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Adjunct Fellow Lela Gilbert has authored and co-authored more than sixty books, including most recently, Blind Spot: When Journalists Don't Get Religion (2008), with Senior Fellow Paul Marshall. Gilbert and Marshall also co-wrote the award-winning 1996 survey of anti-Christian persecution, Their Blood Cries Out (1997).
She wrote Baroness Cox: Eyewitness to a Broken World (2007); she served as managing editor of Lt. Carey H. Cash's award-winning, best-selling account A Table in the Presence: The Dramatic Account of How a U.S. Marine Battalion Experienced God's Presence Amidst the Chaos of the War in Iraq (2005). She is co-author of Windows to Heaven: Introducing Icons to Western Christians, with Elizabeth Zelensky (2005) and authored Albert Paley: Reconfiguration (2009). She has published fiction and children's books as well.
From 1997 to 1999, she served as co-editor with Nina Shea for the Center for Religious Freedom's First Freedom publication; in 2006-7 she assisted Paul Marshall in preparing the CRF's survey, Religious Freedom in the World. She resides in Jerusalem.
Watch Lela Gilbert's July 28, 2013 interview that aired on the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) in which she discusses her book, Saturday People, Sunday People (2012), and the current status of Jewish and Christian populations in North Africa and the Middle East.
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