Nationhood, Providence, and Witness
Israel in Protestant Theology and Social Theory
Imprint: Cascade Books
"Here is a lively study of nationhood . . . [that] will undoubtedly raise hackles, provoke discussion and dissent, and require the unpersuaded to examine her arguments and cited texts with great care. Here is swashbuckling, stimulating theology, which should be carefully studied not only by theologians, but by people of many faiths, political and social theorists, and ethicists."
-Alan P. F. Sell, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
"Nationalism and the concept of nationhood is something Christian theologians have shied away from. The tragedy of the Holocaust, the European experience during the twentieth century, and the fractious state of the Middle East during the twenty-first have given us all pause for thought. On the basis of a fresh understanding of Israel, Moseley tackles negative attitudes toward the integrity of stateless nations and suggests creative ways in which current missiology and theological ethics can respond positively."
-D. Densil Morgan, Professor of Theology, University of Wales Trinity Saint David