Israel in the Plan of God
Between the 2 great wars of the 20th century David Baron, an English Jew converted to Christ, wrote this study of the role that Israel plays in Bible prophecy. The book is scholarly written. It selects texts from Deuteronomy, Isaiah (mainly) to focus on the fulfilled, and yet to come, history of God's nation.
The book has the obvious advantage to the modern reader of seeing for himself how accurate his evaluation and commentary of the late historical events of Israel have been. The Holocaust hadn't happened yet, though thousands of Jews were being expelled and murdered in Russia at the time. Accuarate is the best word that defines Mr. Baron's analysis.
The impression of reading this book today, after all that we know that Israel has gone through (and is still going through) is just mind-blowing (for lack of a better word in my poor English vocabulary). If you dare to look to the future, to what is yet to pass according to unfulfilled biblical prophecy, you may want to get psychologically prepared in advance.
It is not specifically a book about schatology (end-of-times), because its scope is wider, but it is a most relevant book for Christians and Jews of today, and I ask everyone to check for himself the validity of Mr. Baron's impressions.
Read Isaiah 51:6; 42:4. And Jeremiah 30:7. And Psalm 83:4
I came upon this great author after reading Arthur Katz's autobiographical book "Ben Israel", which I heartily recommend.
May God bless all those who bless Israel; for He sure will spare none of those who hate them.