Who is the “remnant”? Dr. Mark Saucy, who is Biola University’s Department of Theology Co-chair, discusses Romans 11:5 with Esther Allen. Watch a brand new episode of Shalom Jerusalem on November 28 at 5 PM EST on https://nrbtv.org! Find out more about our ministry here: https://www.chosenpeople.com Get a free copy of the Isaiah 53 Explained […]
Video: Three ‘UNTIL’ Passages that Contradict Replacement Theology
Has the church replaced Israel? In this week’s episode of Our Hope Podcast, Dr. Darrell Bock from Dallas Theological Seminary joins us for a conversation all about the controversial topic of replacement theology—what it is called, how it is understood, and why it matters. Our Hope Podcast: https://ourhopepodcast.com/
Was Charles Spurgeon a Supersessionist When It Came to Israel?
Spurgeon was a historical premillennialist, not a futurist premillennialist. I came across the following statement of his which would indicate he was supersessionistic: “And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of […]
Why Premillennial Theology Matters – Ep. 140
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http://traffic.libsyn.com/thebiblicalprophecyprogram/Why_Premillennial_Theology_Matters_-_Ep._140.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedWhy premillennial theology matters is an issue that every student of biblical prophecy needs to be aware of. Premillennialism teaches that at Jesus’s second coming he will deliver the righteous and judge the ungodly. Then the righteous will enter into a period—the millennium—of peace and righteousness where […]
The ‘Lost Tribes of Israel’ and the 144,000 in Revelation 7:1–8 (Video)
In the 1800s there were theologians who mocked the notion that Israel would one day be gathered and become a nation again. This presupposition of limiting God led to them spiritualizing many Bible prophecy passages in the Bible. These same type of replacement theologians today view the passage of the Israelite 144,000 in Revelation 7:1–8 […]
‘How could God have explained [the land promise] any more clearly?’
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 […]
Debate on Replacement Theology: Michael Brown vs Munther Isaac (Moderated by Gary Burge)
This debate took place on May 30th in Bethlehem at the Christ Checkpoint conference. Debate on Replacement Theology: Michael Brown vs Munther Isaac (Moderated by Gary Burge)
Why Replacement Theology Appeals to Many… (Audio)
https://overcast.fm/+F5utnhMU Dr. Michael Brown opens the Scriptures to understand why many Christians are drawn toward replacement theology, catches up on Jewish news, then takes your Jewish-related calls.
Is the Church Committing Identify Theft with Israel’s Promises?
Alf Cengia writes On Jews and Credit Card Identity Theft – I know that’s a weird title to an article. But stay with me. This is more about the Jews than credit cards. Imagine that someone steals your credit card. You get statements from your bank detailing purchases you never made. Someone has taken over […]
SIGN The Alliance for the Peace of Jerusalem
This week I signed The Alliance for the Peace of Jerusalem. I signed the Statement because: “The Alliance for the Peace of Jerusalem is an organization dedicated to facilitating a better public understanding of the complexities of the Middle East including its roots in history and the Bible. The group, which is comprised of key faith […]
Israel, the Church, and the Middle East: A Biblical Response to the Current Conflict (Book Notice)
Israel, the Church, and the Middle East: A biblical response to the current conflict by Darrell L. Bock (Editor), Mitch Glaser (Editor), Joel C. Rosenberg (Foreword) The relationship between the church and Israel has been the source of passionate debate among Christians throughout much of church history. In recent years the traditional pro-Israel […]