On the Road to Armageddon: How Evangelicals Became Israel's Best Friend

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Baker Academic, 2004 - History - 336 pages
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Weber explores the historic relationship between evangelicals and Israel, the relationship's dispensational theological roots, and implications for the future. Not only does Weber describe history and politics, he also explores the strong religious ideas that fuel them. A must for anyone interested in American-Israeli relations.

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Great Book. Good insights in modern dispensationalism. Critical of dispensationalism yet fair and not cruel. Good history of the doctrine and traces its sources and views about modern Israel. Well documented and asks hard hitting questions. Read full review

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Weber (president, Memphis Theological Seminary) here gives an excellent overview of the growth of dispensationalism, a branch of premillennialism, and dispensational end-time predictions in America ... Read full review

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Contents
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Dispensationalism Comes to America
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The Practical Logic of Dispensationalism
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Timothy P. Weber (Ph.D., University of Chicago Divinity School) has served as president of Memphis Theological Seminary and was vice president and dean at Northern Baptist Seminary. He taught church history at Denver Seminary and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also the author of Living in the Shadow of the Second Coming: American Premillennialism, 1875-1982.

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