Replay: The Dangers of Replacement Theology and Thoroughly Jewish Calls and Insights

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Dr. Brown replays a special broadcast where, in light of the Christ at the Checkpoint conference, he opens up the Scriptures and looks at Church history regarding the dangers of replacement theology. Listen live here 3-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


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  1. The reference in the Book of Acts to the restoration of the Kingdom to Israel simply refers to Christ’s reign in the Resurrection. By His answer, the Lord was explaining that the consummation of the world and His coming in glory was not yet. As Dr. James White would say, look at the whole of the scriptural witness–Tota Scriptura.

    St. Paul makes it clear that God has not cast away Israel. In the righteous Jews who believed on Christ, the promises made to Israel were fulfilled, and this will be also for those Jews who will convert in the future.

    The Kingdom that we await is the Kingdom of God and of His Christ, for which the Old Testament Israel was merely a placeholder. We who are washed in the blood of the Lamb, Jew and Gentile, will inherit that which was prepared for us, as co-heirs in eternal life with Christ the King. Our religion is spiritual, not carnal. We are looking towards that better country: that is, an heavenly.

    What the Apostles were discussing with the Lord has nothing to do with the modern nation-state of Israel. I’m not saying that today’s Israel doesn’t fit into God’s plan somewhere, necessarily, just that it’s quite a stretch to make a case for Zionism from that passage alone.

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