We should always be ready to “make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15a), but we must “do it with gentleness and respect” (v. 15b). To change secular minds about biblical truth, we need to demonstrate biblical compassion and grace.
The Abrahamic Accord, like Abraham the patriarch, is shared between three nations: the Jewish state of Israel, the Muslim country of UAE and the Christian United States of America. The multitude of nations should look to the Accord as a radiant example of peace.
As Abraham totally transformed his worldview and way of life upon God’s revelation, so too the Abraham accord will transform the Middle East.
Trump’s focus on the domestic implications of the Israel-United Arab Emirates deal signals the importance of religious conservatives to his general election strategy as the Democratic and Republican conventions convene over the next two weeks.
Last week, President Trump revealed his peace plan for the Middle East. It's been met by mixed opinions, but appears, nonetheless, as if it will not be the plan to forge peace between Israel and Palestine. This poses the question, why is there so much hostility between the countries?