How Should We Understand Paul’s Statement that ‘All Israel Will Be Saved’ in Romans 11:26?

This article offers an exploration of one of the New Testament's most debated statements. This analysis delves into Paul's distinction between ethnic and spiritual Israel, examining the historical and theological contexts that shape our understanding of what 'all Israel' encompasses. It discusses the transition from a Jewish-centric view of God's promises to a more inclusive interpretation, embracing both Jews and Gentiles through faith in Christ. The article navigates the complexities of Jewish-Gentile relations in the early Church, the ongoing conversion of Jews, and the broader implications of God's faithfulness as revealed in biblical prophecy.

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