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Topic: History & Politics
“Do not give dogs what is holy, and do not throw your pearls before pigs, lest they trample them underfoot and turn to attack you.” (Matthew 7:6). One interpretation of these strange words by Jesus understands “pigs” and “dogs” to…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics
Many Americans today associate the word “evangelical” with white Republicans, especially the large number who voted for Trump in the 2016 election. How did the word “evangelical” become disconnected from vibrant Christian faith and connected, instead, in popular usage at…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East
In June of 2019, Arab Baptist Theological Seminary Professor of Islamic Studies Dr. Martin Accad wrote an article titled: “The Long-Awaited US Peace Plan, the So-Called “Deal of the Century,” Would Need a Whole Greater Deal of Justice to Succeed.”…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics
In the 16th Century, Martin Luther came across a short book detailing the religious rituals and customs of the Ottoman Turks. He was so impressed with the tract that he decided to reprint it with a new preface that he…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine
The promises given to Abraham and all the prophecies in the OT have to be interpreted in the light of the coming of the kingdom of God in Jesus. The OT must therefore be read through the spectacles, the glasses,…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Israel and Palestine
Zionism is a very obvious example of religion bound up with politics. The majority of the early Zionists at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries were secular Jews, while the majority of orthodox Jews opposed…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East
There has been a dramatic decline in the number of Christians in the Middle East and they face some difficult dilemmas. At the time of the Islamic Conquests in the 7th century, a few thousand Muslim Arabs were ruling over…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith
For well over a millennium Muslims have revered Mecca as the site of their holiest shrine, the Kaaba. And until recently Western scholarship always accepted the traditional Muslim origins narrative, which says that was where Muhammad began, in Arabia. But…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine
For out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem. He shall judge between the nations, and shall decide disputes for many peoples; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East
Although “realignment” has been the word of the month, it seems, in the world of Middle Eastern socio-political analysis, a likelier descriptor might be that of “making explicit that which has up to now remained implicit.” While US-Israeli relations and…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East, History & Politics, Middle East
President Trump’s first foreign trip includes Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Vatican, an itinerary no other President has endeavored. Trump addressed the leaders of about 50 Muslim nations while in Saudi Arabia. While in the Holy Land, he met with…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Middle East, History & Politics, Polemics, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Israel and Palestine, History & Politics, Middle East, History & Politics, Middle East, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism
Cyril of Thessalonica (ca. 826-869) is remembered in mission history for his work among the Slavs and Arab Muslims in Samarra (modern Iraq) as well as Jewish and Muslim Khazars (southern Russia). He responded to the Byzantine emperor’s call to…
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