978-0-8254-4406-7 • $21.99 Paperback • 5.5 x 8.5 • 272 pages Biblical Studies / Paul’s Letters Kregel Academic • Rights: Worldwide January 26, 2019 A comparison of three major views on the relationship between Israel and the church The relationship between Israel and the church is a long-standing debate in Christian theology, and Romans 9–11 are the most important chapters for understanding it. How one interprets these chapters determines how one under- stands biblical theology, how the New Testament uses the Old Testament, and how the old and new covenants are related. To help readers draw their own conclusion, four leading scholars on this issue present a case for their viewpoint, fol- lowed by a response and critique from the others. Michael Vlach argues for a future mass conversion and a role for ethnic Israel in the church. Fred Zaspel and Jim Hamilton present a case for a future mass conversion that does not include a role for ethnic Israel. And Benjamin Merkle contends that Romans 9–11 prom- ises neither a future mass conversion nor a role for ethnic Israel. General editor Andrew David Naselli helpfully sets the debate in its larger biblical-theological context in the introduc- tion, while Jared Compton provides a useful summary of the views and interactions at the end of the volume. Jared Compton previously served as a New Testament professor at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary, and is currently a pastor at CrossWay Community Church in Bristol, Wisconsin. Andrew David Naselli is associate professor of New Testament andtheologyatBethlehemCollegeandSeminaryinMinneapolis and an elder at Bethlehem Baptist Church. ISBN 978-0-8254-4406-7 9 7 8 0 8 2 5 4 4 4 0 6 7 Three Views on Israel and the Church Perspectives on Romans 9–11 Jared Compton and Andrew David Naselli, editors Israel, the Church, and the Middle East 978-0-8254-4577-4 • $24.99 The People, the Land, and the Future of Israel 978-0-8254-4362-6 • $20.99 • Helpful format for readers to consider all sides of a question • The editors bring both a strong scholarly and pastoral perspective to the dialogue • Covers one of the most debated passages in the whole Bible BIBLICAL STUDIES | 12 | www.kregel.com VIEWPOINTS RELATED TITLES UNIQUE SELLING POINTS