The Road to Apocalypse: The Extraordinary Journey of Lewis Way

Stanley and Munro PRICE

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In the Winter of 1811 Lewis Way – an accidental millionaire – had an epiphany which would lead him to devote his life and fortune to the return of the Jews to the Holy Land. This essay, focusing on Way’s travels – as far as Moscow and Mount Lebanon – and personal faith – he believed passionately in Armageddon and the Apocalypse – shines new light on the contemporary Church, the condition of the Jews in Europe, and the politics of his time and our own. Stanley and Munro Price bring together their erudition and enthusiasm in order to comprehensibly explain Lewis Way’s religious and political influence in the Middle East and America today. The Road to Apocalypse is both captivating and required reading for anyone who wishes to better understand the alliances and ambitions that contributed to the foundation of the state of Israel in Palestine.

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  • Author: Stanley and Munro PRICE
  • Publisher: Notting Hill Editions
  • ISBN: 9781907903267