• January 29, 2020
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    Political peace is no doubt needed but it cannot be accomplished without a solid moral foundation rooted in justice, equality, and love. At best, Trump’s proposal is seeking to prevent wars. It does not promote a lasting peace
    Is Trump the Palestinian Messiah?
By Yohanna Katanacho
  • October 16, 2019
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    I pray that the Christians that visit Jerusalem during Tabernacles will begin to live and teach a gospel that points to Jesus who is full of grace and truth rather than a feast that has become polarizing and political, the celebrations of which only hinder the cause of Christ.
    Christians & the Feast of Tabernacles: By Rev. Dr. Jack Sara
  • October 05, 2019
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    Israel’s apologists never seem to tire of pointing a finger of accusation at the Palestinian Authority with allegations that the PA persecutes Palestinian Christians. Hence, they say, the decline of the indigenous Christian population in the Palestinian territories.
    Straining Out a Gnat but Swallowing a Camel - Alex Awad
  • June 07, 2019
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    It is deplorable and somewhat surprising to watch Danny Danon, Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations, wave a Bible at a session of the Security Council to defend his country’s theft of Palestinian land in the West Bank. He is certainly inspired by his boss, Benjamin Netanyahu, who, although secular, quotes the Bible frequently to sell his expansionist agenda.
  • April 19, 2019
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    When Christians speak about the need to stand against abortion, they do not consider the killing of living children among the Palestinians, nor the forceful occupation of the land and the building of settlements
    Biblical perspective on today’s Israel and justice - By Shukri Habibi
  • December 06, 2018
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    A call by Palestinian Christians to the whole church to take the whole gospel to all the nations in the Middle East, and to visit the land of Christ and sing the gospel as well as the Christmas carols with the Middle Eastern church, the living stones
    The Survival of Christianity in the Middle East and Christmas- Yohanna Katanacho
  • November 10, 2018
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    Philip Sumpter, Director of the International Study Program at Nazareth Evangelical College, writes about the significance of Nazareth, even though the answer seems obvious
    Nazareth: Why did Jesus have to Grow Up Here? By Phil Sumpter
  • August 10, 2018
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    Dr. Salim J. Munayer, Executive Director of Musalaha ministry of reconciliation, offers a Prophetic Vision for Reconciliation amidst Israel's new Nation-State Law
    A Christian response to Israel's state law - By Salim Munayer
  • June 23, 2018
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    The so called Palestinian Evangelicals started to use the title “evangelicals” only the last 20 years. In this short article Azar Ajaj suggests the reason behind using it, when and why it happened, and the challenges entailed in “owning” this name, especially with the increasing involvement of evangelicals in US politics.
    The Challenge of Being Called Palestinian Evangelicals - By Rev Azar Ajaj
  • June 23, 2018
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    Dr. Brown’s opinions are vastly different from our own and we felt his understanding of the causes and reality of the injustices of our daily life were not been addressed adequately. We even disagree on some of the assessments he has made about the conference, yet we want to prove that dialogues based on the principles of Jesus are the best way to move forward.
    Christ at the Checkpoint’s Response to Dr. Michael Brown