One of the numerous difficult texts in Paul’s letter to the Romans is Romans 11:26. What does it mean that “all Israel” will be saved? There are numerous interpretations on this passage: Is this speaking of a mass conversion within the modern nation of Israel? Is this referring to all elect Israelites throughout history? Is “Israel” referring to God’s elect, Jew and Gentile, and thereby saying that God will save all His chosen people?

I like to hear the best arguments coming from proponents of each viewpoint, and this two part “debate” with Doug Moo, John Feinberg, Mitch Glaser, and Willem VanGemeren at the Henry Centre looks to be an excellent introduction to the issues and viewpoints.

Watch / listen to the presentations here: