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Who is Israel?
The Christian community is divided over this question. Modern Bible versions have muddied the waters. For decades, seminaries have unwittingly led their students astray. Pastors are confused. People are misguided. The end is near, and many are unprepared.
In this hard-hitting treatise Pastor Matt Furse explains how the "theology train" got off the track, wha
Kindle Edition, 348 pages
Published February 19th 2016
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Jeff C
Dec 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing

This book will probably be banned by Amazon soon (that bastion of free speech). This book puts to rest the idea there is some special plan for Jews apart from salvation in Jesus Christ THE MESSIAH. It is not antisemitic which is a word that is so misused today it has no meaning. Just like "racist". Go to Texe Marrs website and you will find much more info regarding this subject. Word of advice: if you are new to this subject take your time,read the Bible and
John Martinson Jr
Dec 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This is the most important book ever written on the subject of Israel—period. No other book so thoroughly analyzes exactly what Israel is by New Testament definition. This book is a must read for every Christian regardless of denomination. Is Israel a geographic location? Is Israel a group of people that call themselves Jews? Is Israel something else? Sadly many people believe they can answer those questions but fall short of Biblical accuracy. Start reading this book today.
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Pastor Matt Furse is the pastor of the Mountainview Baptist Church, in Custer, South Dakota. Although the subject of “Israel” and “end time events” are both very important issues to Pastor Furse, nothing is as important as his top priorities to both his immediate family, and his church family. Visit the church’s webs

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