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Let us move on in our study of Paul’s anti-dispensational polemic. Actually, let us back-up. In my last blog I worked my way through Ephesians 2:19. I will now return to Ephesians 2:11–12 to demonstrate the unthinkable: Paul applies to the new covenant church the old covenant promises given to Israel. This single theological truth […]

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In this article I will show that God has merged Jew and Gentile into one body — finally and forever. This one point all by itself destroys the whole dispensational scheme. After all it contradicts one of its two foundation stones: the distinction between Israel and the church. (The other fundamental is the “literal” interpretation […]

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The new covenant poses a serious problem for dispensationalism, but fits perfectly in the postmillennial system. Note the following observations to this end. First, please note that Jesus and Paul both apply the new covenant to the Church. The Lord’s Supper is the sacrament of the new covenant that Christians take on a regular basis. […]

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