I don’t think I’ve ever done this before…. “re-blog” a “re-blog!” But, in this case, it seems warranted! Our friend, Al McCarn, The Barking Fox, re-blogged Pete Rambo’s blog, Natsab, regarding Zachary Bauer’s video, Seven Scriptural Proofs For Two House Theology… My reason for re-blogging them both is that I want to share what each of them had to say about this important topic! We need to get this down, folks! We need to get hold of this…it will help a great deal in understanding what is going on today!
So, here goes… please watch the video and read what Pete and Al have to say.
From The Barking Fox:
Last week I had the pleasure of being in a meeting with Frank Houtz, one of the most accomplished Bible scholars I have known. In that meeting, Frank noted that doctrines are often established on surprisingly few Bible passages – five or less, and some as few as two. These would be considered strong doctrinal positions even though their scriptural basis might be considered flimsy at best. Why, then, is the idea of Two Houses of Israel considered heretical and wacky?
As you will see in this post by my seminary-trained colleague Pete Rambo, there is far more scriptural evidence for the existence and prophetic significance of Israel’s Two Houses than there is for the pre-Tribulation rapture. Pete starts building his case by referring to a recent video from Zachary Bauer which in itself is a powerful presentation simply because he lets the Bible speak for itself. Watch, read, and ponder these things prayerfully.
One of the large theological stumbling blocks in Hebrew roots and Messianic circles today is a doctrinal position termed ‘Two House theology.’ It is a topic I have covered on this blog before, but recent conversation has led me to understand that we need to go over it again. I firmly believe that Scripture, and especially prophecy, cannot be rightly understood until one fully grasps and embraces the Two House position. That is not to say one cannot be saved, but I do not believe one will understand what is happening and how prophecy is being fulfilled until they fully understand and embrace Two House.
Here is an opening video that will begin our discussion. Please watch, then read on…
Zac begins with seven verses that clearly demonstrate that the idea of two houses, and the meaning of the phrase, is not only entirely Scriptural, but connected to multiple significant future prophecies and many doctrines. What Zac didn’t mention, and he should have, is that in 1 Kings 12:24 God clearly says,
“this thing is from Me.”
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