This review essay critically evaluates and responds to several recent proposals on the salvation of “all Israel” in Rom 11:26. Those readings include the ecclesiastical view defended by N. T. Wright and Jason Staples, as well as the Jewish-remnant view defended by Ben Merkle, Christopher Zoccali, and Colin Kruse. By assessing these recent publications, this essay ultimately seeks to defend the conventional view—that “all Israel” refers to some totality of ethnic Jews who will be saved by faith in the Messiah following the incoming of the fullness of the Gentiles.

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