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Pectives on The New Christian Zionism Fresh Perspectives on Israel and the Land Kindle edition by McDermott Gerald R Download it once and read it on your Kindle device PC phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading The New Christian Zionism Fresh Perspectives on Israel and the Land Perspectives on Israel and the Church Views Perspectives on Israel and the Church affords scholarly well articulated accounts of how traditional covenantal progressive covenantal traditional dispensational and progressive dispensational theologies address these crucial issues from their distinctive perspectives Steve W Lemke Provost New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary This text refers to the Perspectives on Israel and Palestine A Student The University of Iowa's Center for Human Rights sponsored and organized a panel discussion regarding the on going discussion of a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine Panelists Walid Understanding Muslims and Jews perspectives on Understanding Muslims and Jews perspectives on Israel and Palestine Muslims and Jews see Israel and Palestine very differently Both views are correct simultaneously My article for TalkMatters Summary TalkMatters is a new initiative to support Israeli Jewish and Palestinian people working together for a better world I have known the founder Jenny Nemko for many fr Perspectives on Israel and the Church Views Not Retrouvez Perspectives on Israel and the Church Views et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion Perspectives on Israel and the Church Views ebook Views Perspectives on Israel and the Church Mr Tom Pratt Jr Dr Robert L Saucy Dr Robert L Thomas Robert L Reymond BH Academic Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en jour ou en magasin avec % de rduction Perspectives on Israel and the Church Views English Achetez et tlchargez ebook Perspectives on. 3 stars for me means it was helpful I have a bit of a lovehate relationship with 3 or 4 view books Why First it seems like they are always missing one level of cross examination to really clear up or define unresolved counterpoints I get that length of the book reuires this limitation Second they tend to be a mile wide and an inch deep in terms of sustained coherent argumentation Third the uality of the book is often very hit or miss depending on the authors This leads to 4 One position could seem very weak or strong simply because of the uality of the presentation I don't think I have ever read one of these where all the authors represented their positions well Given time I would rather read four book length defenses of each position But who can do that on every issue So I must admit that these books have their value However I am not sure if I have ever given one of these books than a three for these reasonsThis book is broken down in the following ways 1 the traditional covenantal view by Robert L Reymond 2 the traditional dispensational view by Robert Thomas 3 the progressive dispensational view by Robert L Saucy and 4 the Progressive Covenantal View by Chad O Brand and Tom Pratt JrI tend to line up with the 3rd view so I may be biased here but here is my synopsis of the presentations 1 With TC Reymond came out with guns a blazing and a take no prisoners approach Here are a few notes He was very clear that a truly covenantal view reuires infant baptism His whole approach to arguing against dispensationalism seemed to be guided by a strawman argument First he basically identified dispensationalism's view of present day Israel with John Hagee If you are going to argue against a position it would be best to do so by interacting with the position that is broadly representative John Hagee is certainly not that person Second he does not understand dispensationalism and he broad brushes all positions within dispensationalism as teaching than one way of salvation Have there been those within dispensationalism that are less than coherent confusing or flat out wrong on this uestion in the past Yes Is that the position of dispensationalism No Reymond should know better 2 TD view by Thomas was also very polemical Very similar to Reymond's approach of take no prisoners He does not view PD as a friend of dispensationalism I found some of his argumentation helpful about distinguishing Israel from the church Other argumentation seemed forced He interprets Matt 2143 as implying the prospect of a future time when Israel would repent and receive a kingdom 105 Matthew 2143 says Therefore the kingdom of God will be taken away from you and given to a people he makes a big point that this is literally 'a nation' producing the fruit of it3 PD view by Saucy seemed to be the best presentation I largely agree with his view so I may be influenced in that direction However I have read other views books and not been excited about the author who argued for my position In this case I believe Saucy presented PD in a very helpful and clear way 4 The PC view by Brand and Pratt seemed incoherent to me and unfocused I found it difficult to even understand where they stood on many things other than the fact that they also had a misunderstanding about what dispensationalism teaches regarding salvation Who is this book helpful for I think he you have wrestled with these issues in the Scripture yourself the helpful it will be I can imagine that if I read this book 20 years ago it would not have been helpful to me at all Rather it would have merely confused me I can also imagine if I read it 20 years from now after 20 years of interaction with the many texts in play it would be even helpful This is such a macro bible interpretation uestion that the interaction you have had with Scripture on this issue through personal study the fruitful this kind of book will be for you These books assume a certain level of interaction with Scripture about these issues before the person reads this book with great profit I suppose if each person reading stopped and looked at each text and personally worked through it that the profit of a book like this would go through the roof But how many readers do that I don't and I am guessing most don't So in the end the profit of this book and others like it have everything to do with your personal interaction with Scripture on the topic coming into this bookFor a detailed review check out the one by Brian Collins

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Perspectives on Israel and the ChurchPerspectives on Israel Studies Essential Israel Perspectives on Israel Studies Indiana University Press Perspectives on Israel Studies presents original groundbreaking scholarship on Israeli history international relations politics society culture and Extending from the pre state period through the present the series gives special attention to individuals events and phenomena as they affect the Israeli state and Anwar Gargash Face Isral la politiue de la chaise ENTRETIEN Le ministre mirien des Affaires trangres voue la rupture stratgiue ue constitue la reconnaissance par les mirats de l'tat hbreu Israel Perspectives Feeling 'Right' at Home Perspectives on daily life in Israel politics and issues confronting the Jewish People through the eyes of one who was born and raised in New York and who as of January finds himself taking an active role in the compelling drama Isral | Perspectives Internationales Articles traitant de Isral crits par Perspectives Internationales Confidentialit Cookies Ce site utilise des cookies En continuant utiliser ce site vous acceptez leur utilisation Perspectives on Israel and Palestine Wire Perspectives on Israel and Palestine After many years of researching and writing about Islam I have become so aware of the deliberate attempts to delegitimize Israel and deny the historical connection to the land We see events like Israel Apartheid Week played out around the world and movements like BDS which aim at destroying Israel With this in mind we again visited Israel in Perspectives on Israel and the Church Views Perspectives on Israel and the Church Views Kindle edition by Brand Chad Pratt Tom Reymond Robert L Saucy Robert L Thomas Robert L Download it once and read it on your Kindle device PC phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading Perspectives on Israel and the Church Views The New Christian Zionism Fresh Pers. Perhaps there is no issue which clearly divides conservative Evangelicals than the uestion of the relationship between Israel and the Church Subsumed beneath that overriding concern are the intramural debates over soteriology Calvinism Arminianism or “neither” eschatology premillennial or amillennial and pre trib or post trib and ecclesiology paedobaptism or credobaptism These uestions are not minor The baptism uestion divides the Protestant church into denominations The millennial uestion bars the entry into parachurch organizations mission boards and educational institutions Yet most agree that people from all perspectives on this issue take the Bible seriously this is a Christian debate separating fellow believersIn the last hundred years the larger uestion over Israel and the Church has turned from a covenant theology vs dispensationalism debate into a nuanced and many sided affair Dispensationalism has matured and progressive dispensationalism presents a new understanding of the uestion which is both true to its dispensational roots and yet distinct at the same time And in recent years new covenant theology has arisen and is often referred to by the term “progressive covenantalism” This refinement and change is not a bad thing As the views have interacted with each other people have tried to modify and clarify their understanding of Scripture Such has been the history of the Church down through the ages And while some look at the newer positions as an abandonment of principles others may see a hopeful realignment that results in a greater unity across all the positions Indeed it seems that progressive dispensationalism has become a primary view in the academy that is viewed with mutual respect by covenantal viewsA new book from Broadman and Holman offers a restatement of the four dominant positions today and includes an interaction between them Perspectives on Israel and the Church 4 Views brings together three of the most proficient authors for their positions along with a team of authors for the newer progressive covenantal view This book presents the debate in a calm and safe environment and allows some of the foremost representatives of the positions to advocate their approachCovenantal TheologyRobert L Reymond’s chapter on covenantal theology is sharp and clear He makes a point that modern softenings of dispensationalism still remain somewhat unclear as to the nature of saving faith for Old Testament saints Throughout his chapter and in his responses he does a great job unpacking his view and addressing the important points in other positions He sees both progressive dispensationalism and progressive covenantalism as presented in this book as still too close to dispensationalism and its pre tribulational pre millennial position His is a strictly amillennial position that sees Revelation as a cyclical book with the millennium being another description of the church age He does not stress too much the three covenants of classic covenantal theology coventant of grace of redemption and of works instead he focuses on the biblical covenants in an approach similar to that of O Palmer Robertson He also does not shy away from the term “replacement theology” but proudly uses that description of his position p 49Traditional DispensationalismRobert L Thomas’s chapter on traditional dispensationalism presents the dispensationalism I learned with clarity This is Ryrie’s position which has sometimes been described as “modified” as opposed to “classical” Thomas doesn’t agree necessarily with the “modified” descriptor however Thomas explains that the kingdom was offered and then rejected in Christ’s ministry and presents a case against taking the NT use of the OT as a guide for how we should interpret Scripture He also emphasizes how the OT promises are not cancelled by the NT In his treatment of the land promise however he doesn’t deal with the conditionality in the OT associated with it for instance Deuteronomy’s exhortations to faithfulness so that they would inherit the land and even how passages like Ps 379 11 should be understood He also doesn’t address Rom 413 and how the “land” is expanded to the “world” He makes a big deal too about no clear cut use of the term “Israel” for the Church although so many other Jewish terms and descriptions are used for the ChurchOf note is Thomas’s interaction with Saucy’s chapter on progressive dispensationalism He takes issue with Saucy’s allowance for the NT use of the OT to shape his understanding of the OT passages Thomas notesBy allowing NT passages to provide meaning for the OT one is doing the same as other nondispensational systems Saucy’s statement 'proper interpretation begins with the Old Testament' should be refined to read 'proper interpretation of the Old Testament begins and ends with the Old Testament before going to the New Testament' p 218He also is not happy with Saucy’s refusal to defend a pre tribulational raptureProgressive DispensationalismRobert Saucy does a good job explaining progressive dispensationalism Many reared in traditional dispensationalism like me have later rejected that system and now find themselves leaning toward covenant theology but without a good understanding of later developments in dispensationalism This chapter offers a helpful explanation for those unfamiliar with this positionSaucy painstakingly lays down hermeneutical principles undergirding his position He ultimately agrees with an “already not yet” approach to prophecy but emphasizes the “partial” nature of many of the begun to be fulfilled prophecies Salvation is not just provided through Israel and her Messiah it is “channeled through” IsraelFrom Isaac the descendants of Abraham are traced by physical descent through Jacob and his sons until the Seed Jesus Christ appears and the Gentiles are included in him It is therefore impossible to ignore this physical dimension and identify Abraham’s seed merely as anyone of faith Thus on the basis of the promise to Abraham Israel is an ethnic people who constitute a nation among nations that bears a uniue relationship to God – a nation created by God in fulfillment of his salvation promise p 166 167So even though salvation extends to the Gentiles they are not “spiritual Jews” or “conceived as part of Israel” p 184 Eph 2 does not speak to Gentiles joining Israel in the covenant people of God Instead both are part of a new humanity but each are still distinct p 191 He again emphasizes that the Church is never called Israel yet it is called the “real circumcision” So there is a unity in the people of God now as both Israel and the Church are together the “eschatological people of God” p 190 Yet there is still a role for political Israel to play in a future millennium to totally fulfill historic promises Saucy’s conclusion explains it bestRather than detracting from the spiritual unity of God’s saving program present in the church the fulfillment of Israel’s role as a particular nation in which God is yet to display his glory will expand the present spiritual salvation to bring about that holistic salvation of individual and society promised by the prophets in which all people are united in their diversity as the one people of God p 208Progressive CovenantalismChad Brand and Tom Pratt in their chapter on progressive covenantalism intriguingly point to the debate over the new perspective on Paul as a way forward in this debate There is a debate over whether personal salvation was primarily in view in Romans or the wider work of God for the people Israel and indeed all of creation The answer is yes both are in view And that is how they approach the uestion of Israel vs the Gentile church There is a corporate and personal element in this uestion Who are the people of God and what are their place in salvation history “Israel” and the “Church” are terms separating out a “dichotomy” where there really seems to be a unity a oneness to the people of God throughout the Old and New Testaments p 233 237 Supporting points for this include1 The oneness of God demands one people2 The people of God are his by divine election and spiritual birth3 The people of God arise from the supporting root of historic Israel4 The marker of the people is the internal presence of the Holy Spirit5 The people of God are the body of ChristThis approach avoids the rigid “replacement theology” that is directly advocated by Reymond Instead it interprets the true people of God through all ages as representative of true believers today This presentation actually struck me as less directly baptistic than the new covenant theology position of Stephen Wellum and Peter Gentry presented in Kingdom through Covenant Crossway 2012 The authors of this volume mention that Wellum and Gentry’s work was released after their book was all but finished yet they are in substantial agreement with that position see p 12 Emphasizing the experience of the Spirit in the true people of God has the drawback of downplaying the church ordinance of baptism which seems odd since new covenant theology typically corrects covenant theology on the very uestion of baptismBrand and Pratt go out of their way to renounce a “replacement theology” positionwe conclude that the idea of “replacement” of Israel by “the church” with a resultant “church age” is not only a misnomer but a misreading of the history of salvation as well Richard Bauckham remarks in commenting on Rev 74 that the picture there presented “indicates not so much the replacement of the national people of God as the abolition of its national limits” In Goldswothy’s characterization it is the glorious result of the mission to the Gentiles carried out by the saved remnant of ethnic Israelites Therefore the current stage is adeuately denominated the age of transformation or new creation for “in Messiah” nothing matters but “new creation” Gal 615 which for Paul and others has already begun though it has not yet been consummated p 257Brand and Pratt go on to explore how the NT really does refer to the church as “Israel” or by terms referring to Israel In this section I was intrigued by their explanation of how Luke in Acts doesn’t use the term “church” for the new people of God until after Stephen first roots the term’s meaning in the OT assembly of God’s people They then conclude with an explanation of their post tribulational premillennial view They concede that reading Revelation in a roughly chronological order is not necessary to their conclusion premillennialism but they don’t seem to go out of their way to allow for variations of progressive covenantalism that are not premillennial Perhaps they are at pains to keep their position tenable for institutions that reuire premillennialism I cannot say; but I found their advocacy of premillennialism confusing and contradictory Kingdom through Covenant‘s presentation of progressive covenantalism lacked any premillennial hints and also majored on the land promise and Israel’s identity herself as typological in nature and that was extremely persuasive So the progressive covenantalism offered in this book seems a step lower than what Wellum and Gentry offer The position as a whole is still young and this book will certainly help those trying to understand that positionRecommendationI highly recommend this book for those seeking to sort out their own position on how the Old and New Testaments should be read in light of each other Even if you have “landed” on one perspective in this debate this book will both challenge and sharpen you With the possible exception of the progressive covenantal view the book presents a top notch explanation for each of the major views The arguments are well reasoned and Scriptural discussion abounds Footnotes point the way to further reading on important uestions and the end result is a useful and accessible manual on the nature of this debate at present The book will reward careful study and offer help to some who are confused It was a joy to work my way through it and I trust it will benefit both student and teacher alikeDisclaimer This book was provided by B H Academic The reviewer was under no obligation to offer a positive review