Role of Israel in the Christian Church - Christian Diversity 2/2

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Christian Diversity - A Contemporary Observation - Israel and the Church

This episode seeks to inform viewers about the Christian debate on whether the Jews and the Jewish nation have a prophetic role in scripture. The Christian divide is with those who see that there is only one covenant people of God and those who say that there are two covenants or simply that the God has brought the Jews back to the land in order for them to come faith in the future. Terms used are that of Replacement Theology, Christian or Biblical Zionism, Dual Covenant Theology, Fulfilment theology and Supersessionism. The subject relates to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.

The series as whole looks at various disputes within the Christian church and has a strong emphasis on the debates within protestant evangelicalism.


Shared on: 13 Jul 2019

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