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Publication Date: 18 Mar 2010
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Author: Gary Burge
ISBN-13: 9780281059522, 9780281065387

Jesus and the Land

How The New Testament Transformed 'Holy Land' Theology
By Gary Burge
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Summary
The relationship of 'land' to 'theology' has been a motif living within the Jewish tradition since the patriarchal era: one mark of the covenant with Abraham was the promise of land. Gary Burge explores what the New Testament says about 'the land' and outlines the various ways in which these passages have been interpreted.
About the Author
Gary M. Burge is professor of New Testament at Wheaton College and Graduate School in Chicago, Illinois. His interests include the gospels, particularly John, first century Jewish life in Galilee. and Christian Zionism. He is the author of Who are God's People in the Middle East? (Zondervan, 1993) and of the controversial Whose Land? Whose Promise? (Pilgrim, 2003).

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