THE ISRAEL OF GOD – Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

This is an excellent book if you want to understand the true biblical meaning of the Israel of God.  The book will give the Christian much needed clarity on this very important subject.

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THE ISRAEL OF GOD – Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

About Cathy

I am a born again Christian, saved in 1988 at the age of 38. My mother was born again in her old age, in her 80's. Her name is Giannina which means "God is gracious."
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  2. Cathy says:

    Yes I have it. It is easy to read and gives a clear biblical understanding of the covenant promises, the land, and the people of Israel. You’ll find a clear biblical teaching on Romans 11, a portion of scripture that has been greatly “twisted” by dispensationalists. I especially like the Romans 11 chapter because it helps me learn how to explain the dispensational error. I have been researching this topic for about 8 years and I still find there is much to learn in attempting to unravel the many false teachings that are around. I want to read this more than once and take notes. This book confirms what the Lord has been showing me in His Word.

    On the down side, the author is a Calvinist in his theology (which is error) but this is only reflected in a couple of places, in some very short passages of the book. If whoever reads this book can be discerning in that area, the book is a great teaching tool.

    If the topic of Isreal ever comes up among believers, and it surely does, we may be able to say something that will eventually lead them to seek truth, and pull them away from the false doctrine of dispensationalism. I was able to share the other night some points that I had just read in the book . . .

    “. . . Scripture indicates that Abraham was originally nothing more than another pagan ‘Gentile’ before being called by God.”

    “. . . any Gentile could become a full fledged Jew.”

    “No racial barrier existed.”

    “. . . Circumcision turned a man of foreign origin into an Israelite.”

    That is food for thought for someone who is very “Israel/Jewish” focused.

    Blessings,

  3. PJ Miller says:

    Looks like a good book…thanks.

    Do you have it Cathy?

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