Understanding the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Michael Rydelnik Moody Publishers, Chicago October 1, 2007

Why do the Israelis and the Palestinians continue to carry out violent acts against each other? What efforts have been made in the past to bring about peace between the two? Why have those efforts failed? How does militant Islam relate to this issue? What does the Bible say about who has a right to the land? What does the Bible say about a future Islamic invasion of Israel? Will the violence ever stop? Is there any hope for peace in Israel?

Rydelnik, professor of Jewish studies at Moody Bible Institute, answers these questions with thoroughness and biblical insights. The son of Holocaust survivors, Rydelnik was raised an Orthodox Jew but became a Christian while a teenager. He is a graduate of Dallas Seminary.

—Roy B. Zuck

July 1, 2005

Biblotheca Sacra

This review appeared in the Jul-Sep 2005 vol. 162 no. 3 issue of Biblotheca Sacra, DTS’s quarterly academic journal.

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