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The Key to Zion (Zion Chronicles Book 5), 2009

Is this the hour of destiny promised by the ancient prophecies or the time of destruction? Rabbi Lebowitz of Jerusalem’s Old City has waited a lifetime for this moment. No Jew has held the key to the Gate of Zion since AD 70. Yet on May 14, 1948, the day of Israel’s statehood, the British will turn that key—the symbol of his hope for the nation—over to him. But even before the British evacuate, full-scale fighting breaks out ...


Vienna Prelude (Zion Covenant Book 1), 2009

No one is safe. . . . In 1936 Nazi darkness descends upon Europe. Every person is only one step away from being swept into the nightmarish tide of evil. Blond Elisa Lindheim, a violinist with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, adopts an Aryan stage name for protection. But her closest friend, Leah, a talented Jewish cellist, is in a perilous position. There are those who choose to fight Hitler’s madness. Elisa’s father, Theo. A ...


Jerusalem Interlude (Zion Covenant Book 4), 2009

DISCOVER THE TRUTH THROUGH FICTION Zion beckons . . . but is it really the “Land of Promise”? In August 1938 Hitler’s Brownshirts conquer Czechoslovakia. German Jews are deported in cattle cars to Poland, the country of earlier pograms. Other Jews flee to Palestine, the Promised Land of their dreams . . . only to be imprisoned behind barbed wire upon their arrival. Musicians Shimon and Leah Feldstein, two of the “lucky ones,” ...


Behold the Man (The Jerusalem Chronicles)

Zondervan, 2015

Behold the Man is the culmination of the Jerusalem Chronicles and brings readers to an encounter with the death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. How could Jesus—who preached righteousness before God, and love and mercy toward neighbors—be so hated and pursued? To the Temple officials, he was a threat to the livelihood and authority of the priesthood. To Herod Antipas, he was a threat to his ambition to be the King of the Jews. ...


A Daughter of Zion (Zion Chronicles Book 2), 2009

She survived the Holocaust at great personal cost. But will her past now destroy her? It’s January 1948. After suffering the horrors of years in a Nazi concentration camp, Rachel Lubetkin has at last come home to Jerusalem . . . and the family who thought she was dead. But the mark on her arm has also marked her heart. Will her secrets, if revealed, discredit her among her own people? And at a time of great danger, when she so desperately ...


The Return to Zion (Zion Chronicles Book 3), 2009

A nation will stand or fall . . . and it’s all up to one World War II fighter ace. The Old City of Jerusalem is under siege in February 1948. Food and fuel are scarce. Weapons with which to defend the Jewish Quarter are even more so. The U.S. arms embargo against the Jews is still in effect, even though the British openly sell weapons to the Arabs. The Jewish nation needs a miracle. David Meyer is given a dangerous assignment—to hire ...


The Gates of Zion (Zion Chronicles Book 1), 2009

Evil circles closer, threatening even those who survived the Holocaust. It’s November 29, 1947. The streets of Jerusalem ring with celebration as the British Mandate of Palestine is carved into Arab and Jewish states. Politicians promise peace, but those who remember the prophecies know the truth. When photojournalist Ellie Warne snaps pictures of some ancient scrolls, she unwittingly becomes the target of a sinister plan. Whom can she ...


When Jesus Wept (The Jerusalem Chronicles Book 1)

Zondervan, 2013

“Page-turning . . . Set against the political and religious turmoil of the times, the Thoenes’ story vividly reimagines the evolving friendship between Jesus and Lazarus.” — Publishers Weekly LAZARUS—the man Jesus raised from the dead in one of the most extraordinary encounters with The Living Savior in all of Scripture. But the life of Lazarus holds interest well beyond this miraculous event. Living in Bethany, near Jerusalem, ...


Munich Signature (Zion Covenant Book 3), 2009

DISCOVER THE TRUTH THROUGH FICTION Who will dare to take a stand? In May 1938 Hitler’s forces continue to swallow pieces of Europe, forcing Jews to flee from his ever-tightening net. Yet where can they go? While nations argue politics and negotiate payments, and British prime minister Neville Chamberlain accepts Hitler’s signature of “peace in our time,” homeless Jews bob on the open sea in “coffin ships.” After suffering ...


London Refrain (Zion Covenant Book 7), 2009

England teeters on the brink of war. It’s no longer a question of if. It’s a matter of when. In the dark fall of 1939, the hopes of the Polish people fade as Nazi bombers strafe the beloved city of Warsaw. Politicians debate while hundreds stand in lines at the British Embassy, desperate to flee the country before Hitler’s ground forces arrive. Mac McGrath, a veteran American photographer, recorded the landslide toward war with ...


Take This Cup (The Jerusalem Chronicles)
Bodie and Brock Thoene

Zondervan, 2014

Woven into the fabric of prophecy, a young boy named Nehemiah must choose to embrace his destiny as cupbearer to the King of Kings. When Nehemiah, the child of Jewish exiles, begins hearing whispers and experiencing portentous visions, it quickly becomes clear to his father and his rabbi that the young cupbearer is meant for a higher purpose . . . but what? Certain that the Messiah is alive at that very moment, the family waits for the ...


Dunkirk Crescendo (Zion Covenant)
Bodie Thoene, Brock Thoene

Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2005

This description covers #7 London Refrain, #8 Paris Encore, and #9 Dunkirk Crescendo. These three additions to the Zion Covenant series are “director's cuts.” They include portions of the Thoene classic The Twilight of Courage and thrilling, never-before-published scenes with the characters you've come to know and love. Readers will finally know the fates of Jacob and Lori Kalner from Warsaw Requiem and meet for the first time ...


Danzig Passage (Zion Covenant Book 5), 2009

Evil descends in one night. Who will be crushed in its grip? It’s November 9, 1938—Kristal Nacht, the “Night of Breaking Glass.” As Hitler’s minions blaze through Berlin, arresting Jews, burning homes, shops, and synagogues, Pastor Karl Ibsen races to aid the Kalners, a Jewish family in his congregation. But will he be too late? And what price will his wife, Helen, and children, Lori and Jamie, pay for his actions? As Berlin ...


First Light (A.D. Chronicles Book 1), 2009

WINNER, 2004 LOGOS BOOKSTORE AWARD FOR FICTION Go back in time to first-century Jerusalem. It's a dark time in the world's holiest and most turbulent city. Walk with Peniel, the blind beggar who longs for rescue from his suffering. Peek into the lives of Susannah and Manaen, two lovers separated by overwhelming odds. And meet an unusual healer, who ignites a spark of controversy in the fire of hatred, deceit, and betrayal that is always ...


Prague Counterpoint (Zion Covenant Book 2), 2009

DISCOVER THE TRUTH THROUGH FICTION There is no middle ground. . . . March 12, 1938, is a dark day. Hitler’s evil sweeps across Austria, destroying all in its path. Although violinist Elisa Lindheim is safe in Czechoslovakia—for the moment—she grieves over her beloved Vienna. Swastika flags now wave from every window. Jewish shops are destroyed. Neighbors’ houses stand empty. The Jews and those who try to defend them are arrested or ...


A Light in Zion (Zion Chronicles Book 4), 2009

The situation is desperate. Only a miracle can save them now. But will it come too late? It’s Passover eve, and the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem is being starved into submission. Arab forces hold the only road into the Old City—the village of Kastel and the narrow, twisting, rocky pass of Bab el Wad. If Haganah leader Moshe Sachar and his men can’t capture and hold the pass tonight, long enough for the Jewish Agency’s food convoy to ...


Paris Encore (Zion Covenant Book 8)
Bodie Thoene, Brock Thoene

Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2005

This description covers #7 London Refrain, #8 Paris Encore, and #9 Dunkirk Crescendo. These three additions to the Zion Covenant series are “director's cuts.” They include portions of the Thoene classic The Twilight of Courage and thrilling, never-before-published scenes with the characters you've come to know and love. Readers will finally know the fates of Jacob and Lori Kalner from Warsaw Requiem and meet for the first time ...


Fourth Dawn (A.D. Chronicles Book 4), 2009

Where is the promised liberator who will set the world right? No one is secure in Judea. Betrayal and suspicion are the coin of the realm as King Herod plunges deeper into madness, determined to hold on to his kingdom . . . no matter the price. Young Mary of Nazareth receives an unusual visitor as she tends a cow in her parents’ barn. What he tells her will change everything about her life . . . and impact all those in Judea and beyond, ...


Warsaw Requiem (Zion Covenant Book 6), 2009

Hitler’s shadow looms over Poland. Will Nazi bombers soon circle the beloved city of Warsaw? It’s May 1939. Aaron Lubetkin, esteemed rabbi of Muranow, is released from a Warsaw prison. But he and his family—beautiful Etta, daughter Rachel, and sons David, Samuel, and baby Yacov—remain targets of Hitler’s sinister plot. In the free city of Danzig, Lucy Strasburg flees in terror from SS officer Wolf von Fritschauer. If he finds ...


A Thousand Shall Fall (Shiloh Legacy Book 2), 2009

The Roaring Twenties promise peace and prosperity after the Great War. But is all what it seems? Nine-year-old David O’Halloran has not had an easy life. He can’t even remember his father. Now his beloved mother is dying of cancer in St. Francis Hospital in Philadelphia, leaving David home alone with his drunk, abusive stepfather. Who was my real father? David longs to know. Then one day, while in his mother’s room, he discovers some ...



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