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NEW! Jesus v. Jerusalem by Joel McDurmon

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"A Commentary on Luke 9:51-20:26, Jesus' Lawsuit Against Israel"

McDurmon covers the last days according to Jesus in a powerful way, letting Scripture interpret Scripture. While there are many commentaries on Luke and on the Gospels, this new book is the first of its kind. Not only is it a verse-by-verse commentary on Jesus' teachings and parables during his final and critical journey to Jerusalem, but McDurmon focuses on Jesus' first-century prophetic context and audiences. The result is an eye-opening new understanding of Jesus' parables and sayings as a consistent prophecy: judgement was coming upon Jerusalem, and only the faithful remnant would be saved. READ MORE >>

From the Foreword by Gary DeMar:

Joel McDurmonʼs work is original. He goes where few commentators have gone before. As he shows in page after page of tightly argued points, there is a unity to the prophetic message of the gospels and the rest of the New Testament. Itʼs about new wine in new wine skins. Everything about the old covenant was planned obsolescence. . . . The destruction of Jerusalem and the dismantling of the templeʼs stones were a foregone conclusion because Jesus had always been the reality over the shadow (John 2:19). READ MORE >>

Joel McDurmonʼs work is original. He goes where few commentators have gone before. As he shows in page after page of tightly argued points, there is a unity to the prophetic message of the gospels and the rest of the New Testament. Itʼs about new wine in new wine skins. Everything about the old covenant was planned obsolescence. Jesus was always in view, from the first promise of a savior in Genesis 3:15 to the revelation that “the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy” in Revelation 19:10. So much of modern-day prophecy commentary is an attempt to rebuild what was never meant to be rebuilt. The parables, as Joel makes abundantly clear, serve to show that the breaking down of the dividing wall was on the horizon for them and the world with the result that there would be “one new man” in Christ (Eph. 2:11–22). The destruction of Jerusalem and the dismantling of the templeʼs stones were a foregone conclusion because Jesus had always been the reality over the shadow (John 2:19). - Gary DeMar

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