Jump to content


Submitter

SUPPORT TOPIC File Information

  • Submitted: Sep 01 2017 05:54 AM
  • Last Updated: Sep 01 2017 05:54 AM
  • File Size: 811.94K
  • Views: 185
  • Downloads: 30
  • Author: Dr. Robert L. Thomas
  • theWord Version: 3.x - 4.x
  • Tab Name: Israel’s Kingdom in the Apocalypse
  • Suggest New Tag:: Israel, Kingdom, Apocalypse
  • Module Identifier: Israel’s Kingdom in the Apocalypse - Robert L Thomas.gbk.twm

Support WordModules.com

  • If our theWord modules have blessed you, please consider a small donation.


    Your donation pays the actual, out-of-pocket expenses of running this ministry.

    Your donation pays only for dedicated server hosting, bandwidth, software licenses, and capital equipment (scanners, OCR equipment, etc).


    Enter Amount


    You do not need a paypal account to donate online.


    You may also donate by check to:


    Josh Bond

    699 Harris Lane, #699

    Gallatin, TN 37066

theWord Module Download:
Download Israel’s Kingdom in the Apocalypse

- - - - -

Author:
Dr. Robert L. Thomas

theWord Version:
3.x - 4.x

Tab Name:
Israel’s Kingdom in the Apocalypse

Suggest New Tag::
Israel, Kingdom, Apocalypse

Module Identifier:
Israel’s Kingdom in the Apocalypse - Robert L Thomas.gbk.twm

Introduction

I have been assigned to defend Dispensationalism for the upcoming B&H Perspectives on Israel and the Church. My approach is a strictly grammatical-historical reminder of the centrality of Israel in God’s program for the world. I have traced the continuity of this focus through the OT and the NT to show the prominence of Israel in various biblical writers. The climax of this history of Israel will come in the future and is recorded in the last book of the Bible. This paper has room for a few reminders of how the kingdom of Israel stands out as the climax of what God intends for the nation in the future.
I will add to this paper some aspects of my interaction with other contributors in the 384page Perspective book scheduled for release in March of 2015. I call these additions “sneak previews.” The other contributors to the Perspective book include Robert Saucy (Progressive
Dispensationalism), Robert Reymond (Traditional Covenant Theology), and Chad Brand with Tom Pratt (Progressive Covenantalism). Professor Brand is also the editor of the book for B&H.
The present study will examine the Book of Revelation for the fulfillments of Israel’s covenants recorded there. It will also note how differing hermeneutical approaches affect an understanding of the Apocalypse. The major already published treatments selected for comparison are three recent evangelical commentaries on Revelation by Greg Beale, David Aune, and Grant Osborne.



Other files you may be interested in ..





16 user(s) are online (in the past 30 minutes)

0 members, 15 guests, 0 anonymous users


Yahoo