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Saturday, March 18 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Strange Bedfellows? The Growing Relationship Between Jews and Pro-Israel Evangelical Christians

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For decades, the evangelical world was associated with the Moral Majority, missionizing, and right-wing politics — the opposite side of the aisle from the Jewish community. But a pro-Israel awakening, a newfound appreciation for the Jewish people, and a commitment to fighting antisemitism have taken hold among evangelicals while more mainstream churches have adopted the Palestinian narrative, leaving many in the Jewish community to wonder who our true partners are. Larry Brook has been covering the phenomenon of Christian Zionists in the South since the 1990s and will provide insights, details of major changes in the Christian world that few in the Jewish community are aware of, amusing anecdotes, and thoughts on where this relationship is headed.

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Larry Brook

Larry Brook is the founding publisher and editor of Southern Jewish Life, which began as The Southern Shofar in 1990 and now serves the Jewish communities of four states. He has also developed Israel InSight, a publication for Christian supporters of Israel. A Birmingham Jewish... Read More →

Saturday March 18, 2023 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Congregation Gates of Prayer Room 1