by Gateway Center for Israel

How should the Church understand its identity in view of God's promises to Israel and the Jewish people? This paper will define what is called 'replacement theology' and argue that Israel remains a distinct entity that is not superseded by the Church.

by Got Questions

British Israelism, also known as Anglo-Israelism, is the belief that the 'lost ten tribes' of Israel migrated to Europe and then to England and became the primary ancestors of the British people and, thereby, the United States.

by One for Israel

Romans 11 teaches that Gentiles can be included and grafted in equally, alongside Israel. Ephesians shows how the Gentile believer is welcomed into a new home, one they have never been to before, but they are now warmly invited in as family.

by Howard Green

Replacement theology is the teaching that the church has replaced Israel in God’s plan. Certain Bible prophesies and promises clearly pertaining to Israel are re-routed and transferred to the church. Oftentimes, the promises meant for Israel get spiritualized and explained away as pertaining to the church now.


Yeshua (Jesus) was born a Jew, He lived a Jew, He died a Jew, and He was resurrected a Jew. He is alive and Jewish now, and forevermore the same.

by Dr. David R. Reagan

The historical abuse of the Jews by the Church

by S. Michael Houdmann

Replacement theology (also known as supersessionism) essentially teaches that the church has replaced Israel in God’s plan. Adherents of replacement theology believe the Jews are no longer God’s chosen people, and God does not have specific future plans for the nation of Israel.

by Clarence H. Wagner, Jr 
May 9, 2002

Perhaps you have heard of the term Replacement Theology. However, if you look it up in a dictionary of Church history, you will not find it listed as a systematic study. Rather, it is a doctrinal teaching that originated in the early Church. It became the fertile soil from which Christian anti-Semitism grew and has infected the Church for nearly 1,900 years.

by Wildolive

Church History - the origins of Anti-Semitism - the Crusades and the Crusaders - the Spanish Inquisition - the Pogroms in Russia - the Holocaust.