Palestinian Christian Cry for Reconciliation

ISBN-10: 1570757844
ISBN-13: 9781570757846
Edition: 2008
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Book details

List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Orbis Books
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.726
Language: English

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Recapping History
The Birth of Sabeel
Two Pivotal Events
The Emergence of Hamas
The Birth of Sabeel
The Generous Offer of the Palestinians
The Demands for Justice
Give Me Justice!
The Context of Oppression and Description of the Oppressors
The Action of the Oppressed
The Obstructers of Justice in Our World
Justice and the Peace Process
Israel, an Unwilling Partner for Peace
The Palestinian Offer for Peace
The Breeding of Violence
Speaking the Truth about Violence in Palestine
The Evolution of Violence in Palestine
The Role of Terror Leading to the State of Israel
Palestinian Liberation Theology in the Service Of Nonviolence and Peace
The Bible and the Land
Exclusive Theologies of the Land
Reading the Bible as a Palestinian Christian
The Land Issue at the Heart of the Conflict
New Testament Passages
Jonah, the First Palestinian Liberation Theologian
Jonah and the Book
The Story
The Theological Message of Jonah
What Is the Relevance of Jonah to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?
The Theology and Politics of Christian Zionism
The Basic Theological Question
The Early Major Players
Important Milestones in Zionism
Christian and Jewish Zionists Unite
Challenging Christian Zionism
Son of David or Suffering Servant?
Biblical Context
The New Way of Jesus
Two Messianic Strands
Saddam, Sodom, and the Cross
The First Intifada
The First Gulf War
The Second Iraq War
The Iraq Study Group
The Destruction of Sodom
Four Paradigms
The Way of Empire
Samson, the First Suicide Bomber
The Background
The Underlying Causes: An Attempt to Understand but Not to Justify
Muslim Perspectives
Palestinian Condemnation of Suicide Bombings
Israeli Reaction
A Christian Response
Conclusion
Daniel or Judah Maccabeus?
Four Responses
Inclusive versus Exclusive
Daniel versus Judah
Jesus and Nonviolence
The Conflict over Palestine
Whose Jerusalem?
Guidance from the Scriptures
Four Biblical Texts on Jerusalem
Moving toward the "New Jerusalem"
The Peace We Dream of
Israel's Predicament
Israel as a Jewish State
The Absence of a Constitution
Ethnic Nationalism
Three Jewish Testimonies
The ACRI Report
South African Testimonials
The Way of Racism
Is Transformation Possible?
The Two-State Solution Is Not Enough
Nationalism and the Constitution of Modern States
The Two-State Solution
The Major Aspects of the Conflict
A Middle East Federation of the Holy Land
Conclusion
From Justice to Forgiveness
Justice, Nonviolence, and Peace
Peace Is Not Enough
Applying the Human Paradigm
Conclusion
Zionist Plan for Palestine 1919
Balfour Declaration
Palestinian Loss of Land 1946 to 2005
West Bank Barrier Route-June 2007
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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