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Is it too far-fetched to say that even this patently divine action of the Ingathering is also our obligation as Jews?
12) According to Maertens, the Feast of Tents or Ingathering "was never fully capable of bearing the mystery of the person of Christ[,] and that is why it disappeared or was at least absorbed into other feasts" (89).
Not surprisingly, then, in the wake of the 1948 creation of the State of Israel, the ingathering of (some) Jews to the land, and the (partial) end of Jewish subordination to Gentile rulers, many Christians struggled to make sense of this event not just politically but theologically.
Due to lack of experience to the fullest possible extent of ingathering at first only a crawl to be performed.
34:22) was the Feast of the Ingathering, referring to Sukkot, which takes place in the seventh month.
What persisted was, on the one hand, a tradition of relentless moralizing in Jewish culture, and on the other hand, a dawning realization that the ingathering of the exiles could only be achieved by secular means.
Packer argues that in the Letter to the Romans Paul "laments stubborn unbelief on Israel's part when confronted with the gospel" but "looks ahead to a great ingathering of Jews into the believing community at some future date" (pp.
In their millennial theology, the ingathering of Jews in Palestine was a precursor to the Second Coming.
Cheryl Cooney is also involved in another project to provide Thanksgiving meals for needy people in Leicester: the second annual Thanksgiving Ingathering of Hope in Hands, sponsored by Christ Episcopal Church.
However, unfettered capitalism, the dream of the worlds Reaganites and Thatcherites, involving large national and supranational corporations with little if any regard for either human social structures or the environment in which they live, necessitates poverty and environmental destruction in order to maintain its ingathering of the world's wealth.
In my book, The Way Into Tikkun Olam (Fixing the World), I explore eight parts of that ideal vision: (1) children, (2) the Land of Israel, (3) the ingathering of the exiles, (4) prosperity, (5) health, (6) justice, (7)
He depicts the operation as a key moment in the Zionist narrative of "the ingathering of the exiles" and successful, if often chaotic, Israeli cooperation with the U.