The Biblical Eternal Triangle
The Middle East Arab-Israeli Conflict
Author: Fraser J. Harding
An outline of how The Abrahamic Covenant—one of the most neglected and least understood of all the Bible covenants—is foundational and relevant to every person, every race, every colour in every country living on planet earth today.
The Bible is a library, a collection of 66 books. There is a key word or phrase that unlocks or summarises the overall message or theme of each particular book. There is also a key which unlocks the theme and message of the whole bible.
Author Fraser Harding believes that the key to unlock the overall message and theme of the Bible is “Covenant”. God is seen to take various covenants with people. The Biblical Eternal Triangle, the origin of what is currently known as the Middle East Arab-Israeli Conflict, is set in the midst of one of those covenants, namely ‘The Abrahamic Covenant’.
While that Covenant was made with the Hebrew people, originally with one man known as Abram (later called Abraham), it was passed down to his son Isaac, then to his grandson Jacob and to his descendants. Fraser explores the relationship of God’s eternal purposes and its outworking for Jews, Arabs and Gentiles.
He outlines how this covenant, which he describes as one of the most neglected and least understood of all the Bible covenants, is foundational and relevant to every person, every race, every colour in every country living on planet earth today.