Who Are the Christians in the Middle East? by Betty Jane Bailey

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Written for a knowledgeable general readership, Professor Dever reinvigorates discussion of the origins of ancient Israel. Dever rejects both the revisionists who characterize biblical literature as pious propaganda and the conservatives who are afraid to even question its factuality. Through his exhaustive examination of the archaeological evidence, he instead seeks to approach the biblical text and the external data with no preconceptions, singling out where the two lines of evidence converge.
 

About Betty Jane Bailey

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Betty Jane Bailey is currently a consultant to the Middle East Office of the Common Global Ministries Board, UCC/Disciples of Christ. J. Martin Bailey is presently serving as director of development for Worldwide Faith News and as media consultant to the Hartford-based interfaith project Faith Communities Today. Both are ordained ministers in the United Church of Christ.
 
Published March 27, 2003 by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. 229 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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With the world's attention focused on ongoing conflicts in Israel, journalists, authors and scholars have examined the long-standing hostility between Jews and Muslims there.

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