Making Sense of God’s Plan for Humanity

Making Sense of God’s Plan for Humanity


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Dispensationalism has been hailed as the secret to unlocking the meaning of God’s Word . . . and condemned as heresy. And yet, in spite of strong feelings on both sides, there is one thing champions and critics alike often share in common—they don’t fully comprehend what dispensationalism is all about. Dr. Doug Bozung has set out to solve that problem! —from the Foreword by Dr. Charles Dyer

If you have an interest in dispensationalism but don’t really have a grasp of what it is or how it works, this is the book for you. If you want to teach others what dispensationalism is and need a guide, this book is for you. If you are interested in building a foundation for the interpretation of the Bible, get this book! Written from a classic dispensational approach, this book will help you understand dispensationalism from start to finish.

Suitable to give to almost anyone
but it is filled with profound insights
into the meaning of the text of Scripture.
Making Sense of God’s Plan for Humanity

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Trying to Make Sense of It All

Chapter 1: Life in Paradise: The Dispensation of Innocence (Gen. 1–3)

Chapter 2: Doing Things My Way: The Dispensation of Conscience (Gen. 4–8)

Chapter 3: Organizing Chaos: The Dispensation of Government (Gen. 9–11)

Chapter 4: Looking for a Few . . . Faithful Men: The Dispensation of Promise (Gen. 12–Ex. 18)

Chapter 5: Can We Follow Instructions?: The Dispensation of Law (Ex. 19–Acts 1)

Chapter 6: Everything is on the House: The Dispensation of Grace (Acts 2–Rev. 19)

Chapter 7: Life in Near-Paradise: The Dispensation of Kingdom (Rev. 20)

Chapter 8: Wait a Minute!: Objections to Dispensationalism

Chapter 9: So What?: The Benefits of Dispensationalism

Appendix 1: A Case for Pretribulationalism

Appendix 2: Progressive Dispensationalism

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Weight .8 lbs
About the Author

Dr. Douglas C. Bozung is currently the teaching pastor at Christian Fellowship Church in New Holland, Pa., and an adjunct professor at Lancaster Bible College. He and his wife, Alicia, have been married since 1982, and have two married children.


Paperback, 144 pages


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