Jews, God, and History

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Penguin, Jun 1, 2004 - Religion - 592 pages
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From ancient Palestine through Europe and Asia, to America and modern Israel, Max I. Dimont shows how the saga of the Jews is interwoven with the story of virtually every nation on earth.
 

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[This review also appears on FingerFlow.com, a site for review and discussion of creative works.] Jews, God and History is a phenomenal work which undertakes the difficult and tedious task of ... Read full review

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I have read this book several times over the years, and keep coming back to it. As a historical account of the Jews throughout the ages, and the impact that they and their ideas have had on ... Read full review

Contents

Title Page
ONE THE GRAND ILLUSION
THREE JUDGES KINGS AND USURPERS
THE AGE OF THE APIKORSIM
SEVEN ROME CAESARISM AND REBELLION
NINE THE CONQUERING WORD
MOSES CHRIST AND CAESAR
TWELVE THE CHURCH TRIUMPHANT
TWENTYONE THE GHETTO CAPITALIST
ON THE HORNS OF MODERN ISMS
TWENTYFOUR REHEARSAL FOR RACISM
THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT
THE NEW BABYLON
TWENTYEIGHT THE BROWNSHIRTED CHRIST KILLERS
FROM ZIONISM TO THE STATE
A CULTURAL MOSAIC

THIRTEEN THE IVY LEAGUE YESHIVAS
MUHAMMAD ALLAH AND JEHOVAH
SEVENTEEN THE RISE AND FALL OF THE JEWISH PROTESTANT
NINETEEN CONCERTO FOR VIOLENCE
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
Copyright

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Max I. Dimont, author of The Indestructible Jews, The Jews in America, The Amazing Adventures of the Jewish People, and Appointment in Jerusalem, was born in Helsinki, Finland, and came to the United States in 1930. He taught himself English by reading Shakespeare’s plays, the Bible, and American plays translated into Finnish. After serving in intelligence with the U.S. Army during World War II, he worked in public relations and employee relations for Edison Brothers Stores in St. Louis. Following the first publication of the bestselling Jews, God and History, he lectured extensively on Jewish history throughout the United States, Canada, South Africa, Brazil, and Finland until his death in 1992.

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