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Responding to Dispensationalism on Israel and the Church

Israel and the Church 4 ViewsWe are working through B&H’s Perspectives on Israel and the Church: 4 Views. See my introduction and other posts in this series. In my previous post we looked at Robert Thomas’ Dispensational view as to Israel and the church. In this post I will summarize the three responses to his essay.

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Israel and the Church in Dispensationalism (Robert Thomas)

Israel and the Church 4 ViewsWe are working through B&H’s Perspectives on Israel and the Church: 4 Views. See my introduction and other posts in this series.

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Responding to Covenant Theology on Israel and the Church

Israel and the Church 4 ViewsIn the last post, I summarized Robert Reymond’s Covenant Theology viewpoint in B&H’s Perspectives on Israel and the Church: 4 Views. This post presents the there responses to his chapter.

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What is the Relationship of Israel and the Church?

A while ago I reviewed Continuity & Discontinuity, which had the unique feature of presenting varying positions on the relationship of the Old and New Testaments in key areas including hermeneutics, the Law, salvation, and the fulfillment of OT promises.

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Continuity and Discontinuity #6: Israel & The Church

Continuity and DiscontinuityThis is an ongoing review of Continuity and Discontinuity, edited by John S. Feinberg. Read the previous posts: Introduction, Systems, Hermeneutics, Salvation, and the Law.

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Review: What is Biblical Theology? by James Hamilton

What is Biblical Theology?The greatest stories don’t just take us to faraway places, they tell us about ourselves and world. Often this is far more effective than a direct approach. Look to the example of Nathan’s story in 2 Samuel 12; his story cut to David’s heart and revealed his hypocrisy. Likewise, in What is Biblical Theology?: A Guide to the Bible’s Story, Symbolism, and Patterns, James Hamilton wants to help us see the storyline of the Bible – the true story of our world – and thereby make sense of what God is doing in history and see our own place within it.

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