There is No Biblical Prophesy Here, Just the Right Thing to Do

Moving the embassy to Jerusalem is not about fulfilling a prophecy​​. It's the right thing to do.

I am not in the evangelical camp that thinks Israel still has a special role to play in the Bible. The Israelites of…

Now, this is not some line of faith or matter of doctrine. There are plenty of Christians who believe Israel has some special role to play still in Biblical, theological terms. I'm just not one of them. This is not like gay marriage or the trinity where there is two thousand years of consistent doctrine setting the parameters by which one might be legitimately considered a heretic for embrace of one and rejection of the other. This is a matter of Biblical interpretation that does not affect one's salvation.

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