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Author Last Name

North

Keywords

foreign policy

Book Title

Healer Of The Nations

Pages

470

Subtitle

Biblical Principles for International Relations

ISBN

0930462211


Subject (Series)

Biblical Blueprint Series Vol. #09

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Year of Publication

1987

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3,400,328

Price of Paper Format

$8.95

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Edition

1st

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Long Description

Does the Bible have answers for the overwhelming problems of international relations and foreign policy?
Yes. Absolutely.
We are in the midst of a massive global crisis of confidence. War and rumors of wars have made detente nigh unto impossible. Enmity and strife pervade every summit. Envy and suspicion cloud every treaty. Avarice and schism threaten every alliance.
Most international theorists and foreign policy analysts can't offer much hope in the way of change. They simply don't have answers.
But the Bible does.
In this volume of the ground-breaking Biblical Blueprints Series, Dr. Gary North outlines specifically what those answers are. He shows
how the obstacles to justice, peace, and harmony can be overcome - if only we would act decisively and Scripturally.
The Bible tell us what to do, when, where, how, and why. It offers us "blueprints" for global security. Healer of the Nations lays out those "blueprints" simply, practically, and understandably. It demonstrates that despite the pessimism of the experts there is still hope for our world.

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North begins with one basic presupposition: that the Bible is always the supreme law of the land, and this God-established fact should be publicly affirmed, nation by nation, in history. Even when it conflicts with the U.S. Constitution, the Bible is always authoritative and preeminent. North goes on to prove that there has been a working alliance - philosophically, politically, historically, culturally-between many Christians and all humanists. This book is a direct challenge to this long term alliance in the field of international relations.


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