My resources list
To learn well a gigantic volume of information, it is helpful to have a plan in place to build a foundation of truth and then begin building in each area a little at a time. If I were to teach an "Israel School" for Christians, this is the order in which I would pursue these teachings. If you only have time left in your life to read two books (& you've read the Bible!) go straight to #4 Unbroken Cord by Withers and #5, Why Still Care about Israel? by Teplinsky.
These clickable links are constantly being updated. These are websites and print resources that I have used and loved on my journey to Understanding Israel in no particular order.
Bodie & Brock Thoene novels. Tons of great accurate, historical novels!
From Time Immemorial by reporter Joan Peters
A History of the Jews by Paul Johnson
Identity Theft a novel by Ron Cantor
Ron Wyatt Museum fascinating archaeological finds
Greenspan's video series "Against All Odds: Israel Survives"
"That the World May Know" video series by Ray Vander Laan
Michael Cory's Voice of Judah website and seminar: Israel, the Church and the Kingdom
Jewish Virtual Library
The Jerusalem Post online newspaper
Steven M. Collins on the Lost Tribes. Website and blog
Aish.com a fun video related to the Lost tribes
David Stern's book, Messianic Judaism: A Modern Movement with an Ancient Past
Johnathan Cahn's The Harbinger
Johnathan Cahn's bestseller on God's 7th year of rest: The Mystery of the Shemitah
News videos and research at CBN Israel Desk. Like JerusalemDateline on FB to get their updates auto-delivered to your feed.
Unbroken Cord by Diane Withers
Sabbath by Abraham Joshua Heschel (non-Messianic academic reading)
Israel: The Unique Land The Unique People by Lance Lambert
"The Case for Israel: Democracy's Outpost" a movie by Alan Dershowitz
The Case for Israel in book format by Dershowitz
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