Israel And The Politics Of Land

A Theological Case Study

Media Information:

Categories: Book Collection.
Author(s): March (W. Eugene).
Publication Dates: 1994.
Publisher(s): Westminster John Knox Press.
Subject(s): Jewish-Arab relations, Land tenure - Religious aspects, Palestine in Christianity, Palestine in Judaism, and Palestine in the Bible.
Format(s): Softcover.

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  • DS 119.7 .M29 1994
  • Summary:

    According to W. Eugene March, the world belongs to God. We do not ‘own’ land; rather, land is a loan from God and we must use it responsibly, that is, in a right and just way. In that context, March reflects on the present state of Israel and then examines the claim by many Jews and Christians to a God-given right to a particular portion of Palestine. March gives special attention to the current reality of the state of Israel, the history and biblical data regarding the significance of land, and a theological understanding of the relationship of biblical Israel to contemporary Israel.


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