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The Future of Israel
According to the Prophets

In Christian theology, eschatology is the study of "last things." Christians believe that Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah will return, a doctrine called the second advent. However, there is much disagreement about what this advent will mean for Israel.

I firmly believe the latter view, and this Web site is dedicated to presenting and defending the four-point summary, "Israel in Prophecy" on the home page. To this end, I present here a number of articles or sections of books written by Christian scholars who represent and defend this view of the prophetic Scriptures.

Author

Title

Nature of Our Reprint

About the Author

Alexander McCaul

"The Future Glories of Jerusalem"

Sermon 7 from the book, Plain Sermons On Subjects Practical and Prophetic (1840)

Alexander McCaul (1799-1863) was a Hebrew and Rabbinic scholar of the highest order. Although not Jewish himself, he had a great love for the Jewish people. See also Dr. McCaul's book, The Messiahship of Jesus.

J. C. Ryle

"Israel to Be Regather (Jeremiah 31:10)"

Sermon 5 from the book, Coming Events and Present Duties: Being Miscellaneous Sermons on Prophetical Subjects (1867)

J. C. Ryle (1816-1900), educated at Eton and Oxford, was the first Anglican bishop of Liverpool. Thoroughly evangelical in his doctrine and uncompromising in his principles, Ryle was a prolific writer, vigorous preacher, and faithful pastor. Spurgeon considered him "the best man in the Church of England." Before the Jewish Zionist movement began with Theodor Herzl in 1897, Ryle strongly defended the view that Israel would be restored to the land in fulfillment of God's promises in the Tanakh.

David Baron

Israel's Inalienable Possessions

Complete Book (1906)

David Baron (1857-1926) was born in Russia to Jewish parents. After studying Hebrew and Talmud in Yeshiva, he immigrated to Hull, England, where he accepted Yeshua (Jesus) as HaMashiach Yisrael. After working with several missions to the Jews, he and C. A. Schönberger in 1893 founded the Hebrew Christian Testimony to Israel, a Jewish missionary organization in London.


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