Internationalism in the prophets of Israel
Cook, Jessie Dodge White
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Our purpose has been to make a historical study of the teachings of literary prophets of Israel in order to discover whether or not in their thoughts may be found the germ plasm from thich international life in the world nations may be brought about. In the introduction we were reminded of twentieth century methods of securing world-brotherhood: the heinous methods of the world war; which war was followed by the establishment of a "League of Nations" to bind together the nations of the world, as an attempt to make future wars impossible. When we actually believe that God has made of one blood all the nations of the world and that one God, the Creator of the universe is the Father of all men and the director of history then only can internationalism transcend nationalism. When we can come to see that each race and nation has a contribution to make to the world and that we are all severally members one of another, then will fellowship between nations come to pass.
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University
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