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This is my final article in a brief series responding to the charge that preterism is anti-Semitic. The charge arises in that preterists hold that many New Testament passages prophesy the judgment of Israel. I have already shown how this charge is misdirected in several respects. But now I will show that if the charge […]

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Preterists believe that Jesus called down judgment upon Israel, and that this judgment was deserved by the people of Israel. Because of our modern historical situation — post-Holocaust — this view is deemed by some to be an immoral position because of its latent anti-Semitism. But is the charge legitimately brought against the preterist? This […]

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Preterism teaches that several New Testament prophecies apply to the AD 70 destruction of the temple. A good number of scholars and even more prophecy populists complain: “Preterism is Anti-Semitic.” But is preterism’s focus on the Jewish judgment in AD 70 anti-Semtic? This is a serious moral charge. How does the preterist postmillennialist answer it? […]

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ISRAEL OF GOD

Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. —  August 1, 2014 — 2 Comments

I receive a lot of email questions. Here is one blog readers might appreciate. Your discussion is great regarding Gal. 6:16 on pages 172-174 in your book titled: He Shall Have Dominion. I like to ask you a question about how you handle the argument put forward by dispensationalists regarding Galatians 6:16 and the term […]

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In this brief series I am providing “talking points” in answer to common questions. I hope these are helpful. What of the re-emergence of Israel as a nation? Is your preterist view AntiSemitic? (1) The Israel as a nation part of the question. (a) Yes, it does write-off the significance of Israel’s nationhood — as […]

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As I continue highlighting the numerous errors in best-selling evangelical author, John Hagee, we come now upon two more. These show he really does not understand biblical theology. And this demonstrates that many, many Christians who follow him are extremely deficient theologically. Postmillennialism builds its case from careful theological and exegetical analysis. But modern Christians […]

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I am continuing in a rebuttal of the teachings of John Hagee on Israel. His best-selling status in evangelical culture is a sign of serious problems in the church, and an explanation of why postmillennialism has difficulty getting traction today. In this article I will demonstrate Hagee’s errors regarding Christ as the Messiah. Those errors […]

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