Daniel G. Hummel is a postdoctoral fellow in the History Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
"Engagingly written and persuasively argued, Covenant Brothers is based on extraordinary primary research that amply demonstrates that we cannot understand U.S.-Israel relations without examining the impact Israel had on American opinion."-Andrew Preston, University of Cambridge
"Anyone seeking to understand the Palestine conflict and U.S.
support for Israel needs to take seriously, as Daniel Hummel does
in this excellent book, the American Christian Zionist
movement."-Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
"Covenant Brothers is a smart, compelling, and pathbreaking book. The arguments are provocative, in the very best sense. Daniel G. Hummel challenges his readers to see their worlds in new ways. This deeply researched book will stand as the definitive study of American Christian Zionism for a long time to come."-Matthew Avery Sutton, Washington State University
"Hummel has written a masterful, very readable book that manages at once to mount a surprising argument and tell compelling narrative history."-The Forward