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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Sue Schmidt rated it really liked it Dec 18, The Names Divinethat it struck me that there was a whole group of people who viewed the New Testament and its chief contributor are a violent appropriation of their religion.

After my time at seminary, I reread it two more times, once while trying hard to maintain my dispensationalism and again, after I had moved away from it. If you buy into the premise s of dispensationalism, and a strict distinction in the peoples of God Israel and the Churchthen what he has to say is spot on.

Now, however, things are much different. The study of Frucytenbaum is one of the major points of division in evangelical theology today. A simplified version “what the Bible teaches about Israel” would be a welcome solution. Romans Israel views Dispensationalist – Views the whole of Scripture as a household that Fruchtengaum manages with different economies and dispensations. I unfortunately had to read through this resource in a “hurried” fashion, but I will probably re-read this resource at a later date when I can slow down and better reflect on the overwhelming abundance of information contained in it.

Oct 22, Chris Via marked it as intermittently-reading Shelves: Jun 29, Paul Cohen rated it liked it. The book is appropriately titled.


Israelology Part 1 of 6 — By: Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum

Arnold is also an adjunct professor at Chafer Theological Seminary. It will also determine what kind of Covenant Theologian he is: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Nathan Long rated it did not like it Oct 31, That they are called Old is indicative of the view: One’s view of Israel is key in determining one’s theology. Want to Read saving….

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A thorough examination of the ways in which various Christians view Israel in Scripture. Having been raised on Paul’s magnificent letters and terrified by the perceived brutality of the Old Testament, this view was a shock.

Jan 06, ElaineY rated it it was amazing Shelves: Swinging the pendulum the other direction is not the solution. I would highly recommend this resource to those needing the most exhaustive and in-depth study of Israel and Systematic Theology, with the recommendation to set aside plenty of time to fully digest this resource when encountering it, fruchtenbaym its depth will not be a mere casual read.

Keeps the Church as in the Church of Acts and Israel separate. In short, the branches of Covenant theology fall short of integrating a careful account of Israel in the biblical text into their theology. 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. Israelology Part 1 of 6 — By: Brian Hendrix rated it really liked it Aug 17, Craig Littlejohn rated it it was amazing Sep 29, This book introduced me to Replacement Theology and a comprehensive understanding of the various view on the Millennium.

In his epistle to the Romans, which contains the first systematic theology in Church history, Paul expounds on Israel devoting three full chapters 9—11 out of sixteen to this topic.


This is especially true of Dispensationalism’s teachings regarding Israel Present, calling it “Dispensationalism’s weakest area. The Israelology of Covenant Postmillenialism 3. Israelology One of the best Christian eschatology books I’ve read. Arnold is the greatest scholar in Judaism today. Pete Foley rated it really liked it Oct 10, Before studying the history of the development of the Bible, I didn’t even realize the inappropriateness of calling the divisions the Old and New–for orthodox Jews, there is no Old and New; there is only the Tanakh: Sabra Woodward rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Towards this end of this Christianized and peaceful period that precedes the return of Christ, there will be a brief period of backlash termed the Great Tribulation.

What is Israelology?

Israelology Part 1 of 6 Author: 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. Slawrenson rated it really liked it Jun 16, This is “Christian” sanctioned racism and it needs to be seen as that.

View all 3 comments. He is the founder of Ariel Ministries, Tustin, CA, a ministry to Jewish people around the world; he holds Bible conferences in most English speaking countries on the globe.

The Israelology of Covenant Amillenialism 5. And reread it again for “fun” for another class.