In Defense of Israel: The Biblical Case for Supporting The Jewish StateJohn HageeFrontline / 2007 / Trade Paperback$8.49 Retail:3.5 Stars Out Of 5 13 Reviews
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charvannSt. Maries, IdahoAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Good bookApril 27, 2012charvannSt. Maries, IdahoAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Just a real powerful book. I have not finished it yet, but it is a real eye opener and I think every person should read this book and then tell me they do not support Israel.
Jean Sulla1 Stars Out Of 5September 15, 2009Jean SullaI disagree with Pr. Hagee on Jesus not ever saying He was the Messiah in his book. I would really like to know if he ever said he made a mistake in saying this and that the Jewish people did not have to receive Jesus Christ as their Messiah. PLEASE explain, thanks, Jean I still listen to Pr. Hagee for the rest of his teachings are wonderful
Nia Heitz5 Stars Out Of 5May 5, 2008Nia HeitzIf you don't think we should support Israel, you should definitly read this book. I read it through right after I received it and it is right on the money as far as I am concerned.
Larry MacdonaldArizonaAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5February 21, 2008Larry MacdonaldArizonaAge: Over 65Gender: maleThis was an easy reading book. A convincing report of our need to support the Nation of Israel in light of Bible prophecy.
David Niles2 Stars Out Of 5January 6, 2008David NilesI would not recommend John Hagee's new book to anyone. I respect and appreciate that Mr Hagee is Pro-Israel and supports Israel's right to the Land, but he comes up with some pretty off conclusions. John Hagee says in the book that Jesus never claimed to be the Messiah, and that the Jewish people during that time didn't reject him, it was Him (Jesus) who rejected their worship as Messiah! This book only confirms that he, to me, believes in the dual covenant theory. This book unfortunately will lead some astray, if not grounded in the Word of God. I would suggest anything by Joel Rosenberg, starting with "Epicenter".