Recently, I posted a debate on replacement theology between Michael Brown and Munther Isaac with Gary Burge as the moderator. There was one exchange in the debate toward the end that is worth the price of the debate. Michael Brown asked a very honest and direct question on the land promise that goes to the heart of the debate. Munther Issac avoided answering this question. So Brown asked again . . . Issac then revealed how he changes his hermeneutic based on whether you are talking about the Old Testament or the New Testament. He believes God originally made the promise of physical land, but in so many words he thinks God changed that promise to spiritual fulfillment. It reveals the incredible inconsistent and flawed hermeneutic that supersessionists operate from. The clip on the land promise begins at 50:17, but you can go back a bit earlier and hear the larger discussion.