Dispensationalism is a framework for understanding the Bible, a teaching that God has dealt with man throughout history in different administrations or "dispensations." It maintains a radical distinction between Israel and the church--that there are two peoples of God with two different destinies--and it distinguishes between the rapture and the second coming of Christ (that one precedes the other by seven years of tribulation). Taught at Dallas Theological Seminary and Moody Bible Institute among others, dispensationalism continues to provoke heated debate within the Christian world. In this best seller, Ryrie discusses covenant theology, historic premillennialism, and the three segments of dispensationalism (classic, ultra or hyper, and the popular progressive), making this complex subject more understandable for believers worldwide.
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February 01, 2007
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