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The Temple and Bible Prophecy: A Definitive Look at Its Past, Present, and Future [Hardcover]

By Randall Price (Author)
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Pages   768
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.1" Width: 6.32" Height: 2.03"
Weight:   2.48 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Jul 1, 2005
Publisher   Harvest House Publishers
ISBN  0736913874  
EAN  9780736913874  

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SUBTITLE: A Definitive Look at Its Past, Present, and Future

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Randall Price (Th.M. Old Testament and Semitic Languages, and Ph.D. Middle Eastern Studies) has lived in Jerusalem and done graduate studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. As president of World of the Bible Ministries, he lectures worldwide on Bible prophecy and directs tours in the Bible lands. He is the author of Unholy War, Fast Facts on the Middle East Conflict, and Secrets of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Randall Price currently resides in the state of Texas. Randall Price was born in 1951.

Randall Price has published or released items in the following series...
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The Temple Confusion  Oct 19, 2006
Randall Price, the author of this book, made some major errors in his book. I'll get straight to it:

1. He claims that because some of the apostles prayed in the temple at a traditional prayer time, that that meant there was no problem observing the usual sabbaths and animal sacrifice rituals. That's bad logic:

a) Paul taught to try and be relatable to people in order to persuade them to believe the gospel.

b) Surely they were making themselves available to the unbelieving Jews, who when seeing them pray at the traditional hour near to them, and knowing their reputation might ask as to why they converted. I would do it.

c) The apostles prayed "continuously" as is commanded in Scripture, maybe not with their physical bodies, but I think all of us know they didn't pray at only a certain hour of the day.

2. Jesus said he fulfilled the Law, meaning that sacrificing and sabbath observing (except the Sunday one as is noted in Scripture) no longer need to be observed.

3. Paul rebuked the Galatians for observing such fulfilled rituals, see Galatians 3:2-10 and 4:8-11 and that includes circumcision.

4. Why would praying at a TRADITIONAL hour for prayer as this book teaches the apostles did, also mean that they obeyed the real laws (which Christ did away with?) The comparison is evidently false: The Pharisees obeyed various traditions and yet did not obey God's true laws or obey them out of love. So merely adhering to some tradition doesn't mean you actual laws God made. Second, it makes no sense: Praying at the 9th hour was not a requirement by God, so to say if they obeyed this law then they must be obeying actual laws like sacrificing sheep makes no sense. If they were obeying say circumcision and sacrificing sheep, then you could SPECULATE that make they also obeyed other laws (that Christ did away with) but even then merely obeying certain laws doesn't mean you obey all of them.

5. Randall took Ezekiel's temple prophecies out of context, read to the end of Ezekiel and you'll see why.

6. He ignored other prophecies which if you tried to fit into his Tim Lahaye-like scheme look absurd and contradict other prophecies.

7. He claimed the OT saints (mainly the Jews and under a million Gentiles probably) would be resurrected before the 1000 year reign, yet there is no such Scripture which teaches that.

8. Randall seems to be attempting to force the prophecy to come true, which is understandable since I too have had that compulsion in my desire for Christ to come back, but clearly God will have it come true in such a way so that it doesn't look artificial to non-believers. For example, imagine if you said to an atheist, "Well were gonna build this temple because God said it would be recreated". You might as well have said: "Were gonna make this prophecy come true." And even if you build the temple against very hard odds, do you think the atheist would be impressed at all that you succeeded by straining to fulfill a prophecy?

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