Biography Early life and background Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi  was born on 2 October  into a Gujarati Hindu Modh Baniya family  in Porbandar also known as Sudamapuria coastal town on the Kathiawar Peninsula and then part of the small princely state of Porbandar in the Kathiawar Agency of the Indian Empire. His father, Karamchand Uttamchand Gandhi —served as the diwan chief minister of Porbandar state. His first two wives died young, after each had given birth to a daughter, and his third marriage was childless.
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President, this will be remembered by our people through the ages. In the flurry of Christian Zionist activity in the Trump era, the Cyrus motif still carries weight. Cyrus, and the biblical story of Estherare perhaps the predominant typologies in contemporary Christian Zionist thinking.
He weaves these characters into a history of American Christian Zionist thought from the seventeenth century to the present and gives a semblance of coherence and understanding for readers who are curious about the roots of American Cyrus-philia and the possible consequences of its invocation by political leaders.
Unlike today, when U. Goldman reminds us that out of the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation emerged popular interest in the fate of the Jewish people and a new covenantal thinking that tied the destiny of gentile nations to Jewish settlement in Palestine.
But it could not be a replacement for the Jews because the covenant with Abraham remained in effect. But the belief that Jews remained in covenant with God was held by Increase Mather and Jonathan Edwards, among others. This conviction, Goldman argues, outlasted the Puritans and became embedded in American political thought.
This American fascination with Israel was mediated through the Bible. Americans preferred vivid biblical and national metaphors to describe the Holy Land and their relationship to it; Cyrus was but one of the most prominent. For famed Protestant minister Harry Emerson Fosdick, who toured Palestine inthe Arab inhabitants were destined to become like the Native Americans.
Goldman is reticent to explore the links between Christian Zionist attitudes and American policy toward the Middle East in the twentieth century, even as he illustrates how pervasive Protestant thinking was in American political thought.
In short, the special link between Israel and the land of Palestine, and the vaunted place of Jewish restoration in Christian eschatology, often came at the expense of the non-Jewish inhabitants of Palestine.
Goldman is more engaged in tracing the contours of liberal Protestant opinion toward Jews in Europe. The legacy of supersessionist theology, which declared that the church had assumed the blessings once reserved for Israel while Jews suffered under their rejection of Jesus as Messiah, blunted Protestant concern for European anti-Semitism.
Even so, for a smaller group of postwar liberal Protestants, humanitarian and geopolitical considerations fueled a vigilant Christian Zionism.
Reinhold Niebuhr, the most outspoken postwar Protestant supporter of Israel until his death inwas a bellwether, basing his concerns for Israel on morality and political realism. Unlike other liberal Protestants, it did not take the Holocaust to spur his humanitarian considerations—Niebuhr had come to believe in the need for a Jewish state in Palestine in the s.
Like the Protestants of old, he acknowledged Jewish covenantal exceptionalism, though he did not believe in the literal fulfillment of biblical prophecies. Indeed, the historical lesson Goldman seeks to draw from emphasizing continuity in American Christian Zionism is left undeveloped.
While empathetic to Christian supporters of Israel, Goldman refrains from judgment on which narrative is closer to the truth. Mike Pence uttered a less nuanced version of that story in his January speech to the Knesset. Hummel is a Robert M.
This sentence has been updated.Hebrews All these died in faith, without receiving the promises, but having seen them and having welcomed them from a distance, and having confessed that they were strangers and exiles on the earth. (NASB: Lockman)Greek: Kata pistin apethanon outoi pantes, me labontes tas epaggelias, alla porrothen autas idontes kai aspasamenoi, kai homologesantes oti xenoi kai parepidemoi eisin epi tes ges;.
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Puritan aspiration and fulfillment. New England Puritans’ Aspirations and Fulfillment As of today, many of our ancient mentality as well as values has been based off of a 17th Century group called Puritans, people from New England who were not satisfied with the Church and their power, and decided to leave New England to create a Utopia of their own in America.
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The foundation of which are the concepts of liberty and equality. The Puritans strongly believed that the Church of England had been adulterated by various worldly vanities and succumbing to politics, compromising the pure nature of God and religion and that reform was necessary to revert the Church to this state of purity, hence the name "Puritans" (Campbell.