed to His lover and decides that He will be faithful and seek no "sweetheart" while healing takes place in His broken heart.After a long time, God, the Great King and husband of Israel, decided that He has punished His wife long enough, and He brings her back home: to Himself, His house and city. Her total adoration is all He yearns for. Though there are many other women in the street, trying to win His affection, He reserves His love for His wife alone. Leave Israel alone! Her King, with great power, will rescue her from the world. This is a must read! About the Author Cherub Angela Nicholls served as a career diplomat for Guyana at the United Nations, and also as an intern at the United Nations. Her diplomatic career helped "open her eyes" to the Arab-Israeli conflict. No longer in her country's service, she has since become an advocate for Israel, in which she is dedicated to providing insights to the conflict from the standpoint of the God of Israel.
✏Threads in the tapestry A commentary on modern life Book Summary :
📒The Tapestry Of Jewish Time ✍ Nina Beth Cardin
✏The Tapestry of Jewish Time Book Summary : Rabbi Cardin--writing as a religious leader, friend, neighbor, wife, mother, and daughter--guides us toward a fuller understanding of Judaism. She invites us to become weavers of tradition; to knit our personal stories together with those of our ancestors and our community; and to honor, savor, and celebrate the sacred in our lives. This important addition to the Jewish family library presents detailed explanations of each ritual, along with historical, cultural, and scriptural background. By describing traditional rites as well as contemporary innovations--the Passover seder and Miriam's Cup, baby-naming ceremonies and the practice of wrapping the newborn in a tallit--Rabbi Cardin shows how we can honor and add to our tradition. Supplementary margin notes offer: Examples of ethical wills Personal anecdotes Rabbinic stories, folk tales, and poetry Tips on addressing the December Dilemma Enhancing the volume are exquisite drawings by Ilene Winn-Lederer, a mini-prayerbook of blessings for home observance, and a 20-year calendar of Jewish holidays. Rabbi Cardin invites us to record details of our observance in Personal Weavings--favorite holiday recipes, family rituals, and prayers of the heart--so that the Jewish tradition may be renewed and enriched. The Tapestry of Jewish Time reflects a profound spirituality that inspires us all to contribute to the lush weave of Jewish life.
📒Weaving Your Thread In The Tapestry Of Judaism ✍ Lev Green
✏Weaving Your Thread in the Tapestry of Judaism Book Summary : This book is a beautiful and concise discussion of Judaisms place in humankind, and the role of the individual Jew in contributing to the tapestry of Judaism. In every generation, Jews covenant with God as partners to be a shining example of righteousness, based upon the lessons of the Torah. The tapestry of Judaism represents the interweaving of all of the individual threads of Jews past and present who have used their God-given talents toward this end. Every Jew needs to weave his/her thread so that the tapestrys brilliance may continue to shine for all humankind. This book would be of interest to any Jew seeking a better understanding of Judaisms place in humankind and our place in Judaism.
📒Israel ✍ Moshe Avraham Kempinski
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📒The Tapestry Of Christian Theology ✍ Gregory C. Higgins
✏The Tapestry of Christian Theology Book Summary : "This innovative handbook provides students and lay readers with an introduction to the study of theology by exploring nine of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century: Rosemary Radford Ruether, Gustavo Gutierrez, Reinhold Niebuhr, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Karl Rahner, Jurgen Moltmann, Hans Kung, Yves Congar, and Wolfhart Pannenberg. A key work by each of these theologians is paired with an essential moment in the biblical narrative of salvation: Creation, Exodus, Conquest, Exile, Incarnation, Crucifixion, Resurrection, Pentecost, and the End of Time. This framework focuses attention on the theologian as both a thinker responding to the issues of the day as well as a spiritual guide helping us better understand the Christian life."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
📒Saving Israel ✍ Daniel Gordis
✏Saving Israel Book Summary : Is Israel worth saving, and if so, how do we secure its future? The Jewish State must end, say its enemies, from intellectuals like Tony Judt to hate-filled demagogues like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Even average Israelis are wondering if they wouldn't be better off somewhere else and whether they ought to persevere. Daniel Gordis is confident his fellow Jews can renew their faith in the cause, and in Saving Israel, he outlines how. 2009 National Jewish Book Award winner Addresses the most pressing issues faced by Israel-and American Jews-today, without recycling the same old arguments Lays to rest some of the most pernicious myths about Israel, including: Jews could thrive without Israel; Israeli Arabs just want equality, and Palestinians just want their own state; peace will come, if Israel will just do the right things "Morally powerful . . . from a writer whose reflections are consistently as intellectually impressive as they are moving. . . . Gordis addresses the exigencies of our time with the urgency they overridingly demand, and with the depth of feeling they inspire."-Cynthia Ozick Gordis has written many popular personal essays and memoirs in the past, but Saving Israel is a full-throated call to arms. Never has the case for defending-no, celebrating-the existence of Israel been so clear, so passionate, or so worthy of wholehearted support.
✏Corner of the Tapestry a History of the Jewish Experience in Ar 1820s 1990s c Book Summary :
✏The Israel Economist Book Summary :