On the Road to Armageddon: How Evangelicals Became Israel's Best Friend

Baker Academic, 2005 - 336 Seiten
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Why do evangelicals care so much about Israel? How did this special relationship develop? What has it produced? Certain understandings of Bible prophecy have profoundly shaped the way evangelicals and other Americans view Israel and the political policies that have supported the Jewish state.Now in paperback, this major work on an ever timely theme is for anyone interested in American-Israeli relations, history, theology, and politics. "Timothy Weber's important and timely book illuminates the end-times beliefs that shape millions of Americans' view of current events. Well-researched and historically grounded . . . This disturbing work deserves the widest possible readership."--Paul S. Boyer, author, When Time Shall Be No More

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Nutzerbericht  - bob dupont - Christianbook.com

Great Book. Good insights in modern dispensationalism. Critical of dispensationalism yet fair and not cruel. Good history of the doctrine and traces its sources and views about modern Israel. Well documented and asks hard hitting questions. Vollständige Rezension lesen

On the road to Armageddon: how evangelicals became Israel's best friend

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Weber (president, Memphis Theological Seminary) here gives an excellent overview of the growth of dispensationalism, a branch of premillennialism, and dispensational end-time predictions in America ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Timothy P. Weber (Ph.D., University of Chicago Divinity School) is the author of Living in the Shadow of the Second Coming: American Premillennialism, 1875-1982.

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