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Perspectives on Israel and the Church

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The relationship between Israel and the church is one of the most debated issues in the history of theology. Some hold the view that there is almost seamless continuity between Israel and the church, while others believe there is very little continuity. Additional perspectives lie between these two. This debate has contributed to the formation of denominations and produced a variety of political views about the state of Israel.

To advance the conversation, Perspectives on Israel and the Church brings together respected theologians representing four positions:
  • Traditional covenantal view by Robert L. Reymond
  • Traditional dispensational view by Robert L. Thomas
  • Progressive dispensational view by Robert L. Saucy
  • Progressive covenantal view by Chad Brand and Tom Pratt Jr.


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The relationship between Israel and the church is one of the most debated issues in the history of theology. Some hold the view that there is almost seamless continuity between Israel and the church, while others believe there is very little continuity. Additional perspectives lie between these two. This debate has contributed to the formation of denominations and produced a variety of political views about the state of Israel.

To advance the conversation, Perspectives on Israel and the Church brings together respected theologians representing four positions:
  • Traditional covenantal view by Robert L. Reymond
  • Traditional dispensational view by Robert L. Thomas
  • Progressive dispensational view by Robert L. Saucy
  • Progressive covenantal view by Chad Brand and Tom Pratt Jr.

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Meet the Authors

Chad Brand

Chad Brand (Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Professor of Christian Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Brand is gifted as a scholar, apologist, pastor, and student of contemporary culture and religion. He also serves as Associate Dean of Biblical and Theological Studies at Boyce College. He has also published essays on contemporary religion and Baptist studies in several volumes edited by John Piper, Millard Erickson, Doug Blount, and R. Stanton Norman. He is co-editor and author of the Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary. He is also editor and author of Five Views of Church Governance, Perspectives on Spirit Baptism, and Perspectives on Election, as well as co-author of One Sacred Effort: The Cooperative Program of Southern Baptists. He is also co-editor and co-author of The Apologetics Study Bible due out soon.

Robert Reymond

Reymond is Professor of Systematic Theology at Knox Theological Seminary, Florida.

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  • the Relationship Between Israel And The Church Is One Of The Most Debated Issues In The History Of Theology. Some Hold The View That There Is Almost Seamless Continuity Between Israel And The Church, While Others Believe There Is Very Little Continuity. Additional Perspectives Lie Between These Two. This Debate Has Contributed To The Formation Of Denominations And Produced A Variety Of Political Views About The State Of Israel.

    To Advance The Conversation, perspectives On Israel And The Church Brings Together Respected Theologians Representing Four Positions:
    • traditional Covenantal View By Robert L. Reymond
    • traditional Dispensational View By Robert L. Thomas
    • progressive Dispensational View By Robert L. Saucy
    • progressive Covenantal View By Chad Brand And Tom Pratt Jr.

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Insight into the structure of the Bible
3 stars By Hoa, Jul 01 2016
Four views relating to the biblical relationship between Israel and the church are presented. Included are traditional covenant theology and classic dispensationalism on either end of the spectrum, with progressive dispensationalism and progressive covenantalism in-between. Each main essay is followed by a brief critique from the other three positions. Due to the variety of authors, the emphases and approaches presented in each essay vary widely. Generally the areas covered include church membership, baptism, end times and the structure of the Bible's storyline. Though the different writing styles at times make comparison confusing and disjointed, a careful reading of each position and its criticisms will equip the reader to evaluate the rationale underlying many debates among Christians and come to a clearer understanding of the reasons and implications of each view. 
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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 426108
  • Product Code 9781433674044
  • ISBN 1433674041
  • EAN 9781433674044
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Broadman & Holman
  • Publication Date Mar 2015
  • Sales Rank #68969
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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