TORONTO (PRWEB) May 18, 2012
Headlines of today continue to highlight the Israeli-Palestinian struggle and Israel’s quest for peace. Even so, another struggle is quietly rampant within world Jewry: the fight to secure Israel’s future.
Concerned about this, author Allan Russell Juriansz pens an informative primer on the security of Israel, The Fair Dinkum Jew: The Survival of Israel and the Abrahamic Covenant (published by iUniverse). The importance of the Abrahamic Covenant on Israel’s future lies at the heart of this fascinating study of Israel’s past, present and future.
In this newly published book, the author shows how the Abrahamic Covenant is vital to Israel’s survival. He discusses the three great pillars of this Covenant – Land, Torah, and Messiah – and shows how Israel’s only hope for security lies within these terms.
He further proposes a religious reformation. “A reformation is needed in Israel and among the diasporic Jews to focus on the Abrahamic Covenant and its three great pillars,” he says. As well, Juriansz offers potential solutions for peace that could possibly lead to stability within the Middle East.
The Fair Dinkum Jew primarily reaches out to Jews, secondly to the gentile Christian world, and finally the Islamic Arabs.
About the Author
Allan Russell Juriansz was born in Sri Lanka. He qualified in medicine at Sydney University Medical School in Australia and as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada. Juriansz practiced urological surgery in Toronto until his retirement in 2005. He lives with his wife of 44 years, Ruth Lesley O’Halloran.
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