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Haman in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Because Mordecai refused to bow down to Haman, Haman convinced King Xerxes to kill Mordecai and his people the Jews. Esther tells the story of how she used her position to stay the hand of the king.


Jews and Greeks - a Christian perspective
Paul writes that Jews demand signs and Greeks look for wisdom. Neither party knew what to do with Jesus, who seemed to eschew both wisdom and signs, but for those whom God called--both Jew and Greek--Jesus was the power and wisdom of God.


This introduction to the book of Exodus reports on the title, author, outline, and date of writing. Exodus lays a foundational theology in which God reveals his name, his attributes, his redemption, his law and how he is to be worshiped. It also reports the appointment and work of Moses as the mediator of the Sinaitic covenant, describes the beginnings of the priesthood in Israel, defines the role of the prophet and relates how the ancient covenant relationship between God and his people came under a new administration (the covenant given at Mount Sinai).


Lausanne World Pulse - Like Dew in a Dry Land: Reconciliation in the Middle East
Unity in the Body of Christ in the Middle East requires intentional reconciliation between Arab Christians from Palestine, Arab Israeli Christians and Messianic Jews.


Bible Concordance :: Samaritan
A person from the country of Samaria (part of Palestine). The Jews hated the Samaritans because they had married non-Jews. They also worshiped God differently from the Jews. But Jesus showed his love for the Samaritans by going to them and teaching them about the kingdom of God.


Charles G. Finney : Breaking Up the Fallow Ground
The Jews were a nation of farmers, and it is therefore a common thing in the scriptures to refer for Illustrations to their occupation, and to the scenes with which farmers and shepherds are familiar. The prophet Hosea addresses them as a nation of backsliders; he reproves them for their idolatry, a