There is probably no other figure in modern Jewish historical and Messianic research who is more controversial or famous than Hugh J. Schonfield. It would seem that since his death in 1988, his popularity and the interest in his prodigious work, which included over 40 books, has drawn increasing attention, particularly outside Judaism. In fact, it is probably fair to say that his contribution to the Gentile understanding of Jewish aspirations amongst those within the Christian cultural framework has been without parallel.
The Mondcivitan Writings Series is a collection of short essays and commentaries published in pamphlets and in The Mondcivitan and other Servant Nation Movement publications written by Hugh Schonfield and his associates. They deal with a wide range of subjects from biblical history, theology, mysticism, and politics to management studies. They witness to Hugh Schonfield’s vision of a Servant Nation of Mankind, the seeds of which he sowed in his lifetime.
Most of these essays up to now have not been republished since the days of their original appearance and are found in the archives of the Hugh & Helene Schonfield World Service Trust.
The aim is to make these exceptionally interesting writings available to a wider readership and enable the many researchers to obtain a clearer view of this exceptional thinker and his revolutionary ideas by publishing them in e-book format.