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All reviews by Mike Moore

Mike is the General Secretary of Christian Witness to Israel.

Why Should I Trust the Bible?

We should trust the Bible, says Timothy Paul Jones, because it is ‘grounded in the words of a man who died and rose again’ (p.111). Jones’s basic presupposition is this: ‘If we live in a world where it is possible…

In the Footsteps of King David: Revelations from an Ancient Biblical City
Yosef Garfinkel

Until the publication of In the footsteps of King David, the prevailing approach to biblical archaeology has often been denial of the factuality of biblical texts. From 2007 to 2013, a team of archaeologists (led by the authors of this…

The Mystery of the Last Supper: Reconstructing the Final Days of Jesus
Colin J. Humphreys

For hundreds of years, we thought we knew what happened during Jesus' last days. Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday are not only observed by Christians around the world, but are also recognized in calendars and by non-practitioners as…

The Mystery of the Last Supper
Colin J. Humphreys

For hundreds of years, we thought we knew what happened during Jesus' last days. Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday are not only observed by Christians around the world, but are also recognized in calendars and by non-practitioners as…

Zion’s New Name: Why the Christian Church is in Continuity with Biblical Israel
Andrew Mark Sibley

Andrew Sibley's latest book is a true curate's egg: excellent in parts. First, the good bits. Sibley is anxious to repudiate a theology that claims the church has replaced Israel and denies hope of any future blessing for national Israel.…

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