The New Testament case against Christian Zionism: A Christian View of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The New Testament case against Christian Zionism: A Christian View of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Publisher: Createspace
Published Date: February 2015
ISBN-13: 978-1502883858

The New Testament case against Christian Zionism uses the analogy of a trial in an American courtroom. Christian Zionism and its dispensational theology are in the dock and the case from the New Testament shows the movement to be guilty of perverting the gospel.

The book gives an historical and theological analysis of Christian Zionism, showing that it replaces Jesus Christ’s central role in salvation history with ancestral Israel. The main feature of the book is the presentation of Jesus' Gospel of the kingdom of God and also New Testament evidence.

This book helps evangelicals overcome this historical fraud and the perfect storm of Israel-influence in American and evangelical cultures, providing the opportunity to think Christianity in New Testament terms, about the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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