I realize this is largely a waste of time for many people. Talking about the history of the state of Israel with Zionist Dispensationalists is as useful as talking about the history of the Bible with King James Onlyists...In short, no meaningful discussion will take place over the primary issues because one side is simply incapable of putting emotions, tradition, and knee-jerk reactions aside.
Jamin Hubner: Towering intellectual
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Charles Lee Feinberg: Hayseed Bible-thumper
Charles Feinberg was born in Pittsburgh to orthodox Jewish parents. At age 17 he went to the University of Pittsburgh, which he completed in three years with a major in history and a quadruple minor in English, French, German, and Psychology.
Still a high achiever, in his three years at Dallas he ran through three degrees in theology, a bachelors, a masters, and a doctorate. More precisely, he earned a ThB and a ThM, but also completed all the course work for a ThD. The school agreed to give him the doctorate if he wrote the dissertation and spent one more year in residence (summa cum laude, May 1935). Writing the dissertation was no problem, and he spent part of the remaining year teaching church history.
In 1935 Feinberg began teaching Hebrew in the seminary of the Evangelical Theological College until 1945. During his decade of teaching he earned an MA in history from Southern Methodist University in 1943, and a PhD in Semitic Languages from Johns Hopkins in 1945, under William F. Albright.