I come to the end of third small book, that the Author wrote looking at the situation and people of Israel (and Palestine), as well as continuing his development of Paul’s arguments in Ephesians (not just Romans 9-11) as the guide for Christians. I do think the previous 2 books (“Israel and the Church” and “Jesus the Jew”) were better than this one, as I think he made his arguments clearer and precise in those. As noted this is a small book, for what is quite a big topic - and I think like the previous books, the decades that have passed do make some of his arguments seem obvious that probably weren’t when he wrote them. I can’t say that I am in complete agreement with the Author’s argument but I do appreciate his approach and intent. Those these 3 books are now a bit dated, many of the issues are sadly still very relevant, and the Author does give us much to think about.