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In League with Israel

Annie F. Johnston

Book Overview: 

When Bethany Hallam travels to Chattanooga for the League Conference, she meets David Herschel, who challenges her thinking and changes her views about her missionary obligations to God's "chosen people."

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .ed them as the most uninteresting lot of people she had seen in a long time.

"I believe you are the odd one of this party, Miss Hallam," said the hostess, glancing over the assignment cards she held; "so I shall have to ask you to take a very small room. It is[44] one improvised for the occasion; but you will probably be more comfortable here alone than in a larger room with several others."

It had never occurred to Bethany that she might have been asked to share an apartment with some stranger, and she hastened to assure her hostess of her appreciation of the little room, which, though very small indeed compared with the great dimensions of the others, was quite comfortable and attractive.

"I have always been accustomed to being by myself," she said, "and it makes no difference at all if it is so far away from the other sleeping-rooms. I am not at all timid."

Yet, when she had wearily locked her door, she realized that she had n. . . Read More

Community Reviews

I've always been a bit confused (and more than a bit unhappy) at the prejudice against the Jewish people that infected the church at large for so many centuries, so I was very interested to find this book, which addresses the issue as it existed in late 1800s America. I really appreciated both the t