Book Binding: Paperback
Paperback ISBN: 9781910924587
eBook ISBN: 9781910924600
On Sale: 19th October, 2017
In this current context of desperate geopolitical upheaval, there is no better time to address oneness, reconciliation and a statement of otherness beyond the limitations of contemporary media.
The Holy Land: Contemporary Visions and Scriptures seeks dialogue with ancient lands and sacred spaces, along with modern visions of the people who inhabit them and the burgeoning contradictions of their daily lives. It attempts to address and liberate a complex, profound relationship between man and territory since the beginning of time, and nowhere is this dynamic more prescient than in the Holy Land.