This well-reasoned and thoughtfully presented book will appeal to readers inside and outside the Christian market.
Christine D. Johnson -- Christian Retailing, April 17, 2006
The phenomenon of evangelical Christian support for Israel has garnered increasing media attention in recent years. Yet almost all of this coverage has been shallow and skeptical. Few have bothered to go beyond recycling the conventional wisdom. David Brog went behind the headlines to find the truth about Christian Zionism. By spending time with Christian Zionists, attending their churches and events, and reading their books and publications, Brog discovered the real motives and goals of an increasingly powerful political movement.
In the process, Brog became convinced he was tapping into something far deeper than politics. Brog, a Jew, came to believe that he was witnessing the birth pangs of a Christian/Jewish reconciliation that has been over two millennia in the making. In this important book, David Brog stands the conventional wisdom about Christians and Jews on its head. In so doing, he helps to further the very reconciliation he seeks to chronicle. This book is required reading for anyone who cares about the future of Christian/Jewish relations and the State of Israel.See all Editorial Reviews
It is important as Christians to know the significance of supporting Israel based on God's Word. David Brog does an excellent job at bringing this out. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Roy V. Casanova Jr.
If you are a lover of Israel, than this is a must read. Follows the Jewish-Christian relations through the ages with insightful thoughts on anti-Semitism and Christian Zionism. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by Bonni Bailey
i bought this book on a friend's recommendation.It gave me much greater insight into the Christian support of Israel and dispelled the previously wrongly held assumptions which I... Read morePublished on October 13, 2012 by Zell Savitz
This is NOT light reading but I found it seriously entriging. I had known bits and pieces, ( I am in my 70's and consider myself educated) however, when all those pieces are put... Read morePublished on March 30, 2011 by Barbara J. Stonecypher
David Brog, a Jewish lawyer who worked on Capitol Hill, shows in what John Hagee calls a "powerful and penetrating book," why evangelical Christians are supporting the State of... Read morePublished on December 13, 2010 by Israel Drazin