However, by laying out a relentlessly researched argument author J.E. Gulbrandsen invites you to consider a compelling, reliable, and rigorous exploration of why the commonly held view—based on dispensationalism—is not, in fact, biblically accurate. His teaching clearly fall in the ballpark of Partial Preterism.
In fact, the Kingdom of Christ has been already established. We see evidence of this today, and once we fully apprehend what this means for us as believers, our walk with Christ, and our work for the Kingdom, will be profoundly impacted. Instead of fearing the enemy, we can walk in confidence and power knowing that Satan is bound. This is not a future event—it is done! Jesus won over Satan on the cross; he is now “under our feet,” tied up for “a thousand years” in the Abyss. With so much discouragement and bad news barraging us from every side, of this we can be certain: things are not getting worse. As you will discover in Jesus Delayed, they are, in fact, getting better and better, and will continue to do so until Christ finally returns, as promised, for his victorious bride—the Church!
Who Jesus Is
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The overall purpose is to get the material out to all who are the least interested in “Who Jesus really was and is” and what the new testament is fact is saying about it.
Jesus is Israel
Grounded in the Word of God and the events of history, JanEgil Gulbrandsen’s latest books, Who Jesus Is and Jesus Is Israel, challenge the traditional Evangelical and dispensationalist understanding of eschatology and the person of Jesus Christ Himself. After years of personal Bible study, reflection, and prayer, Mr. Gulbrandsen realized that an objective reading of the Word of God demands an acknowledgement of Christ as Saviour and judge of Israel, and of the significance of the events in Jerusalem between 65 and 70 AD. When these events are placed in the context of Christ’s purpose and words in the Gospels and the book of Revelation, only one conclusion can be reached.
Well organized and clearly written, JanEgil Gulbrandsen’s latest work will provide many “a-ha” moments to clergy and laity alike. It is a book to be approached with an open mind and an open Bible.