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Questioning the Motivation of Christian Zionists

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Submitted by Tillie and Norman Mutterperl (United States), Jul 15, 2003 at 22:08

There is a growing concern that Christian Zionists favor the State of Israel, and encourage Jews to live there. The concern is that with a large Jewish population gathered in a small state, Christians would have a venue for conversion in the land of the Bible.

Has this concept ever been declared by the members of the Christian Zionists?
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