In January 2008, Megan L. Pratola journeyed to the Holy Land with a group of colleagues from Luther Theological Seminary. During that trip, Megan kept hearing the same refrain from the people she met, "Tell our story. Don't forget us." That stuck with her. While working on her master's in theology, she decided to research and write about the history of Christian/ Muslim relations in the Holy Land. This led her to realize that there has not been much written about Christians as minorities in the Holy Land. The book you now hold in your hands, Crisis of Identity: Christians as Minorities in the Holy Land, 1798-1948; A Brief History, is the culmination of all the research Megan did to tell the story and not forget. This project began with the refrain, "Tell our story. Don't forget us." She never forgot, and here is the result of telling the story of the history of Christians as minorities in the Holy Land.
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|Size: ||940 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781681644523 (DRM-EPUB)|
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