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The Israel of God in Prophecy: Principles of Prophetic Interpretation
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The Israel of God in Prophecy: Principles of Prophetic Interpretation

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Andrews University Press 1983

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Overview

In The Israel of God in Prophecy, LaRondelle allows the Bible to act as its own expositor by pointing to the New Testament as the basis for prophetic interpretation. Attention is given to the Old Testament prophecies concerning Israel and how the New Testament prophecies do not support the dispensationalist view.

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Key Features

  • Discusses the interrelation of Old and New Testament prophecies
  • Examines different interpretation methods and their uses
  • Presents an SDA look at prophetic interpretation

Contents

  • The Christocentric Focus of All Holy Scripture
  • The Key to the Old Testament: Literalism or the New Testament?
  • The Literal and Allegorical Interpretations
  • The Typological Interpretation
  • The Christological Interpretation
  • The Theological Significance and Mission of Israel’s Remnant
  • The Ecclesiological Interpretation of Israel’s Remnant
  • The Church and Israel in Romans 9–11
  • Israel’s Territorial Promise in New Testament Perspective
  • Problematic Texts
  • God’s Ultimatum to Israel: The Seventy Weeks of Daniel
  • The Predicted Tribulation and Hope for the Church

Praise for the Print Edition

This is the best counterargument on dispensationalism I have come across. It is a convincing argument both against the dispensationalist position and especially against hermeneutic. But it is more than that. It is an important contribution to the hermeneutic of eschatological material in Scripture, from which all eschatological traditions can benefit greatly. It presents a well-written, clearly formulated, and well-documented argument.

—Adrio König, emeritus professor of systematic theology, University of South Africa, Pretoria

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About Hans K. LaRondelle

Hans K. LaRondelle (1929–2011) was professor of theology at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Born and educated in Holland, he attended Utrecht State University and then completed a ThD in systematic theology at the Reformed Free University in Amsterdam.