How did Paul see "all Israel" being saved?
The Inversion of Virtue
Making Sense of Israel's History
Love Your Neighbor as Yourself
The book of Isaiah is in many ways a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. In it, we find a seemingly bipolar God concerning His chosen but about-to-be-exiled Israel. One moment He chastises their behavior while the next He promises future redemption and blessing. And in it, we find the enigma of His servant – sometimes His beloved Israel, and sometimes…well, someone else, unnamed.
Make Straight the Way of the LORD
America is Not Greek
A Defense of the Character of God