For several decades, the face of Christian Zionism in Jerusalem was not the International Christian Embassy or John Hagee’s Christians United for Israel but a French/Israeli Professor of Philosophy at the Hebrew University—the Dominican priest, Fr. Marcel-Jacques Dubois. In this paper, Dubois’ once influential form of Christian Zionism is discussed. While few today outside of Israel and Rome are familiar with his brand of non-premillenial dispensationalist Christian Zionism, I will lay out the persuasive relevance and challenge of his work for those making claims on Jerusalem today.
"The Battle for Jerusalem: Marcel Dubois' Challenge to Roman Catholics, Israeli Jews, and Christian Zionists,"
International Dialogue: Vol. 5, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/id-journal/vol5/iss1/3