I have heard scattered references to missions of the Free Church of Scotland in Tiberias and perhaps other locations (they seemed to have purchased the properties of the English missionaries in Safed), as well as something at some point relating to the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland being...
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I had a conversation today with one of my brethren according to the flesh, an Ultra-Orthodox Rabbinist. We discussed several issues, and our conversation came to the question of the authority of the traditions that they erronously call the Oral Torah (this being the...
ISRAEL, who art thou, and where art thou?
This topic of Israel’s identity must be seen in the light of God’s word, or it is but the fancies and fictions of men.
That of Jewry – the people of Israel in the time of Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth – who did not bow the knee to Him, and persisted in...
Started the new year reading from start to finish again and as I was reading I noticed Jacob is speaking in (Genesis 49:31) There they buried Abraham and Sarah his wife. There they buried Isaac and Rebekah his wife, and there I buried Leah, I'm aware that Rachel died on the way to Bethlehem but...
So not too long ago I switched from MacArthurian dispensationalism to covenant theology and I got super into G.K. Beale, but I don't think I fully understand covenant theology's understanding of the relationship between the Church and Israel. My initial understanding was that since the...
I've heard these two mentioned a lot, especially with all that's happening now. But I don't really understand what's happening or why. Can anyone help elaborate on what is happening/the relationship between these two entities?
Is it possible that the partial hardening refers to the non-elect Israelites, and the remnant refers to the elect Israelites at the siege of Jerusalem in 70 AD?
 Lest you be wise in your own sight, I do not want you to be unaware of this mystery, brothers: a partial...
It looks to me like every (puritan) postmillennialist also has the interpretation of Romans 11, that there is a future conversion of a preserved Old Testament Israel mentioned in Romans 11.
I am not sure if it is true, that this is always linked together for every theologian,expressing clearly...
If anybody is interested I am working on a timeline type of overview of God's kingdom and how He exercised His authority over it.
I would love any comments you might have.
At Babel God divided the nations and placed them under the wicked sons of God. These are spiritual rulers...
Have you ever heard the dispensationalist's argument that there are "two parts" to the promised seed of Abraham? Meaning there is the promised physical descendants of Abraham (Israel) and the Church?
For me this teaching rejects Galatians 3 and also the teaching that gentiles are grafted into...
Someone in my family no longer believes Jesus Christ is God because of their recent belief of Messianic Judaism. According to my family member, Jesus is the Jewish Messiah and is the Son of God, but isn't God.
Well, I believe there are different variations of Messianic Jews, but the Messianic...
Is there any sense in which God still favors/blesses ethnic Israel over and above other people groups? Galatians 3:28, "There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus", so it seems that there is no ethnic favoritism...
This is a very important passage regarding to the reformed doctrines f sovereign grace total inability (the dry bones) and regeneration (the breath). In this thread I would like to discuss about the main design of this passage based on the context. Here are the questions:
1. What is the chief...
Obviously the title is misleading. We know generally when the Sabbath was and is. Originally it was Saturday then moved to Sunday.
But I was listening to R.J. Rushdoony talk about the Sabbath in the OT and he was contending that originally the seventh day sabbath was not on Saturday rather it...