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Dr. Burge teaches that the Land of Israel is now the whole world in the New Covenant. And, instead of belonging to ethnic Israel, it belongs to all believers. Is this what the Bible teaches?

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In Part Seven of this series refuting “Replacement/Fulfillment Theology” we respond to questions from Dr. Gary Burge, regarding whether or not God can bestow favor on unbelieving Israel. You can read the whole series here: www.roncan.net/BurgeResponse.

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Can God make a promise and then break it? Titus says no. But those who teach replacement or fulfillment theology make this claim (without actually saying so). God’s covenant with Abraham regarding the Land of Israel was ‘everlasting.’ So how can it be no longer valid?

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What does it mean when the writer of Hebrews says that the New Covenant makes the first one Obsolete. Is the Old Covenant ‘Fulfilled’ in the New… Is the Torah Obsolete? If not, what did he mean? Find out here.

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Part 5

Ron Cantor’s Response to “Fulfillment” Theology as presented By Dr. Gary Burge

Burge shifts gears. He wants to establish that the coming of Messiah was decisive, meaning that only in Him can one now enjoy God’s favor and blessing. What Burge fails to comprehend is that just breathing is a result of the grace of God. Waking up in the morning is due to God’s mercy. Every human is blessed in some way by God—outside of explicit faith in Yeshua.

God’s promise to never again flood the world is enjoyed by the most despicable heathens alive. God’s grace on the unbeliever is undeniable. And if that is true, why then, for His own reasons and purposes, can God not put his favor upon (still) unbelieving Israel? Continue Reading…

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