On Thursday, a major step was made towards reinstating the Temple service when five perfectly red heifers landed at Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv. The heifers were certified and are under the supervision of the Temple Institute but were provided by Boneh Israel, an organization that connects Christian lovers of Israel to the Holy Land.

The ashes of the red heifer are unquestionably a critical part of the Temple service in Jerusalem, and so Jews hoping to rebuild the Temple are exhilarated over the arrival of these animals in Israel. The implications for Judaism are huge, signaling a return to observing commandments that have been impossible to keep since the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE.

Then he (Antichrist) shall confirm a covenant (Peace treaty) with many for one week (Hebrew-7 years); But in the middle of the week (3.5 years) He shall bring an end to (animal) sacrifice and offering.” Daniel 9:27

But this development may be theologically challenging for many Christians who believe that Jesus made animal sacrifices obsolete. Israel365 News turned to three Christian thought-leaders to weigh in on how they view the return of the Biblical Red Heifers.

As the founder of Boneh Israel, Byron Stinson was instrumental in procuring the Red Heifers. Stinson felt that he needed to help Israel on its prophetic mission to find a Red Heifer and reinstate the Temple service in Jerusalem.

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