Jerusalem Crucified, Jerusalem Risen: The Resurrected Messiah, the Jewish People, and the Land of Promise
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Mark S. Kinzer., & Mark S. Kinzer|AUTHOR. (2018). Jerusalem Crucified, Jerusalem Risen: The Resurrected Messiah, the Jewish People, and the Land of Promise . Wipf and Stock Publishers.

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Mark S. Kinzer and Mark S. Kinzer|AUTHOR. 2018. Jerusalem Crucified, Jerusalem Risen: The Resurrected Messiah, the Jewish People, and the Land of Promise. Wipf and Stock Publishers.

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Mark S. Kinzer and Mark S. Kinzer|AUTHOR. Jerusalem Crucified, Jerusalem Risen: The Resurrected Messiah, the Jewish People, and the Land of Promise Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2018.

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Mark S. Kinzer, and Mark S. Kinzer|AUTHOR. Jerusalem Crucified, Jerusalem Risen: The Resurrected Messiah, the Jewish People, and the Land of Promise Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2018.

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Basing his argument on a reading of the Acts of the Apostles and the Gospel of Luke, Kinzer proposes that the biblical message requires its interpreters to reflect theologically on the events of post-biblical history. In this context he considers the early emergence of Rabbinic Judaism and the much later phenomenon of Zionism, offering a theological perspective on these historical developments that is biblically rooted, attentive to both Jewish and Christian tradition, and minimalist in the theological constraints it imposes on the just resolution of political conflict in the Middle East.
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