Zion's call: Christian contributions to the origins and development of Israel
Traces the chronological development of Christian efforts to establish a nation for Jews. Emphasizes the relationship between these Christians and the Zionist movement.
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The Beginnings of the Movement
From Religion to Politics
The Emergence of the Zionist
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