A Dispensational Synopsis of the New Testament

A Dispensational Synopsis of the New Testament


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From the Foreword-

The idea of a dispensational synopsis which highlights key dispensational features in each New Testament book is most worthy indeed. Those new to rightly dividing the Word will find great help in this study of integrating right division principles throughout the Scriptures. More seasoned students will not only be confirmed in their dispensational approach to the Word, but will undoubtedly discover fresh insights into familiar as well as not-so-familiar passages.

As a resource in the teaching ministry of the local church, A Dispensational Synopsis is a blessing. Sunday School teachers especially will find it remarkably helpful in familiarizing themselves with dispensational distinctives. However, this book makes a wonderful contribution to the understanding of anyone in the church who desires to know the Bible better. It has my highest recommendation.

Timothy F. Conklin Autumn, 1989

9 in stock (can be backordered)


Charles F. Baker was a respected student of the Scriptures and wrote many books from a mid-Acts perspective. Born of English immigrant parents in Dallas, Texas, in 1905, he attended Scofield Memorial Church, founded by C.I. Scofield, editor of the Scofield Reference Bible. Baker’s pastor was Lewis Sperry Chafer, who also founded the Evangelical Theological College, which later became Dallas Theological Seminary. Here Baker attended, a highly motivated student, again sitting under Chafer’s ministry. Graduating, Baker entered Wheaton College, accompanied by a letter from DTS registrar Rollin Chafer to Wheaton College registrar Enoch Dyrness. It stated: “Charlie is one of the best students we have ever had in the college and it gives me great pleasure to commend him to your faculty. Not one has his class work been of the highest grade, but he is one of the most spiritual men we have in the institution.” After successful studies at Wheaton Baker moved in 1932 to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he ministered for 23 years as pastor of Fundamental Bible Church. He also assisted J.C. O’Hair, pastor of North Shore Church on Wilson Street, Chicago, as chief engineer for broadcasting at station WPCC (We Preach Christ Crucified). In 1939 Baker founded Milwaukee Bible College; and in 1961 moved the school to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where it was called Grace Bible College. Retiring in 1967 he was named President Emeritus and Distinguished Professor of Theology.

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