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Bridging Israel and German Speaking Christians (Part 4)

By Gershon Nerel | | Topics: For the Bible and Israel.
A German Christian raise an Israeli German flag in the air and sing about Jerusalem as they voice their support of the Jewish state during the annual parade in central Jerusalem marking the Jewish holiday of Succot, or the Feast of Tabernacles, on 02 October 2007. Hundreds of American Christians take part in the annual parade as they hand out small US flags and show their support for the Jewish state and Jerusalem. Photo by Olivier Fitoussi /FLASH90 *** Local Caption *** éøåùìéí îøëæ äòéø îöòã úäìåëä ãâì öòãä çâ éäåãé éäãåú çâ äñåëåú ñåëåú ðåöøé àîøé÷àé Photo: Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90

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After spreading the KARMEL vision among Christians in Scandinavian nations, Pastor Per Faye Hansen also directed his Zionist-Christian activities towards Christians in German speaking countries: Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Also in these lands, as it was among the Nordic peoples, numerous Bible believers expressed their thirst for updated information about Israel – past, present and future – from a Scriptural perspective.

 

The Cross in the Menorah

In addition to the symbol of the Cross in the Star of David, Faye-Hansen often published in German-speaking countries another new graphic symbol – the Cross within the seven branch Menorah. In this new telling image, the cross was attached as a natural extension...

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