History of Dispensationalism

Later Epochs in Dispensational Thought

(Read Part 1) Modified/Essentialist or “Traditional” Dispensationalism: 1965—1982 The publication of Dispensationalism Today by Charles C. Ryrie (Moody Press, 1965) marked the beginning of another stage of dispensational refinement. Walvoord, Pentecost, Clarence Mason, Alva J. McClain, among others, also contributed.[1] Ryrie laid down a three-fold sine qua non, or three irreducible minimum essentials of dispensational theology—the fundamental theological and historical distinction between Israel and the church, the consistent use of literal or normal interpretation of Scripture and the glory of God as [...]

By |2018-01-09T18:15:38-06:00February 9th, 2016|Categories: Church History, Dispensational Theology|Tags: , |1 Comment

Early Epochs in Dispensational Thought

In early 1992, I was invited by Dr. Ernest Pickering, pastor of Fourth Baptist Church and president of Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Minneapolis, to participate in the annual Founders Conference in the seminary. He expressed an opinion that we needed “a clear call on the subject of dispensationalism.” I was honored to be asked and was delighted to go. I suppose there is never a time when we do not need to refresh ourselves on doctrinal truth, especially the distinctives of dispensationalism. [...]

By |2018-01-09T18:12:38-06:00February 2nd, 2016|Categories: Church History, Dispensational Theology|Tags: , |0 Comments


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