Synagogue of Satan? The Theological Significance of the Destruction of the Jerusalem Temple in AD 70, Part 1

Destruction of the Jerusalem Temple by Francesco Hayez By Prof. Andrew Fraser Introduction Trudy Pert suggests that the crisis of modern Christianity deepened when mid-nineteenth century Protestant theologians embraced the higher criticism.  Especially in Germany, the traditional devotional approach to the Bible was replaced by the “objective” techniques of historical and literary criticism.  As a consequence, educated Christians […]

The Apostle Paul and the Introspective Conscience of the West

Krister Stendahl’s essay launched the academic movement called the New Perspective on Paul.  The New Perspective has been a watershed in the move from an individualistic interpretation of Paul to one grounded in his own Jewishness.  This movement is an invaluable tool in getting beyond the Protestant slant on Paul dominant over the last several […]

The Old Covenant: Revoked or Not Revoked?: “Jews and Christians: A Journey of Faith”

by Robert A Sungenis, Ph.D. More and more Catholics, Protestants and Jews are seeking to overturn 2000 years of Christian teaching concerning the Old Covenant. Although the Church has always taught that the Old Covenant is revoked, what we are now being told by theologians, clerics and lay persons in high places is that it […]

An Alternative Theology of the Holy Land: A Critique of Christian Zionism

By Stephen R. Sizer There are two essential questions which this article will seek to address: one political and one theological. They are multifaceted and interwoven. The political question is this: How should Christians view the situation in Israel/Palestine today, where two peoples claim the same territory? How should they regard the State of Israel? […]

Stephen Sizer Sizes Up Christian Zionism

Stephen Sizer of the UK is one of the foremost writers on Christian Zionism.  Here is an excerpt from his book Christian Zionism: Road-Map to Armageddon. FOREWORD Evangelical Christians are sometimes accused of not being sufficiently interested in politics and not contributing to the great debates about social welfare in our world today. ‘Too heavenly […]


By M.K. Styllinski “To learn who rules over you simply find out who you are not allowed to criticise.” – Voltaire We have explored the influences of Dominionism and Authoritarianism in the United States, and there was also a brief look at  the powerful Jewish sect ofChabad Lubavitch presently embedded in Europe, the US government and part of […]