The Implications of Christian Zionism for Mission

Bush, Andrew F.
July 2009
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Jul2009, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p144
Academic Journal
The article discusses the implications of Christian Zionism for Catholic mission in the Palestinian region. It illustrates contemporary mission theory and practice including the distinction between Palestinian Arabs and cultural anthropology, the mission efforts, the militant liberation theology of God's mission, and the eschatological expectations on mission ethic. The mission blocks the perception between Muslim people on their interpersonal relationship with their friends and Christian community because of their biased support of Israel in accordance with Christian Zionism in the Gospel of the grace of God.


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