A clear, in-depth biblical explanation of the origin, history, and significance of the Middle East conflict.
The current conflict in the Middle East began long before the creation of the state of Israel in 1948. It originated when Abraham sinned, distorting God's promise that he and his heirs would make a great nation and inherit the land now called The Holy Land.
A historical and political account, Seeds of Turmoil clearly explains the biblical story of Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar and the ensuing sibling rivalry between Jacob and Esau, whose choices formed the world's three most influential religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
This fascinating insight into the beginnings of the conflict also explains what about the land is so important today. In addition, Wright sheds light on the conflicting Jewish, Christian, and Islamic perspectives and answers the question, Does God play favorites?
|About the Contributor(s)||Bryant Wright
Bryant Wright is pastor of the 7,700 member Johnson Ferry Baptist Church (johnsonferry.org) and founder of Right From the Heart media ministry (rightfromtheheart.org), broadcast in four languages and heard in six countries, mostly on secular radio, television, and the Internet. He and his wife are the parents of three married sons.
|Release Date||Nov 22, 2011|