England (PRWEB) May 09, 2014
Throughout the centuries the word Israel has been used in various political and religious contexts. In “Israel’s Gone Global” Dr. Steve H. Hakes has written an eye-opening book that delves into the many uses and influences of the word Israel throughout the centuries.
“Israel’s Gone Global” explores the idea that the key multitask term Israel has had a number of functions over the millennia. It asks whether ultimate salvation, only available through Israel’s messiah, is available outside Global Israel. It also looks at levels of divine revelation, marriage/divorce, meaning of life, infant salvation/damnation, and human exploration after death. This illuminating read tackles multiple concepts such as God’s fairness, the criteria for ultimate life, what eternal life now is, what death is, and what relationships and morality mean in today’s world.
This enlightening read is a refreshing new look at the many theological Christian concepts debated upon by numerous religious groups throughout the world. “Israel’s Gone Global” is a must-have for believers everywhere.
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About the Author
Dr. Steve H. Hakes is an independent Bible College principal, holding a PhD, in systematic theology, from the University of South Africa (UNISA). He is an ecumenical Christian of the charismatic-evangelical-holiness wing. He became a disciple in 1971, before returning from Australia to the UK. Here, church life began in Pentecostal circles, but he has fellowshipped in Anglican, Baptist, Brethren, Eastern Orthodox, Nazarene, Restoration, Roman Catholic, and Salvationist, circles. He is married and has one daughter. His prime identity is in God, and he holds a high view on Scripture. The book is his journey.
Israel's Gone Global* by Dr. Steve H. Hakes
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