Middle East Peace
How? When?

by Arlen L. Chitwood

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     Contents        Foreword

     Chapter 1      Chapter 2       Chapter 3   

     Chapter 4      Chapter 5       Chapter 6     

     Chapter 7      Chapter 8       Chapter 9     

     Chapter 10    Chapter 11     Chapter 12

     Chapter 13    Chapter 14   

     Appendix 1    Appendix 2

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     Contents        Foreword

     Chapter 1      Chapter 2        Chapter 3    

     Chapter 4      Chapter 5        Chapter 6    

     Chapter 7      Chapter 8        Chapter 9    

     Chapter 10    Chapter 11     Chapter 12

    Chapter 13     Chapter 14   

     Appendix 1   Appendix 2

An intractable Middle East problem faces man today, one that can only become worse and worse with the passage of time, Until…

The reason for the problem is the existence of an Israeli nation in the midst of mainly Moslem nations — a nation presently comprised of some 6,000,000 Jews who have returned to the land covenanted to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob before it is time for the Jewish people to return.

The “Jewish people” have returned to the land in unbelief, prior to repentance, prior to their conversion, and while the house still lies desolate (Exodus 12:1ff; Daniel 9:24-27; Matthew 23:37-39).

The “manslayer” (KJV: slayer) has returned to the land of her possession before Christ completes His high priestly ministry, apart from availing herself of the ransom (Numbers 35:1ff).

God, in time past, because of the Jewish people’s continued disobedience, extending over centuries of time, uprooted His people from their land and drove them out among the nations to effect repentance through persecution at the hands of the Gentiles.

And, out among the nations, the Jewish people possess a promise (seen numerous places in Scripture) that when repentance is forthcoming, God will hear from heaven and act in complete accord with His promise (cf. Exodus 1:8; 2:23-25; 3:1ff; Leviticus 26:14-42; Deuteronomy 30:1-3; 2 Chronicles 6:24-27; 7:12-14).

Until repentance is forthcoming, God will not act.  God will act with respect to a deliverance of His people only after His purpose for uprooting them from their land and driving them out among the nations has been realized.  God’s Word is crystal clear on the matter.

In this respect, what is an unrepentant and unconverted Israeli nation doing back in the land?  And what are the ramifications of the Jewish people being back in the land under existing conditions?

The preceding is what this book is all about — not what man may think, but what Scripture has to say.  Numerous facets of the matter are covered from different passages of Scripture, with a particular emphasis on the beast and the harlot in Revelation 17:1-19:6.