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Israel Importa

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Israel Importa aborda el tema profundamente importante de la relación entre el cristianismo y la gente y la tierra de Israel, ofreciendo una "tercera vía" única y convincente entre los enfoques típicos, y corrigiendo malentendidos comunes que se han...


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Israel Importa aborda el tema profundamente importante de la relación entre el cristianismo y la gente y la tierra de Israel, ofreciendo una "tercera vía" única y convincente entre los enfoques típicos, y corrigiendo malentendidos comunes que se han presentado a lo largo del camino. Este libro desafía la extendida suposición cristiana de que desde que Jesús vino a la tierra, los judíos ya no son especiales para Dios como pueblo, y la tierra de Israel ya no es teológicamente significativa. El libro presenta el viaje del autor de pensar esas cosas al descubrimiento de que los autores del Nuevo Testamento creían lo contrario de ambos. También muestra que, contrariamente a lo que muchos cristianos creen, la Iglesia no es el nuevo Israel, y tanto la gente como la tierra de Israel son importantes para Dios y para el futuro de la redención.

Israel Matters addresses the perennially important issue of the relationship between Christianity and the people and land of Israel, offering a unique and compelling "third way" between typical approaches and correcting common misunderstandings along the way. This book challenges the widespread Christian assumption that since Jesus came to earth, Jews are no longer special to God as a people, and the land of Israel is no longer theologically significant. It traces the author's journey from thinking those things to discovering that the New Testament authors believed the opposite of both. It also shows that contrary to what many Christians believe, the church is not the new Israel, and both the people and the land of Israel are important to God and the future of redemption.



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Gerald R Mcdermott

Gerald R. McDermott (Ph.D., University of Iowa) is professor of religion and philosophy at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia. His books include Can Evangelicals Learn from World Religions?; God's Rivals, Cancer: A Medical and Spiritual Guide for Patients and Their Loved Ones (with William A. Fintel, M.D.; Baker); One Holy and Happy Society: The Public Theology of Jonathan Edwards (Penn State Press); Jonathan Edwards Confronts the Gods: Christian Theology; Enlightenment Religion and Non-Christian Faiths (Oxford University Press); Seeing God: Twelve Reliable Signs of True Spirituality (republished by Regent in 2000) and Claiming Christ: A Mormon-Evangelical Debate (Brazos). He is also a Teaching Pastor at St. John Lutheran Church.

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