By Mae Elise Cannon,Daniel Roth,Aziz Abu Sarah
With contributions from:
Carolyn Custis James
Dale Hanson Bourke
Donald M. Lewis
John E Phelan, Jr.
John M. Perkins
"If you care approximately peace and justice within the land the place Jesus lived and died, then learn this glorious selection of considerate, probing essays from quite a lot of viewpoints. The writers are students, pastors, activists, theologians, all struggling--from their vigorously diverse perspectives!--to be devoted to the Prince of Peace. an exceptional learn that may depart you far better built to appreciate each side and hence paintings extra successfully for simply reconciliation within the Holy Land."
--Ron Sider, President emeritus, Evangelicals for Social Action
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon is the administrative director of church buildings for heart East Peace (CMEP); writer of the award winning Social Justice Handbook and different books on spirituality and justice. Cannon has a number of masters levels and earned her doctorate in American historical past with the minor in center japanese reports from the college of California--Davis, concentrating on the heritage of the yankee Protestant church's engagement in Israel and Palestine.
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A Land Full of God: Christian Perspectives on the Holy Land by Mae Elise Cannon,Daniel Roth,Aziz Abu Sarah