"About the Book A bestselling author and native Israeli helps readers recognize the distinct contemporary and future roles of both the Jewish people and the church, and how together they reveal the character of God and His perfect plan of salvation. Book Synopsis ""Amir Tsarfati tells the prophetic story of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation and in the process helps his readers to comprehend God's unique purpose and plan for both Israel and the Church. His refutation of Replacement Theology is profound and yet easy to understand. This book answers a lot of questions many prophetic writers are afraid to ask."" --Dr. David Jeremiah As the day of the Lord rapidly draws near, we must appreciate God's plans for all His people To truly grasp Bible prophecy, we must first understand how God's promises to Israel complement His vision for the church. While some believe God has forsaken Israel for the church, this goes against the nature of the faithful Lord we find in Scripture. In his latest book, native Israeli and bestselling author Amir Tsarfati makes clear what the Bible says about God's unique master plans for His two chosen groups, Israel and the church. Amir gets to the heart of key questions, such as... Do the promises God made to the Old Testament nation of Israel still apply to the Jewish people today? Has God replaced rebellious Israel with the church? Now that the church exists, does Israel possess a distinct role in the present age? How are current events in Israel relevant to the church? What should the church's attitude be toward Israel?Israel and the Church provides a fascinating look at all that God has prepared for His two peoples--and why it's so relevant to us today! About the Author Amir Tsarfati is a native Israeli and former major in the Israeli Defense Forces. He is the founder and president of Behold Israel--a nonprofit ministry that provides Bible teaching through tours, conferences, and social media. It also offers unique access to news and information about Israel from a biblical and prophetic standpoint. Amir is married and has four children, and resides in northern Israel."