Review of Jason DeCosta’s “Were the ‘Gentiles’ of the NT Actually the Scattered Israel”

It’s been requested that I review Jason DeCosta’s view of the scriptures. His view is popularly called the Israel Only doctrine. As I watched a couple of his videos, I saw that one of the cornerstones of the doctrine is the definition of the word Gentiles. To him, the Gentile is not one of a heathen nation, but instead it is a descendant of Isaac. We will be taking on that point today. The notes mentioned in the video can be accessed below.



Apparently this is a touchier subject than I thought. Already two dislikes before the video was even processed – not that it matters anyways. It’s interesting that the subject is so polarizing.


One Reply to “Review of Jason DeCosta’s “Were the ‘Gentiles’ of the NT Actually the Scattered Israel””

  1. THANKS FOR THIS INTERACTION. I listened to Jason DeCosta and than your rebuttal, the command I did not hear from you was we do have a law in a sense.LOVE GOD AND YOUR NEIGHBOR. SO EVERY GROUP HAS A LAW, and I know I sin in this area to be brought back from. Thanks I enjoy listening to you. I live in Anchorage, Alaska and would like to find a group of people here to get together with and discuss the Preterist view. I have checked different avenues and no-one seems to know anyone here or a church group. Please let me know if you know someone. I started this study (Preterism) 2 years ago and much more makes sense to me now from reading scriptures that I had a hard time with some of the teaching I was hearing and questioned it. God lead me to this belief through Steve Greggs teachings. There are areas I would like more teaching on so I can muddle through it myself with the Lord.
    God Bless You and Your Family

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