Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.
2 Timothy 2:15
Testimonials about DPH
I think the Dispensational Publishing House blog serves a really important niche worldwide. The types of blogs that you have posted—the series that you have published, the interviews that you have shared—are extremely valuable. It is good material, it is not fringe or conspiracy theories. People everywhere can get some good, solid material.
William Barrick, Th.D.
I am appreciative of your work and what Dispensational Publishing House is doing. We need more like it. God has given us a moment in time and a voice. I am glad to see that you are being faithful with your moment and with your voice.
Christopher Cone, Th.D., Ph.D., Ph.D.
DPH is needed to fulfill a unique literary need in the body of Christ today regarding the demand for sound dispensational literature resources. Sadly, much of the dispensational material offered today borders on the hyper-sensational. Other available resources that offer an academic tone tend to emanate from the heavily amillennial and Reformed circles. DPH tries to strike the right balance by being both academic and prophetically relevant.
Andy Woods, J.D., Ph.D.
When German blacksmith Johannes Gutenberg introduced movable type printing to Europe, he started the Printing Revolution. His printing press played a pivotal role in paving the way for the Renaissance, the Reformation, the Age of Enlightenment and much more. As a result, as Ecclesiastes 12:12 notes, “Of making many books there is no end.” But not all books are created equal. I am thrilled that God has raised up Christian publishers like Dispensational Publishing House to make the making of many books a positive experience. And whether it’s a book you read electronically or one you hold in your hand and turn real pages, it’s what a publisher prints that counts. With Dispensational Publishing you know you will always get the truth—the Biblical truth that makes you free.
Woodrow Kroll, Th.D.
That there is a need for such a center as this is clear enough. Speaking personally (as I have been throughout), I wish Dr. Randy White and Paul Scharf well. May the Lord bless and be honored by their project! Having had edifying correspondence with Scharf in the past, I am only too happy to recommend the Dispensational Publishing House. I truly hope contributors will find the freedom to explore all the big questions from within the hermeneutical and theological scope provided by that oft-maligned but comprehensive approach to Holy Scripture that we have always called “literal.”