Israelology: The Missing Link In Systematic Theology E-Book (epub). by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum. One’s view of Israel is key in determining one’s theology, and. This study was created from Dr. Fruchtenbaum’s landmark research for his doctoral thesis, “ISRAELOLOGY: the Missing Link in Systematic Theology.” While all. Israelology has 57 ratings and 9 reviews. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum Fruchtenbaum deals with all the texts used by Replacement Theologians and does an.
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This volume is a wonderful addition to any theological library and should be read by every pastor, professor, theologian, and other Christian leaders. Theodore Zachariades rated it it was ok Nov 15, If you buy into the premise I had this as a required text at seminary, and for the longest time, this text was the sole reason I remained a dispensationalist It seems to have a firm grip on certain contingents within the church who are already in a tail spin from post-Holocaust guilt.
The Biblical Evangelist called Israelology a “tremendous, masterful book Tom Applebee rated it it was amazing Oct 12, This book introduced me to Replacement Theology and a comprehensive understanding of the various view on the Millennium. Bob Sprigg rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Israelology, IMO, is indispensable to anyone interested in Eschatology but be warned, it is a very heavy book.
View all 3 comments. This groundbreaking study investigates four approaches to the theology of Israel Past, Present and Future, and scrutinizes beliefs that tend to confuse the identities of both Israel and the Church. However, he does not shy away from critiquing those areas where he believes Dispensationalists have dropped the ball.
Israelology: the Missing Link in Systematic Theology
It will also determine what izraelology of Covenant Theologian he is: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This sets up for the final comparative analysis against Dispensationalism, Fruchtenbaum himself identifying as such.
Sabra Woodward rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Apr 18, Louis Lapides rated it it was amazing. Jan 16, Cristy is currently reading it.
It was Harold Bloom’s book, Jesus and Yahweh: One of the best Christian eschatology books I’ve read. Nathan Long rated it did not like it Oct 31, I had this as a required text at seminary, and for the longest time, this text was the sole reason I remained a dispensationalist This series of six articles will survey the concerns of a proper Israelology.
This is “Christian” sanctioned racism and it needs to be seen as that. The book is appropriately titled. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Israelology – Dean Bible Ministries
Systematic Theology The science which follows a humanly devised scheme or order of doctrinal development purporting to incorporate into its system all the truth about God and His universe from any and every source.
If you want book length treatments of this issue from other perspectives I would encourage the reader to read: One Covenant of Two? The science which follows a humanly devised scheme or order of doctrinal development purporting to incorporate into its system all the truth about God and His universe from any and every source.
Where Israel failed in establishing a new humanity, the church, with Christ as her head has succeeded Jan 06, ElaineY rated it it was amazing Shelves: Abstract of the book Fruchtenbaum’s main purpose is to prove how one’s view of Israel determine’s one’s theology. Its not about the church replacing Israel, but rather fulfilling Israel BGates rated it it was amazing Jan 24, Oct 22, Chris Via marked it as intermittently-reading Shelves: That they are called Old is indicative of the view: Arnold Fruchtenbaum earned a B.
A simplified version “what the Bible teaches about Israel” would be a welcome solution. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
For any Christian confused about Israel’s place in the plan of God along with the church, Israelology is a book that must be read and kept as a reference source. Pete Foley rated it really liked it Oct fruchtennaum, Jun 29, Paul Cohen rated it liked it.
Iseaelology provides a critical analysis of the leading theologians in the 3 different Covenant theologies pre- post- and amillenialism to show the view of Israel in each.
Israelology Part 1 of 6 — By: Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum
No distinction between Israel and the Church; Israel has been supplanted by the Church. Click here to subscribe. It was through this book that I came to see Eschatology as theocentric what God is doing and the programs and course run by the church nowadays as anthropocentric what I, we, are doing.
Our theology must first of all be faithful to the entirety of sacred scripture, ALL of its literary, typological, covenantal contexts. The Israelology of Covenant Amillenialism 5.
Michael Perlmutter rated it it was amazing Aug 25, Not recommended for those new to the subject, but if you’re already familiar with eschatology and have asked yourself or others what the heck happened to Israel and all those prophecies in the Old Testament, this is a book not to miss. Craig Littlejohn rated it it was amazing Sep 29,