Gary Burge Quotes

Two Quotes by: Gary Burge of Wheaton College Lecturer and author.

And I think that's where we differ because I think then I would look at that and would say that any of the passages in the Old Testament strike me as post-exilic passages and I would see many of the anticipations coming the Old testament are realised in Christ. So, yeah, I think, so this my, we both have very traditional positions on it but if it were easy from where I stand then to recognise the political legitimacy of Israel but not concede the spiritual, you know erm significance of what God's doing in Israel. [32.00]
Source here on the Internet. Dated: 9th March 2012.

Evangelicals opposed to the secular nationalism of Israel are not discriminating against the Jews as a people. On the contrary, evangelical critics are expressing dissatisfaction with the behavior of a nation that ought to know better - a nation whose possession of the Scriptures ought to give it more light.
Book: by Gary Burge entitled: Whose Land? Whose Promise? What Christians Are Not Being Told about Israel and the Palestinians: p258 Published: 2003.

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