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|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
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|Description:||367 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: The two Zionisms --
The Christian Zionists and the Hebrew poet : Laurence and Alice Oliphant's encounter with Naphtali Herz Imber (1882-1888) --
Theodor Herzl and his Christian associates (1883-1904) --
The Reverend Herbert Danby : scholar of Rabbinics, Zionist, Christian missionary (1889-1953) --
Rome and Jerusalem : two Catholic thinkers on Judaism and two papal visits to Jerusalem, 1964 and 2000 --
Twentieth-century literary pilgrims to Zion : Jorge Luis Borges, Robert Graves, and Vladimir Nabokov --
Jewish settlers and Christian Zionists (1967-2007).
|Other Titles:||Christians, Jews, & the idea of the Promised Land|
Important if sometimes unsettling readings of history that could point to a reshaping of the traditional Zionist story. . . . A very useful and comprehensive review of the Protestant role in the