What Hath Jerusalem to Do with Jerusalem? Evangelical Politics and the Future of Israel - Russell Moore

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What Hath Jerusalem to Do with Jerusalem? Evangelical Politics and the Future of Israel

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What do your prophecy charts have to do with your election ballots? Do I have to be a dispensationalist to support Israel? Do the promises to Abraham apply to Jesus, to me, to a state in the Middle East…or to some combination thereof?

These are the questions I examine in an article, “From the House of Jacob to the Iowa Caucuses: The Future of Israel in Contemporary Evangelical Political Ethics,” in the newest issue of the Southern Baptist Journal of Theology.

The article can be accessed here, and the table of contents of the current issue, on the theme of “Church and State” can be accessed here.

The SBJT, edited by Southern Baptist theologian Stephen J. Wellum, is an excellent resource for pastors and church leaders. This issue includes articles by Richard Land, Barrett Duke, Mark Coppenger, Ken Magnuson, and Jim Hamilton, among several others. You can (and should!) subscribe here.

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About Russell Moore

Russell Moore is president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the moral and public policy agency 
of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.

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