Jews, Christians, and the Land of Israel

Wilken, Robert L.
August 1990
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep1990, Issue 5, p13
Discusses the Christian and Jewish interpretations of the fulfillment of the biblical prophecy of the return of the Jews to the Land of Israel. Discussion of the fundamental principle of Christian Messianism; Signs of the advent of the Messianic Age according to the beliefs of Christians; Comparison of the Christian and Jewish identification with the Land of Israel.


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