57 min

The Skewed Lens of Supersessionism Thinking Biblically with Alan Gilman

    • Religion & Spirituality

This is the first of two sessions Alan Gilman recently presented as part of the Canadian National House of Prayer's course, "Why Pray for Israel." In this session Alan provides an overview of the historically dominant interpretive approach known as Supersessionism, also called Replacement or Fulfilment Theology. He explores how this way of looking at Scripture obscures God's heart for Israel, thus undermining how to pray for the Jewish people.Video version: https://youtu.be/3fPg1VH7OzMThe National House of Prayer: https://www.nhop.ca/---Support this podcast: https://alangilman.ca/support/Questions/comments: comments@thinkingbiblically.orgTwitter: @alangilman

This is the first of two sessions Alan Gilman recently presented as part of the Canadian National House of Prayer's course, "Why Pray for Israel." In this session Alan provides an overview of the historically dominant interpretive approach known as Supersessionism, also called Replacement or Fulfilment Theology. He explores how this way of looking at Scripture obscures God's heart for Israel, thus undermining how to pray for the Jewish people.Video version: https://youtu.be/3fPg1VH7OzMThe National House of Prayer: https://www.nhop.ca/---Support this podcast: https://alangilman.ca/support/Questions/comments: comments@thinkingbiblically.orgTwitter: @alangilman

57 min

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