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How "Replacement Theology" is changing the world

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Some Christian groups preach that the Church has replaced Israel as God’s chosen people. But Replacement Theology could not be further from what God’s Word actually says. Don’t miss our special guest Laurie Cardoza Moore, founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations(PJTN), a ministry forged to educate Christian believers about bibilical truth as it relates to Israel, Chrislam, and the dangerous lies that we’re being told in the West about the true nature of events in the Middle East.

Laurie offers a provocative look at where the deception comes from, and you won’t want to miss her incredible insights.

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5 Responses to “How "Replacement Theology" is changing the world”

  1. There is a frustrating and persistent ignorance here: the Reformed position is that the Gentiles are GRAFTED IN to the true Israel. Read Romans 11. And please present, in context, the writings of a respected Reformed theologian who says that the church REPLACES Israel. This position has more straw than a scarecrow. It's time it was laid to rest.

    August 25, 2014 at 4:33 PM Reply
    • rascott247 #

      “The New Testament teaches the hard fact that national Israel and its law have been permanently replaced by the church and the New Covenant”
      Bruce K. Waltke, “Kingdom Promises as Spiritual,” in Continuity and Discontinuity, 274

      “Israel would no longer be the people of God and would be replaced by a people that would accept the Messiah and His message of the kingdom of God.”
      Hans K. LaRondelle, The Israel of God in Prophecy: Principles of Prophetic Interpretation (Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University Press, 1983), 101.

      “It may seem harsh to say that ‘God is done with the Jews.’ But the fact of the matter is that He is through with them as a unified national group having anything more to do with the evangelization of the world. That mission has been taken from them and given to the Christian Church (Matt. 21:43).”
      Loraine Boettner, The Millennium (Philadelphia: Presbyterian & Reformed, 1957), 89–90.

      August 26, 2014 at 12:17 PM Reply
  2. Would those who accuse reformed theology as "replacement", deny the fact that the bible teaches that Christ is the true Israel ?(matt 2:5)Also, that as Israel, Christ is also head of His body, and that all in Him are Israel.
    Both Jewish and Gentile believers are on the same root, and that root is Christ, not the nation of Israel.

    August 26, 2014 at 9:24 AM Reply
  3. hugo fries #

    Its all over the new testament, read Paul, the church, the bride of Christ is the new Israel. sure all blessed through Abraham ( and Israel) namely in the person of Jesus. what next? Some recent theology about the Christians disappearing off the face of the earth? It is a recent theology and will hopefully fade away.

    August 26, 2014 at 1:40 PM Reply
  4. Toby DuBose #

    Amen Jerry! The Reformed position is that there is one people of God. The Bible calls them THE elect' for the reason that they are a singular people (Romans 8:28). Paul's argument in Galatians is that not all in Israel were true Israel and that the true sons of Abraham are those and only those who place their faith in Jesus Christ.

    Toby DuBose
    Trinity Reformed Church

    August 27, 2014 at 12:13 PM Reply

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