Item description for God Israel And Shiloh by David Rubin...
Overview Read about Israel?s difficult process of return to its Biblical Homeland!
Travel with the Children of Israel from slavery in Egypt to glory in Shiloh and Jerusalem!
Follow Israel?s road from exile to freedom and independence!
Experience the struggle to turn pain and trauma into healing and hope for the future!
Read about a true peace plan for the Land of Israel and the world!
?God, Israel, and Shiloh? is a true story which describes Israel ?s difficult, yet miraculous process of return to its Biblical heartland, despite all of the barriers in its path. The story is told through the eyes of David Rubin, as one who grew up in Brooklyn as a sometimes atheist, returning as a young adult to his Jewish roots, and eventually moving to Shiloh, which was the first capital of ancient Israel, and is now on the front lines of the struggle for the Land of Israel and the war on terrorism.
This is an historical/ Biblical story of Israel?s up and down relationship with God, from the Exodus from Egypt to the present and future, all in the context of the eternal covenant between God and His people through the centuries. We explore Israel ?s return to its heartland from a human perspective, with a special focus on Shiloh from the inside. David tells the full story of his family?s horrifying and painful, yet miraculous and inspiring experience with terrorism and how it led to the establishment of the Shiloh Israel Children?s Fund. He examines the illogical peace plans hatched up by the politicians of Israel and the world, as well as the most recent traumatic and miraculous events in Israel.
The book also addresses the significance of Israel ?s internal spiritual struggle, the global Islamic threat to world peace and freedom, and the growing role of evangelical Christian supporters on behalf of Israel?s heartland. All of these issues are discussed openly and honestly, with a passion for truth rarely exhibited in the plethora of books about Israel or the Middle East.
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Studio: MAZO PUBLISHERS
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jan 17, 2007
Publisher MAZO PUBLISHERS
ISBN 9657344131 ISBN13 9789657344132
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More About David Rubin
Dr. David Rubin lives in Pompano Beach, Fl. A gradute of the University of Miami and United States Sports Academy, he is a true "performance" specialist.
Reviews - What do customers think about God Israel And Shiloh?
I have met him...... Jul 30, 2007
While in Israel May of 2006, I was privileged to meet David Rubin in Shiloh. This book embodies his passionate ideologies, his hopes and his heart for exactly what the title states: "God, Israel and Shiloh!" You will finish it with out the confusion gleaned from the tainted media perspective. Instead, you will be informed concerning many things regarding the history of Israel and the present day settling of Jews from around the world as well as why bombs fall while so-called peace agreements are made. You will understand the geographical names of the places spoken of in the press. Your heart will be touched by the effects on the children in an area riddled with terrorists and their activities. David Rubin is a man to be trusted in all that he writes. He will personally introduce you to his very real world where all of the above is part of his day to day experiences. Next to meeting him and standing with him on the hills of Shiloh, this is the next best thing for he will take you on a journey that will leave you thinking you have been there....or....cause you to want to go!
Best Book I've Ever Read About Israel! Jul 9, 2007
David Rubin's God, Israel, and Shiloh tells the often painful, yet at times heroic saga of the Jewish People's return to its ancestral land, despite the bullets of Islamic terrorism and Israel's internal struggles. David's personal story of return to his roots was fascinating to read about, as was his breathtaking, frightening description of the terror attack in which he and his young son were wounded. He tells the story of the return to Israel's heartland through the eyes of Shiloh, Israel's ancient capital that has come to life again in our times, but much of his very human and perceptive analysis of that idealistic process of return could very well have been written about the Zionist movement as a whole. I especially enjoyed the sharp political commentary in the last two chapters, which clearly sets before us the challenges for Israel and Western civilization in the age of Islamic terrorism. This book is absolutely required reading for those who want to know the truth behind the headlines and distorted news reports.It's the best book I've ever read about Israel!
Amazing Book!!! Apr 19, 2007
"God, Israel and Shiloh" is by far the finest work that I have ever read that encapsulates the story of Israel and her people, from the Biblical to the modern. The author does a phenomenal job of explaining the history without making it "dry", the face of Islamic terrorism, including him and his son being shot yet done without sounding "biased", as well as explaining a great deal about Jewish beliefs and customs. Numerous books have been written on all of these topics and somehow the author has managed to roll them all into one amazing read! A must for anyone that desires to know more about any of the three subjects!