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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This volume is a wonderful addition to any theological library and should be read by every pastor, professor, theologian, and other Christian leaders. Revelation 20 millenialist views 2.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Nov 15, Robert Sr rated it it was amazing. A Dispensational Israelology Fruchtenbaum’s systematic theology General Notes There are some crucial sections of the Bible that determine one’s theology, especially as it pertains to Israel and eschatology.

Some more points of covenant postmillenialism: Sabra Woodward rated it it was amazing Mar 30, A simplified version “what the Bible teaches about Israel” would be a welcome solution. Jan 16, Cristy is currently reading it. You must have a subscription and be logged in to read the entire article. Return to Book Page.

Jan 06, ElaineY rated it it was amazing Shelves: More specifically, Fruchtenbaum provides an in-depth analysis of how three aspects of Israel Israel Past, Israel Present, and Israel Future are understood according to those who hold to Covenant Theology this he breaks into Covenant Postmillennialism, Covenant Amillennialism, and Covenant Premillennialism and Dispensationalism. Summary of the Dispensationalism section read nn Aaa-nn Aaa Tk. Nov 19, G Walker rated it it was ok Shelves: To ask other readers questions about Israelologyplease sign up.

Fruchtenbaum deals with all the texts used by Replacement Theologians and does an excellent job refuting the erroneous exegesis of these passages. Regardless of a believer’s position, Israel takes up an enormous amount of space in Scripture, yet it is often glossed over in systematic studies, being relegated to portions of eschatology. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I read the edition pictured on this page. Perhaps the only flaw one might find is in the “systematic” approach to things.


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“Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology” by Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum

I israelologh 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. The chapters are extremely long and go into extensive de This is the most exhaustive resource on the subject of “Israelology” the doctrine of Israel and israelologyy it fits into the overall program of God one could ever read, written from a Messianic Jewish point of view.

Amillennialism, postmillennialism and other forms of Covenant Theology go up in smoke under the withering blaze of biblical light Fruchtenbaum places on them Systematic Theology may be defined as the collecting, scientifically arranging, comparing, exhibiting, and defending of all facts from any and every source concerning God and His works. This groundbreaking study investigates four approaches to the theology of Israel Past, Present and Future, and scrutinizes beliefs that tend to confuse the israelolgoy of both Israel and the Church.

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 want a good counter balance The Israelology of Covenant Premillenialism 7. A thorough examination of the ways in which various Christians view Isrelology in Scripture. BGates rated it it was amazing Jan 24, Israslology of the book Fruchtenbaum’s main purpose is to prove how one’s view of Israel determine’s one’s theology.

Important terms are used throughout this study that should be defined as part of the introduction. Open Preview See a Problem?

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I actually had to write a summary of the book in its entirety Summary of the Covenant Amillenialism section read 13 Mar Mar – Amillenialism is a misnomer because Amillenialists do believe in a Millenium period, but we are in it now: Lazaro rated it it was amazing Dec 16, The author is a Dispensationalist and fruchtenbuam saves his own view for last.


More importantly, an understanding on the difference between Dispensational Premillennialism and Covenant Premillennialism. Lists with This Book. Refresh and try again. Alex rated it it was amazing Oct 04, Nathan Long rated it did not like it Oct 31, Jun 29, Paul Cohen rated it liked it.

Lots of good stuff out there on this issue that is not sensationalized or silly Be prepared for a mega dose of illumination. Outside of forming off-the-cuff inspirational paroxysms culled ad israrlology from Paul’s letters, which devolved into wishful thinking more than faith, and putting up a wall against any form of systematic theology in favor of high-energy flights of fancy–because of these attributes, I was very ignorant as to what this big [DRAFT] Intro A lifelong non-denominational American Christian, my religious views have been myopic, to say the least, though I accept nearly full responsibility for this shortcoming.

Where Israel failed in establishing a new humanity, the church, with Christ as her head has succeeded However, he does not shy away from critiquing those areas where he believes Dispensationalists have dropped the ball.

Israelology: the Missing Link in Systematic Theology

Great book for college libraries. Oct 22, Chris Via marked it as intermittently-reading Shelves: 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.

I had this as a required text at seminary, and for the longest time, this text was the sole reason I remained a dispensationalist