Posted in Reading Israel

God’s Country: Christian Zionism in America

In America, what has come to be known as Christian Zionism dates back to the Puritan era of the 1600s, and while there’s nothing new…

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Alabama Baptists officially praise U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem

Consul General Lior Haiat from Israel’s Consulate in Miami visits the new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem. Against a backdrop of the people of Israel facing…

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Shared passion: African-American hoops players at home in Israel

Cory Carr, a Fordyce, Ark., native and Texas Tech alumnus, played one season for the Chicago Bulls, then joined Maccabi Ra’anana in Israel in 2000….

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With a little help from their friends: Promoting American football in Israel

Outside the United States, the term “football” is what Americans refer to as “soccer.” While soccer is big in Israel, American-style football is steadily growing,…

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Long-time Jerusalem Post writer: Israel should be grateful for Christian support

One of Israel’s best-known journalists believes that Israelis should be thankful for the growing Christian Zionist movement, which is providing the Jewish state with crucial…

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Water, energy and security emphasized as La. Governor Edwards visits Israel

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards at signing of collaboration agreement between the Water Institute of the Gulf in Baton Rouge and Israel’s Zuckerberg Institute for…

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Historic day in Ariel: Mobile mayor, U.S. ambassador make first visits as Israeli, Palestinian entrepreneurs meet

U.S. Ambassador David Friedman speaks in Ariel Oct. 16 was a historic day in Ariel, and Birmingham-based JH Israel was in the middle of it….

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