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Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Research salvation of israel 1. Only emphasized, that the time that this would occur did not belong to them knowing. So the restoration of Israel cannot be discarded. In the Epistle of Paul to the Romans found as this promise will be fulfilled. Although they all use the biblical text to support their teachings, these are interpreted and analyzed in different ways.

First, we will discuss the phrase "and in this way". How Israel shall be saved? When Israel shall be saved? How many people in Israel will be saved? In some of the questions we will be presenting other perspectives that they are relevant to the theme. Finally, we will be answering questions from our perspective. The phrase has been interpreted in two ways: temporal sense or modal sense. The modal sense interpretation is presented by Douglas Moo.

Others think that this word can be connected with the quotation from the Old Testament that we have at the end of the verse: "Thus, as Israel will be saved, namely, as it is written Neither interpretation is conclusive from a grammatical standpoint, and in fact the two may not be mutually exclusive.

NET Bible. The answer to this question has been under discussion among scholars. Various interpretations have been submitted on this topic. These can be divided into two perspectives: hybrid and ethnic. Below are some of these interpretations. Hybrid view John Calvin view The phrase "all Israel" refers to all the elect to be saved. This includes Jews and Gentiles, the Church of God. The same manner of speaking we find in Galatians The Israel of God is what he calls the Church, gathered alike from Jews and Gentiles; and he sets the people, thus collected from their dispersion, in opposition to 5 8.

This conclusion presents different options for the sense of "ethnic Israel". The futuristic view This view postulates that in the latter days the nation of Israel will be subject to a probationary period, known as the great tribulation Jeremiah and Daniel This tribulation will be caused by Antichrist's persecution against Israel.

Therefore, the phrase "all Israel" refers to the Jews who are living on earth in the end time. These will be saved in the time that Jesus Christ returns. Dwight Pentecost wrote, ". God will continue choosing and saving Jews, until the second coming of Christ. Translated by Rev. Dwight Pentecost, Eventos del porvenir. Maracaibo: Editorial Libertador, , The hardening of Israel will always be only partial, for through all the succeeding centuries there will always be some who accept the Lord.

God will continue to gather His elect remnant out of the Jews during the entire new dispensation until the fulness pleroma, that is, the number of the elect of the Gentiles be come in, and so in this manner all Israel its pleroma, that is, the full number of the Israelites shall be saved. We need to clarify that "all Israel" does not mean that each and every one of the Jews will be saved.

This expression is used in the Old Testament, with several meanings. But often refers to a small group as representative of the whole. Therefore, Paul predicts that within the nation of Israel, a group of Jews will be saved. An example of this is presented in 2 Samuel Michael Vanlaningham tells us: Some scholars maintain that "Israel" in Romans denotes the Jewish people as a totality, and not the multitude of individual Jews. The main support of this view is that the saved in "all Israel" consist in both the believing remnant and the hardened remainder of Israel.

Paul is looking forward to a time when not only the remnant but those of Israel who have strayed will be saved. Dwight Pentecost postulates that during the Great Tribulation God will use different means to lead to "all Israel" to salvation. The Holy Spirit will do His work of conviction and illumination.

Divine revelations similar to Paul may occur to save the group of Jews who believe in Christ. Moreover, the preaching ministry of the , sealed of Israel Revelation 7 , and the ministry of the 2 witnesses Revelation 11 , everything will be an effort to guide the nation of Israel to belief in Christ. The Israel of God is the Church of Christ. So Jews to be saved will belong to the Church. When talking about salvation, is by divine election. God elects some to salvation and others to condemnation.

This is affirmed by Calvin when says: We say, then, that Scripture clearly proves this much, that God by his eternal and immutable counsel determined once for all those whom it was his pleasure one day to admit to salvation, and those whom, on the other hand, it was his pleasure to doom to destruction. We maintain that this counsel, as regards the elect, is founded on his free mercy, without any respect to human worth, while those whom he dooms to destruction are excluded from access to life by a just and blameless, but at the same time incomprehensible judgment.

Therefore, the Jews elected by God will be saved by Jesus Christ. The opportunity to be saved will end when Christ returns the second time to the earth.

The Reformed vision of Israel's future absolutely dismisses the popular notion that non- Christian Jews will have the opportunity to believe in Christ when they see him coming in glory. When Christ appears in glory, it will be too late for unrepentant Gentiles and Jews alike. The Divine Warrior will strike out in judgment against the rebellious nations of the earth as well as apostates in Israel. Sonderweg view In the evangelical world, salvation has always been based on faith in Christ, and that includes Jews and Gentiles.

But a new approach for the salvation of Israel has been introduced by some scholars as Krister Stendahl, John G. Gager and Pinchas Lapide. They argue that Paul attributed the salvation of Israel to faithfulness to the Torah. In verse 28 they see that salvation is through the covenant God made with Israel. It is stunning to note that Paul writes this section of Romans , without using the name of Jesus Christ.

This includes the final doxology , the only such doxology in his writings without any Christological element. This german word means "special path. Pratt, Jr. The futuristic view Salvation is related to the second coming of Christ. Reformed view The Reformed tradition has been divided in two basic perspectives. We used the article by Richard Pratt, which summarizes the Reformed view.


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