ZIONISM UNSETTLED

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What role have Zionism and Christian Zionism played in shaping attitudes and driving historical developments in the Middle East and around the world? How do Christians, Jews, and Muslims understand the competing claims to the land of Palestine and Israel? What steps can be taken to bring peace, reconciliation, and justice to the homeland that Palestinians and Israelis share? 
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Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Zionism Unsettled:  A Congregational Study Guide 

What role have Zionism and Christian Zionism played in shaping attitudes and driving historical developments in the Middle East and around the world? How do Christians, Jews, and Muslims understand the competing claims to the land of Palestine and Israel? What steps can be taken to bring peace, reconciliation, and justice to the homeland that Palestinians and Israelis share? 

Zionism Unsettled embraces these critical issues fearlessly and with inspiring scope. The booklet and companion DVD draw together compelling and diverse viewpoints from Jews, Muslims, and Christians in Israel, Palestine, the US, and around the globe. By contrasting mainstream perceptions with important alternative perspectives frequently ignored in the media, Zionism Unsettled is an invaluable guide to deeper understanding. 

Released in January 2014 to immediate critical acclaim, Zionism Unsettled consists of a 74-page illustrated booklet and a free companion DVD. 

A how-to guide for class leaders and focused discussion prompts make it an ideal resource for multi-week exploratory education programs in churches, mosques, synagogues, and all classroom settings.

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Item No. 26466-14-001

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Prices:
Single copies: $10
10-19 copies: $8 each
20 plus copies: $6 each

 

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2 Comments

  1. Redpossum said,

    January 19, 2014 at 17:18

    “A how-to guide for class leaders and focused discussion prompts”

    Ahh, sorry, but that sounds to me like indoctrination. That sounds to me like somebody trying to tell others what to think. No matter how good the cause, no matter how much I may agree with the viewpoint represented, I am highly suspicious of anything like this.

  2. desertpeace said,

    January 19, 2014 at 18:13

    Red… You may change your mind if you click on what others say (link at end of post)


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