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Is the modern state, Israel, a fulfillment of prophecy?

Bradley Watkins

Is the modern state, Israel, a fulfillment of prophecy?

by Bradley Watkins

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Published by The Intercontinental in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews -- Palestine.

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    # 070375

    Statementby Bradley Watkins.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p. ;
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18828205M

      The modern state of Israel, now that it has been established, has every right to exist, but Israel should also be made to uphold the UN resolutions concerning Palestinian inalienable rights. Unlike before, almost all Arabs, including Palestinians, now will recognize Israel's right to exist or, at least, will not wage war with Israel if Israel.   Buy The Modern State of Israel and Biblical Prophecy by Haddad, S. K. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2.

    Once again, modern technology has made an ancient prophecy understandable for the first time. 4) The Nation of Israel — Revelation 12 focuses on the nation of Israel. It makes clear that in the middle of the Tribulation Satan will motivate and empower the Antichrist to annihilate the Jewish state and its people.   Various prophecies lead us to modern Israel’s establishment as a nation in May Jeremiah , Isaiah –45, Leviticus –28 and other prophecies lead us to calculate that after biblical/prophetic years of days after the destruction of the temple by the Babylonians – we could expect the “multiplied” punishment that started with 70 years of Babylonian captivity.

      On the one hand, I don’t believe the formation of the modern state of Israel was a fulfillment of prophecy in the sense that there is a particular passage or group of passages that specifically point to the events of Some prophecy teachers point to Jeremiah as a passage that prophesies the formation of the state of Israel.   The Modern State of Israel explores the lot of the Jewish people in their dispersion in the world for the past two thousand years. After their persecution and their expulsion from many nations, their desire to establish a home of their own, where they can rule themselves and not be the subjects of their overlords, is understandable.5/5(2).


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Is the modern state, Israel, a fulfillment of prophecy? by Bradley Watkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

To Burge modern Israel is a merely secular state not founded on biblical principles not much different from the Israel of Jeremiah's day. He warns in a radio conversation on Moody Bible Radio that Christians should be careful about claiming the modern state of Israel is a fulfillment of prophecy.

Is the evolution of modern-day Israel the fulfillment of biblical prophecy. (Wikimedia Commons) Recently Israel was asked to be a guest on Dr. Michael Brown's radio show, "The Line of Fire," for "Thoroughly Jewish Thursday." As we discussed the topic Is the modern state the day, "Why Support Israel?", one of the listeners, a Hasidic Rabbi, called in with some concerns.

examination of biblical prophecy and the promised Jewish return to the land. This paper will examine the biblical evidence used to support viewing the modern State of Israel as a fulfillment of biblical prophecy.

Afterwards, alternative approaches to these texts will be briefly examined. Some Evangelical Protestants believe that the modern State of Israel thus fulfilled a Bible prophecy. For example, in the book Jerusalem Countdown, clergyman John Hagee states: “This momentous occasion had been recorded by the pen of the prophet Isaiah, saying, ‘A nation shall be born in a day.’ (See Isaiah )It was the greatest moment in prophetic history of the twentieth century.

Many Christians believe that the creation of the modern state of Israel in fulfilled Old Testame. Author of It's the End of the World As We Know It, speaker Jim Fletcher is the director of Prophecy Matters, Master Books, and the Icon Publishing Group.

Drawing heavily from 20th century Israeli history, the Zionist movement, several Old. Every time the situation in Israel-Palestine hits the news, for Christians one of the issues that emerges is whether or not the modern State of Israel is a fulfilment of biblical prophecy.

The main prophetic text appealed to is the later chapters of Ezekiel, particularly Ezekiel   Here, and in the body of my book, I have argued that the creation of the modern state of Israel is not in fulfillment of OTKP; that it is not a prelude to the premillennial return of Christ, or to a thousand years of temple worship in Palestine, etc.

However, I have not ruled out other possibilities. Does modern Israel fulfill Bible prophecy. Does modern Israel fulfill Bible prophecy. Many claim that it does. They often cite Old Testament prophecies of restoration of the promised land to Israel.

Frequently, they cite verses that seem to indicate fleshly Israel would have this land forever. Many Christians believe that the creation of the modern state of Israel in fulfilled Old Testament prophecy and heralded the imminent return of Christ.

speaker Jim Fletcher is the. The Temple Prophecy is now being fulfilled as to the soon returning of Messiah and the building of the temple. Although Elohiym will no longer dwell in a temple constructed by men (Acts ), the temple in Jerusalem must be built again so that Elohiym’s word is fulfilled.

By the end of World War II this number had risen toToday, it stands at nearly 6 million. The Jews continue to come, but there is no doubt this is a prophecy that is being fulfilled before our very eyes. Or, consider the re-establishment of the state of Israel on This was a clear and definite fulfillment of Bible prophecy.

The International Christian Embassy affirms, for example, “The modern ingathering of the Jewish People to Eretz Israel and the rebirth of the nation of Israel are in fulfillment of biblical prophecies.” 19 Christian Zionists assume that the Old and New Testaments run parallel into the future, the former speaking of Israel and the latter.

Prophecy teachers point to the creation of the state of Israel inand proclaim that it fulfills prophecy. Some say that Messiah will return within one generation of 70 years.

The truth is that the Jesuits have created a false script of how the end times will play out, which you no doubt have heard from Pastors, movies, books, etc.

Now, a new book shows remarkable and even prophetic changes in the 70 years since the rebirth of Israel as a modern nation-state.

Israel Then and Now: Prophecy Fulfilled | CBN News CBN News. IS THE MODERN STATE OF ISRAEL A FULFILLMENT OF BIBLE PROPHECY. by David Hocking As we examine the content of many web sites concerning this question, we are keenly aware that good Bible students and scholars alike are not comfortable with such a theological position.

One of the basic issues involved in this discussion is the nature and identity. When President Donald Trump moved the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem many people of faith quickly recognized the biblical significance of such a move.

This was not the first time in the modern State of Israel's short 70 years that it has played a role in the fulfillment of biblical prophecy. Many of the miracles we are witnessing in Israel today were promised in the Bible. The book that bears his name is a tremendous apocalyptic writing of almost mystical character.

then the case for the modern-day state of Israel being a fulfillment of prophecy might be somewhat less certain.

Ezekiel 37 contains perhaps the most well-known prophecy of Israel. Trump, like King Cyrus before him, fulfilled biblical prophecy, by recognizing that Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the Jewish state and that the Jewish people deserve a righteous, free and.

I think the existence of the modern state of Israel is a fulfillment of prophecy, God is not surprised it has happened, but knowing the genesis, background, methods and people behind political Zionism, I see no evidence that God is the one who has restored a repentant people to their land in order to serve Him.

fulfillment time frame, especially in relation to the modern state of Israel. Modern Israel is prophetically significant and is fulfilling Bible prophecy. But readers of God’s Word need to be careful to distinguish which verses are being fulfilled in our day and which references await future fulfillment.

modern israel not a fulfillment of bible prophecy The best way for Israel to stop terrorist attacks in its territory is by first ceasing its occupation of all Arab lands and the continual, unrestrained building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank.In the book itself I discuss at length most of the texts briefly cited here.

For further study of this interesting and important question, please consult the relevant portions of my book. _____ Many premillinerians confidently assert that the creation of the modern state of Israel in was in fulfillment of biblical prophecy.

Did God fulfill the Old Testament prophecies of the restoration of Israel with Ezra, Nehemiah, and the early church, or have we seen them come to pass in recent decades? Many Christians believe that the creation of the modern state of Israel in fulfilled Old Testament prophecy and heralded the imminent return of s: 1.