• January 22, 2008
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    In this book, Dr. Khoury presents three main parts that concentrate on medieval historical theological components of Arab Christians, contemporary sociopolitical as well as theopolitical challenges, and contextual theological concerns (p. 8).

    The Author, Dr. Geries Khoury is the academic Dean of Mar Elias Theology School in Ibilin. The book review is written by the Director of the Academic Affairs at Galilee Bible College, an extension of Bethlehem Bible College

    By Yohanna Katanacho, PHD, Special For "Come and See", Jan 22, 2008

    Arab Christians (’arab masihioun') by Geries Khoury
  • September 04, 2007
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    In this book, you will find that Arabs are described as donkeys. This description is embedded in an amazing dialogue in the middle of the nineteenth century between a Greek Orthodox Bishop and his Russian conversant. The discussion is so relevant for today’s tensions between the Greeks and the Arabs. Also, Kildani fails to be objective in evaluating the Catholic Church (Where the author served as Bishop), and describes Evangelicals as usurpers.

    Hanna Said Kildani. Al Massihitu Al Mu’asra fi Al Urdn wa Falastine (Modern Christianity in Jordan and Palestine). Amman: Kildani, 1993 (466 pages)

    Rev. Yohanna Katanacho, PHD, Special for Come and See, Sep 4, 2007

    Modern Christianity in Jordan and Palestine, by Kildani
  • May 23, 2006
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    In a recent conference, Brother Andrew said that terrorists are not born but made. He adds that they become terrorists because no one cares for their souls. Light Force is a book that prompts its readers to be concerned about the souls of terrorists. It also wants its readers to be involved in the struggles of their brothers and sisters in the Lebanese and Palestinian churches.

    Light Force is a fair book that is not marked by any mindless emotionalism. Instead, it reflects a strong commitment to Christ, to supporting God's people in Lebanon and the Palestinian territories, to loving both Arabs and Jews, and to evangelizing Muslims.

    Yohanna Katanacho, Special for "Come and See", May 23, 2006

  • February 13, 2006
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    This week, the Catholic Bishops' Synod in the Middle East has appointed Father Elias Chacour for the position of the Greek Catholic Bishop of Israel.

    Father Chacour is mainly known in the west for his book ?Blood Brothers?. This book continues to fascinate readers from around the globe. It has been translated to 28 languages and has entered the private rooms of powerful politicians as well as the poor dwellings of refugees.

    Chacour, Elias and David Hazard. Blood Brothers: The Unforgettable Story of a Palestinian Christian Working For Peace in Israel. Foreword by James A Baker, former US Secretary of State. Grand Rapids: Chosen Books, 2003.

    Yohanna Katanacho, Special for Come and See, Feb 12, 2006

  • November 24, 2004
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    A Palestinian Pastor who is studying for his PHD in Thelogical Studies at Trinity International University in Chicago reviews Atallah Mansour's book titled "Narrow Gate Churches - The Christian Presence in the Holy Land under Muslim and Jewish Rule".

    Yohanna Katanacho, Special for Come and See, June 30, 2004

  • November 23, 2004
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    Several Christian Arab Scholars and Pastors in the Holy Land are leaving Premillennialism and turning to Amillennialism. However, few people possess the boldness of Rev. Yousif Odeh, a well know minister in Galilee area. After promoting the teaching of Premillennialism for decades, he comes to a point where he changes his position. Furthermore, he decides to publicly defend Amillennialism and to promote it in writing. In other words, his book is an apologetics of Amillennialism and a refutation of Premillennialism especially its Dispensational branch.

    Yohanna Katanacho, Special For Come and See, Dec 31, 2003

  • October 01, 2003
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    A Palestinian Pastor who is studying for his PHD in Thelogical Studies at Trinity International University in Chicago reviews Gary Burge's book titled "Whose Land? Whose Promise? What Christians Are Not Being Told About Israel and the Palestinians".

    Yohanna Katanacho, Special for Come and See, Oct 1, 2003

  • March 15, 2001
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    Church Planting Movements In The Holy Land

    Author: Dr. Ray Register
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