Presenter Information

Cedarville University


Cedarville, Staley, David Dolan

Start Date

2-16-1993 10:00 AM

End Date

2-18-1993 11:00 AM


Lecture Theme: The Role of Religion in Arab-Israeli Conflict


David Dolan, author of the popular book, Holy War For the Promised Land (1991), is a CBS News correspondent in Israel. He has lived in Israel since 1980 and has personally experienced the country's strife from terrorists and surrounding Arab countries. He has also learned firsthand of the Palestinian struggle for a homeland.

Dolan has broadcast news from the Middle East since 1982 and has been a regular lecturer at Jerusalem's Institute for Holy Land Studies. Both as an American Christian and as a professional in the media business, he has researched the roots of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Recognized as an expert in the field, he has appeared on "Prime Time America" as well as CBN and CBS news. He was interviewed in Christianity Today and has had articles published in Moody Monthly, Christian Observer, Jerusalem Post, and Messianic Times. He is the author of a monthly newsletter, Israel News Digest.

David Dolan is a popular speaker among Jewish and Christian audiences in the United States and in Great Britain. His lectures offer realistic, fair viewpoints of the political and social situations of Israel. He is an objective and well-informed reporter of Israel 's events and presents a refreshing, unbiased lecture. Dolan relates exceedingly well to his audiences and welcomes dialogue with them following the lecture.

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Religion Commons


Feb 16th, 10:00 AM Feb 18th, 11:00 AM

1992-1993 Program Overview

Lecture Theme: The Role of Religion in Arab-Israeli Conflict


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