Tracing Israel's political heritage from Ancient times, Juster argues that God has, and has always had, a special place not only in religion, but also in politics. Taking the Apostle Paul as his cue, Juster articulates a political world view with Israel-and the blessings that tiny nation brings to the world-as its epicenter. He also explores the role Israel plays in the world today, the blessings it brings, and the continuing role of Messianic Jews in the nation of Israel.
Referring to the chosen-ness of the Jewish people, Paul, the Apostle, ?For God's free gifts and his calling are irrevocable? (Rom. 11: 29). This messenger to the Gentiles understood the unique calling of his people, Israel. So does Daniel Juster. In The Irrevocable Calling, he expands Paul's words, showing how Israel was uniquely chosen to bless the world and how these blessings can be enjoyed today.
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