Anti-Semitism Arises Once Again – What is the Biblical Basis to Oppose it?
It’s quite unusual to find a Christian author or teacher that favors Israel who isn’t also a dispensationalist. And it is difficult to find a dispensationalist who isn’t also a Christian Zionist. Nevertheless, in Gerald McDermott, we have an Anglican theologian, Israel scholar, and author who is not dispensational, but who advocates for Jews everywhere, especially those living in the present state of Israel. McDermott has written extensively on the subject of why Israel should be valued by Christians rather than repudiated for their historical rejection of … Read More
As usual, Caroline Glick brings a lot of sanity to the question of how best to resolve the 70-year Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
(This article summarizes what I believe are the key points in her lengthy article found by clicking HERE).
Although she was written about how a one-state solution could work, she cites a recent speech made by John Bolton at the famous King David Hotel, in which former UN Ambassador Bolton laid out a plan for how law and order can be restored to Gaza, Judea, and Samaria – those areas most in dispute and where violence has become … Read More
Optimism for a Renewed Alliance While Suspicion Festers
Today we hear increasingly heated arguments against Zionism. For Christians who care about the state of Israel and its people, its time to perk up our ears and pay attention.
Many contend that Zionism drives the agenda of the Western World and has thoroughly infected the policies of the United States. Even conservative radio personalities are speaking against the nation state of Israel more frequently and casting Zionism as the ultimate monster in leading the world down the primrose path toward an elite-dominated new world order.
Despite the frustration President Obama … Read More
The Importance of May 16 in History and Bible Prophecy
By S. Douglas Woodward
Roots of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
99 years ago today, a process began which would conclude with the creation of the modern state of Israel—and in the process generate almost non-stop worldwide controversy from that moment forward. Indeed, the present-day crisis in Syria and Iraq between ISIS (aka ISIL), the United States, and the governments of Iraq and Syria connects to this treaty signed a century ago less one year.
The event was the inking of the Sykes-Picot Agreement (May 16, 1916). This secret agreement focused on … Read More