A Jewish Bishop in Jerusalem (Kelvin Crombie) PAPERBACK

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                            The Life Story of Michael Solomon Alexander

One of the most controversial projects of the nineteenth century was the Protestant Bishopric in Jerusalem. Just as controversial was the appointment of the first bishop, Michael Solomon Alexander, who was Jewish. Read the life story of the man who arrived in Jerusalem in Januray 1842, and although he only laboured there for less than four years, was instrumental in greatly upsetting the status quo of the Holy City.

 

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One of the most controversial projects of the nineteenth century was the Protestant Bishopric in Jerusalem. Just as controversial was the appointment of the first bishop, Michael Solomon Alexander, who was Jewish. Read the life story of the man who arrived in Jerusalem in Januray 1842, and although he only laboured there for less than four years, was instrumental in greatly upsetting the status quo of the Holy City.

 The story of Michael Solomon Alexander is the story of the wonderful intermingling of geo-politics, faith and human endeavour. It encompasses a period of time, the 1840s, which were instrumental in determining the future establishment of modern Israel, the modern movement of Jewish believers in Jesus and of evangelical Protestant Christianity in Israel. These issues are still relevant today.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Historian.Kelvin Crombie, an Australian, lived in Israel for over 20 years. He specialises in the beginnings of European and Protestant involvement in the land of Israel.

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A Jewish Bishop in Jerusalem (Kelvin Crombie) PAPERBACK

A Jewish Bishop in Jerusalem (Kelvin Crombie) PAPERBACK

                            The Life Story of Michael Solomon Alexander

One of the most controversial projects of the nineteenth century was the Protestant Bishopric in Jerusalem. Just as controversial was the appointment of the first bishop, Michael Solomon Alexander, who was Jewish. Read the life story of the man who arrived in Jerusalem in Januray 1842, and although he only laboured there for less than four years, was instrumental in greatly upsetting the status quo of the Holy City.

 

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