Archives For Dispensationalism

I receive a lot of email questions. Here is one blog readers might appreciate. Your discussion is great regarding Gal. 6:16 on pages 172-174 in your book titled: He Shall Have Dominion. I like to ask you a question about how you handle the argument put forward by dispensationalists regarding Galatians 6:16 and the term […]

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This is my final article analyzing the errors of John Hagee. Because of Hagee’s popularity, he is a symptom of the extreme theological deficiency in modern, American evangelicalism. And because of this deficiency Christians are prone to quickly write-off postmillennialism without a hearing. I have spoken at a number of conferences on Revelation or the […]

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This is the second in a series on the errors in best-selling author John Hagee, especially as they relate to his view of Israel. The question of Israel is important in eschatology, and a false view of Israel which his so widely prominent in evangelical Christianity discourages people from considering postmillennialism. Hagee declares that Christianity […]

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I have just completed a five-part series on Israel. A false view of Israel is a major stumbling block keeping evangelicals from considering the postmillennial hope. Consequently, I will continue on the theme of Israel, but from a different perspective. I would now like to engage one of the best-selling proponents of the misunderstanding of […]

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This article continues a study began in my last post. It regards Israel in the New Testament — particularly Israel in the teaching of Christ. This study should surprise dispensationalists who would never allow such teaching in their churches. Even while the New Testament speaks of Jew and Gentile uniting in one body — through […]

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This is my fifth article on Israel in Scripture. These articles are set over against populist dispensationalism. The role of Israel in Scripture is one of dispensationalism’s biggest draws, and one of its largest errors. Let us continue our study of the matter. Under the new covenant the distinction between Jew and Gentile ceases forever: […]

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As I continue an analysis of Israel in Scripture, I come now to the dispensational claim that the word “Israel” must be interpreted as literally speaking of ethnic Jews. Let us see if this so. Though Ryrie dogmatically affirms “Israel means Israel” via his literalistic hermeneutic, he does so on the basis of a principle […]

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