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  • Larry Vest
    An article titled Israel and Scripture - Part two by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Th.D. has been added to the ReformationOnline website at
    Message 1 of 74 , Oct 27, 2003
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      An article titled Israel and Scripture - Part two by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Th.D. has been added to the ReformationOnline website at http://www.reformationonline.com/israel2.htm
       
      Though Israel is "the key to prophecy" in all varieties of dispensationalism, it is also the key to some embarrassing errors among older dispensational schools. As Frank Gaebelein admits in the Foreword to Ryrie�s 1965 watershed work <Dispensationalism Today> (which Foreword is reprinted in Ryrie�s revised update <Dispensationalism>): "Dispensationalism has at times been the victim of its adherents who have pressed unwisely certain of its features" (D, p. 7). What he did not confess, though, was that these errors often revolved around Israel and were only spit-shined among newer dispensationalists. Eventually, these errors necessitated the revision of dispensationalism.


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    • Larry Vest
      An article titled Israel and Scripture - Part five by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Th.D. has been added to the ReformationOnline website at
      Message 74 of 74 , Dec 2, 2003
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        An article titled Israel and Scripture - Part five by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Th.D. has been added to the ReformationOnline website at http://www.reformationonline.com/israel5.htm
         
         
        ...with Jesus�s coming and his redemptive labor, we find the fulfillment of Israel -- a fulfillment which will gather in the gentiles, just as the Old Testament promised. Consequently, the land and Jerusalem promises need not await a future, literal fulfillment. They have come to pass in Jesus Christ in the first century. The progressive dispensational theology errs with classic and revised dispensationalism in attempting to continue typological categories into the new covenant schema.


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