What Does Your View of Israel Say about Your Theology?

We are regularly reminded of Israel’s prominent role in history and current events, but where is Israel in your systematic theology? As you reflect upon Scripture, what does the Bible say about the land and people of Israel and how does your view of Israel shape your theology? Has the Church replaced Israel? What is the relationship between the Church and Israel? What is the role for Israel now and in the future?

Israelology: The Doctrine of Israel

In the Mobile Ed course Israelology: The Doctrine of Israel, speaker and author Arnold Fruchtenbaum is your guide to a thorough understanding of a theology of Israel. Dr. Fruchtenbaum is a messianic believer and founder and director of Ariel Ministries, an organization dedicated to evangelism and discipleship of Jewish people. He is the author of Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology, a detailed expansion of his doctoral dissertation.

In this course, Dr. Fruchtenbaum explains how Israel fits into major systematic theological systems within evangelicalism. You’ll understand the place of Israel according to covenant postmillennialism, covenant amillennialism, covenant premillennialism, and dispensationalism. Learn how your view of Israel determines whether you are a covenant theologian or a dispensationalist—and how it could lead to anti-Semitism, pro-Semitism, or indifference to the issue.

Join Dr. Fruchtenbaum in the study of Israelology. Pre-order Israelology: The Doctrine of Israel today and save!

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