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How and When Will “All Israel” Be Saved? Moo, VanGemeren, Feinberg & Glaser

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?

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Chosen People Ministries Lectures on Israel feat. Bock, Blaising and Others

CPM ConferenceIs there a future for national Israel? What Biblical right (if any) does the nation have to the promised land today? Whatever view one takes on this issue, the best arguments must be heard. Back in October last year Chosen People Ministries brought together some of the best scholars who argue for a continuing place for the nation of Israel and the land in God’s future plans. Issues such as hermeneutics, Jewish evangelism, and the teaching of individual books of the Bible are addressed by scholars such as Darrell Bock, Craig Evans, John Feinberg and Michael Vlach.

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Continuity and Discontinuity #2: Systems

Continuity and DiscontinuityThis is an ongoing review of Continuity and Discontinuity, edited by John S. Feinberg. Read part 1 here.

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Continuity and Discontinuity #1: Introduction

Continuity and DiscontinuityI will be reviewing this book in sections since it naturally leads itself to this approach. In this post I will introduce the book and give thoughts on what I’m expecting from it.

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