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Ralph Hawkins

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  • How Israel Became A People


    How did Israel become a people? Is the biblical story accurate? In what sense, if any, is the biblical story true? Are the origins of these ancient people lost in myth or is there hope to discovering who they were and how they lived? These questions divide students and scholars alike. While many believe the “Conquest” is only a fable, this book will present a different view. Using biblical materials and the new archaeological data, this title tells how the ancient Israelites settled in Canaan and became the people of Israel. The stakes for understanding the history of ancient Israel are high. The Old Testament tells us that Yahweh led the Hebrews into the land of Canaan and commanded them to drive its indigenous inhabitants out and settle in their place. This account has often served as justification for the possession of the land by the modern state of Israel. Archaeology is a “weapon” in the debate, used by both Israelis and Palestinians trying to write each other out of the historical narrative. This book provides needed background for the issues and will be of interest to those concerned with the complexity of Arab-Israeli relations.

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  • Heritage In Crisis




    1. The Identity Crisis Facing Churches Of Christ

    2. The Generation Gap In The Church Of Christ

    3. Where We Are In The Discussion Or “Desecularizing The Church Of Christ In The 21st Century”

    4. The Holy Spirit And Christian Union

    5. Baptism And Our View Of Other Denominations

    6. Hermeneutics

    7. Instrumental Music

    8. Purpose And Style In Worship

    9. Women’s Roles

    10. The Qualification And Selection Of Elders

    11. Missionary Societies And Denominational Structures

    12. Theological Trends From 1960 To The Present




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    The Churches in Christ are in growing disagreement about the direction that the Restoration Movement should take. A Heritage in Crisis introduces the background of this “identity crisis,” evaluates nine specific issues that threaten to divide the Churches of Christ today–such as worship styles and women’s roles–and suggests changes Churches in Christ can make in order to facilitate the change back to God’s original intent for the church. More than simply an academic examination of doctrinal issues, A Heritage in Crisis seeks to identify a path by which the Churches of Christ might move into a future illuminated by the light of God’s Word.

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