Land of Revelation: A Reconciling Presence in Israel

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Herald Press, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 375 pages
For over three decades Roy H. Kreider experienced the hopes and challenges of living in the new nation of Israel. From the Sinai War (1956), Six-Day War (1967), and Yom Kippur War (1973) to the ever-present threat of terrorism to the antagonism between Christians, Jews, and Muslims to the constant possibility of being evicted from the country, life in Israel was often filled with danger and uncertainty. In Land of Revelation Kreider tells the story of peacemaking and reconciliation the work of the Holy Spirit in a vibrant church of local believers, and the power of prayer to bring about change. This is a side of Israel that goes beyond the political tragedies and religious hatreds and sees the possibility of God's unifying spirit and presence in the Holy Land.

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Foreword
9
Authors Preface
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Acknowledgments
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