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The Israel of God: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (Robertson)

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SKU:
9780875523989
Publisher:
P&R Publishing
Pages:
204
Binding:
Paperback


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Product Description

Robertson offers a look at the questions: "Who is the Israel of God today?" and "What is their relationship to the Promised Land, and to Israel's worship, lifestyle, and future?"

Table of Contents:

  1. The Israel of God: Its Land
  2. The Israel of God: Its People
  3. The Israel of God: Its Worship
  4. The Israel of God: Its Lifestyle
  5. The Israel of God and the Coming of the Kingdom
  6. The Israel of God in Romans 11
  7. Concluding Propositions    

 

Author 

O. Palmer Robertson (B.D., Westminster Theological Seminary; Th.M., Th.D., Union Theological Seminary, Virginia) is Professor of Old Testament at Knox Theological Seminary and Professor of Theology at African Bible College, Malawi. He is author of several books, including The Christ of the Covenants and Psalms in Congregational Celebration.

 

Endorsements 

"Is the modern state of Israel the fulfillment of ancient prophesy? Are Jewish people saved by virtue of being God’s chosen people? These important questions affect our theology, evangelism, missions—even our politics. Palmer Robertson carefully and clearly takes us to the Bible to answer these and other questions. His masterful exegesis of Hebrews 7 and Romans 11 alone are worth the price of this book." — Tremper Longman III

"Palmer Robertson provides a fresh and brilliant insight into the content of God’s promises of redemption to Old Testament Israel and their relevance to the Christian church. This is an exciting read." — R. C. Sproul

"Dr. Robertson has addressed this perennial, much-disputed topic in a fashion that is not only both incisive and engaging but also, to this reader at least, thoroughly convincing. My hope is that this book will serve to unite Christians today in affirming his concluding propositions." — Richard B. Gaffin

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