Israel and the Great Commission: Samuel Whitefield
The Great Prophecy of Israels Restoration:Isaiah, chapters 40-66. 1875. Fourth Edition Matthew Arnold
The World David Knew will reveal to listeners how the story of David fits into major events in the world of his time. The profound contrast between story and facts will take the listener on an intriguing and thought-provoking journey into the compelling challenges of David´s life as a shepherd boy turned king and the powerful faith of one of the Bible´s most beloved characters. In addition to painting emotional and sociological struggles, modern listeners will learn of the difficulties and challenges of daily living, such as sourcing water, living in new lands, dealing with different people groups, enemies, family struggles, and more. Woven throughout, listeners will learn much about the broader ancient world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bob Souer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/002278/bk_hove_002278_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Great Prophecy of Israel´s Restoration:Isaiah, Chapters 40-66, arranged and edited for young learners. 1872 Matthew Arnold
In Goliath, New York Times best-selling author Max Blumenthal takes us on a journey through the badlands and high roads of Israel-Palestine, painting a startling portrait of Israeli society under the siege of increasingly authoritarian politics as the occupation of the Palestinians deepens. Beginning with the national elections carried out during Israel´s war on Gaza in 2008/9, which brought into power the country´s most right-wing government to date, Blumenthal tells the story of Israel in the wake of the collapse of the Oslo peace process. As Blumenthal reveals, Israel has become a country where right-wing leaders like Avigdor Lieberman and Bibi Netanyahu are sacrificing democracy on the altar of their power politics, where the loyal opposition largely and passively stands aside and watches the organized assault on civil liberties, where state-funded Orthodox rabbis publish books that provide instructions on how and when to kill gentiles, where half of Jewish youth declare their refusal to sit in a classroom with an Arab, and where mob violence targets Palestinians and African asylum seekers scapegoated by leading government officials as ´´demographic threats.´´ Immersing himself like few other journalists inside the world of hardline political leaders and movements, Blumenthal interviews the demagogues and divas in their homes, in the Knesset, and in the watering holes where their young acolytes hang out, and he speaks with those political leaders behind the organized assault on civil liberties. As his journey deepens, he painstakingly reports on the occupied Palestinians challenging schemes of demographic separation through unarmed protest. He talks at length to the leaders and youth of Palestinian society inside Israel now targeted by security service dragnets and legislation suppressing their speech and provides in-depth reporting on the small band of Jewish Israeli dissidents who have shaken off a conformist mind-set that pe 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul Michael Garcia. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/005957/bk_blak_005957_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Why Israel´s greatest weakness is its greatest strength, and what its supporters and enemies can learn from its success Israel´s critics in the West insist that no country founded on a single religion or culture can stay democratic and prosperous - but they´re wrong. In The Promise of Israel, Daniel Gordis points out that Israel has defied that conventional wisdom. It has provided its citizens infinitely greater liberty and prosperity than anyone expected, faring far better than any other young nation. Israel´s ´´magic´´ is a unique blend of democracy and tradition, of unabashed particularism coupled to intellectual and cultural openness. Given Israel´s success, it would make sense for many other countries, from Rwanda to Afghanistan and even Iran, to look at how they´ve done it. In fact, rather than seeking to destroy Israel, the Palestinians would serve their own best interests by trying to copy it. Takes many of the most compelling arguments against Israel and turns them completely on their heads, undoing liberals with a more liberal argument and the religious with a more devout argument Puts forth an idea that is as convincing as it is shocking - that Iran´s clerics and the Taliban should want to be more like Israel Written by Daniel Gordis, the author of the National Jewish Book Award winner, Saving Israel Daniel Gordis has been called ´´one of Israel´s most thoughtful observers´´ (Alan Dershowitz) and ´´a writer whose reflections are consistently as intellectually impressive as they are moving´´ (Cynthia Ozick) Certain to generate controversy and debate, The Promise of Israel is one of the most interesting and original books about Israel in years. 1. Language: English. Narrator: P. J. Ochlan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/010227/bk_adbl_010227_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Are you excited about planning your next trip? Do you want to try something new? Would you like some guidance from a local? If you answered ´´Yes´´ to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist audiobook is for you. Greater Than a Tourist - Israel, by Lilia Gaufberg, offers the inside scoop on what to experience while traveling in Israel. Most travel guides tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this audiobook will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination. You will discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This audiobook will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller travel guides. Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this audiobook, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Demetrius Mullen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/144864/bk_acx0_144864_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Herod is one of the more well-known characters of the Bible, as even those with a limited knowledge of the Bible will recognize the name and maybe have some idea of who Herod was. One of the most popular stories, known even to non-Christians, is Herod´s slaying of the Innocents, a gruesome part of the Christmas story. Others who may know a little bit more about the Bible will know of the accounts of Herod and John the Baptist, Herod and Jesus, Herod who was eaten by worms and maybe even Herod and Paul. Although Herod doesn´t appear in the Bible very often, it appears at critical junctures in New Testament history, and a casual reader of the Bible might incorrectly assume that each time the name ´´Herod´´ is mentioned, the Bible is referring to the same person. In fact, there were actually six different people in the New Testament who were part of this dynasty of Herods. From before the birth of Christ until the destruction of Jerusalem, the Herodian Dynasty was the ruling family in Palestine. The family of Herod came from Idumea, so they were considered by some Jews to not be qualified to sit on the throne of David in Jerusalem. However, the close connections of the family with the current Roman emperors and those who were to become emperors kept them in power for almost 100 years. The dynasty started with a celebrated war hero and ended with strong rumors of an incestuous relationship between brother and sister. The power struggles among the aristocracy and the discontent of the populace also characterized the political scene behind the events of New Testament Palestine. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Zarbock. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/082310/bk_acx0_082310_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.