When we get prophecy wrong, more than theological error is involved. It can lead to justifying the slaughter of innocents, some of whom are Christian brothers and sisters.
In “A Biblical Response to Christian Zionism,” Hank Hanegraaff addresses the very real consequences of biblical interpretation run amok. Does the promise to Abraham — “To your descendants, I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the Euphrates” (Gen. 15:18) — provide a rationale for ethnic cleansing? Does the Bible mandate Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the Jewish people? Is there truly a need to rebuild a temple and inflame the fires of Armageddon in the twenty-first century?
Learn what’s at stake when the interpretation of prophecy is distorted through the historically recent yet widely embraced lens of dispensationalism.