Israel's Inalienable Possesions - The Gifts and the Calling of God Which are Without Repentance/Chapter 01

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Israel's Inalienable Possesions by David Baron
Works by the Same Author

BY THE SAME AUTHOR.

A DIVINE FORECAST OF JEWISH HISTORY:

A PROOF OF THE SUPERNATURAL ELEMENT IN SCRIPTURE.

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" Written by one who has made its subject a life-long study, and has devoted many earnest years to work among the Jews ; . . . full of interest to Bible students."

Preachers' Magazine.

"One of the very sanest and best little books on its subject we have ever read." Life of Faith.

" The renewed scattering of the Jewish oeople, conse- quent upon the repeated massacres in Russia, will invest with timely interest Rev. David Baron's book. In a succinct manner he sketches the familiar story, and after a luminous outline of the apostasy of the nation, he deals with its uniq ae punishment, and the testimony of ' the everlasting people ' to the truth of God's Word. In conclu- sion, Israel s future is indicated as foreshadowed in the prophetic Scriptures. Mr. Baron has written many good books, but none of them has made a stronger appeal than this for a prayerful perusal of those who ' pray for the peace of Jerusalem.'" The Christian.

"A clear re-statement of an interesting theme, and will commend itself to all who value the place and purpose ot the Hebrew people in the general plan of history. '

Irish Congregational Magazine.

LONDON : MORGAN AND SCOTT.