Christianity has roots that are deeply entwined with the nation of Israel. Today’s Christian needs to be aware of God’s plan for that great nation of people, both historically and prophetically. Paul meets this need in Romans, chapters nine through eleven, by focusing four questions: “Has the apostle Paul no concern for Israel?” “Why has Israel as a nation been rejected by God and set aside and Gentiles called?” “Is the rejection of Israel complete?” “Is the rejection of Israel final?”
In this outstanding work, Mr. Gingrich provides the reader with a clear commentary on Paul’s answers to the questions concerning the nation of Israel during the Church Age. Mr. Gingrich’s years of study and dedication to God’s service is evident throughout this book. It will be an asset to the scholar and the layman alike.