I'm reading a book by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum titled, Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology.
It is very interesting. The definition of Israelology is:
A subdivision of Systematic Theology incorporating all theological doctrines concerning the people of Israel.
Basically it takes on both dispensationalism and covenant theology to look at the significance of Israelology.
Fruchtenbaum is very much into how Israelology relates to end times.
There are some subtle theological differences between his doctrinal worldview and mine which makes it a bit more interesting in studying this new "missing link" in systematic theology.
If any of you have some spare time (like I do...NOT!), pick this up, give it a gander, and see what I'm talking about.