Take a theological tour of Israel! A stronger grasp of biblical principles will open a new understanding of the Bible, theology, missions, God’s purposes in history, and a more profound comprehension of the relationship between Israel and the Church. This study will result in a firm commitment to the faithfulness of God (not only to Israel, but also to each believer), a broader view of current events, and a burden for the salvation of Israel and the nations.
• The Abrahamic Covenant and the Election of Israel
• The Promised Land and the Covenant in Moab
• The Promised Seed and the Covenant in Jerusalem
• The Promised Blessing and the New Covenant
• The Blindness of Israel
• The Remnant of Israel
• The Relationship of Israel to the Church
• The Priority of Israel in Gospel Proclamation
• The Restoration of Israel
Dr. Jim Sibley served Southern Baptists in Jewish ministry for more than 30 years, including almost 16 as a missionary in Israel, planting congregations in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. He is Research Professor of Biblical Studies at Israel College of the Bible and he and his wife, Kathy, recently completed a two-year assignment in Israel. Having received so much by growing up at First Baptist Dallas, Jim has had the opportunity to give back—by teaching young adults in the past and now in Discipleship U. With degrees from Baylor University, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Southwestern Seminary, Jim is passionate about helping others gain a deeper understanding of Scripture and the crucial role God has for Israel.