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Who’s to blame for the crisis in Israel?

October 12, 2023 -

Dr. Jim Denison shares biblical insight and expert knowledge on the many questions swirling around the ongoing war in Israel:

  • What is a kibbutz, and why was one so brutally attacked by Hamas?
  • Is Hamas really a terror organization, or are they an oppressed group fighting for legitimate survival?
  • Does Hamas truly and rightfully represent the Palestinian people, or are they self appointed power mongers who refuse free elections and retain power by intimidation?
  • If a group is oppressed or attacked, are all means of retaliation legitimate?
  • Is all of history the story of one person oppressing another or one group or nation oppressing another?
  • Does God love Palestinians and Israelites?

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About Dr. Jim Denison

Jim Denison, PhD, is a cultural theologian and the founder and CEO of Denison Ministries. He speaks biblically into significant cultural issues at Denison Forum. He is the chief author of The Daily Article and has written more than 30 books, including The Coming Tsunami, the Biblical Insight to Tough Questions series, and The Fifth Great Awakening.

About Dr. Mark Turman

Dr. Mark Turman is the Executive Director of Denison Forum and Vice President of Denison Ministries. Among his many duties, Turman is most notably the host of The Denison Forum Podcast. He is also the chief strategist for DF Pastors, which equips pastors and church leaders to understand and transform today’s culture.

About Denison Forum

Denison Forum exists to thoughtfully engage the issues of the day from a biblical perspective through The Daily Article email newsletter and podcast, The Denison Forum Podcast, as well as many books and additional resources.


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