Blood Brothers - Book Review
- Wednesday, March 05, 2003
Authors: Elias Chacour with David Hazard
Publisher: Chosen Books
With reports of bloodshed in the Middle East as a regular fixture on the evening news, this new edition of Blood Brothers is timelier than ever. First released in 1984, it’s the heartrending and hopeful first-person account of Elias Chacour, a Palestinian Christian working for peace in Israel.
When he was a small boy, Chacour’s family was driven from its home in a small Palestinian village in Galilee. But throughout his adolescence and into adulthood, Chacour clung to what his father taught him from the Bible: “Blessed are the peacemakers.”
Blood Brothers weaves together history, politics and Bible prophecy. But most importantly, it’s a remarkable journey that gives a human face to a faraway conflict. Many rush to judgment, but Blood Brothers is a tender reminder that true Christian love is more complicated than simply taking sides.
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