Don’t be so sure that you know what Dispensationalism believes. In this lecture, Dr. Mike Stallard debunks commonplace misrepresentations.
Many who misrepresent dispensationalism have never read any primary dispensational literature. The following discussion dispels the most common, recurring misrepresentations out there.
Today is the launch of the new magazine – Biblical Prophecy Magazine. This has been in the works for almost a year. For those who value substantive, sound, and sober Bible prophecy articles, this magazine is for you. This debut issue of the magazine is being shipped next week to everyone who signed up before […]
Dr. Joseph Parle author of Dispensational Development and Departure, beginning at timestamp 10:03, makes the excellent observation why covenant theology is averse to viewing a future physical, millennial kingdom. I’ll quote some of what he says on this point: [There] is a tendency to see this kind of more how the covenant theologians do, more […]
This is a helpful discussion among three noted traditional dispensationalists about the history of dispensationalism. While it is not about pretribulationism per se, at 9:45, one of the participants claimed that Paul believed in an any moment rapture (i.e. imminence) when he included himself (“we”) in the rapture in 1 Thess 4:15–17. “For we tell […]
Following the success of last year’s virtual Messiah in the Passover presentation, we are taking Passover to the next level this year. Take a seat at the table with Mitch and Zhava Glaser as you join with them and others at a family Passover Seder! Follow along with us as Dr. Mitch Glaser leads us […]
While the following discussion is not about nations in the millennium, you will see that it directly speaks to this. When Christ returns, God will continue his ordained-entity of nations. The amillennial notion of a nationless post-return of Jesus is unbiblical. You will find this biblical theological discussion between Jon Harris and Thomas Achord on […]
A Review of 40 Questions about Biblical Theology by Jason S. DeRouchie, Oren R. Martin, and Andrew David Naselli, Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2020, 400 pages, paperback. See the entire review here.
Has the church replaced Israel? In this week’s episode of Our Hope Podcast, Dr. Darrell Bock from Dallas Theological Seminary joins us for a conversation all about the controversial topic of replacement theology—what it is called, how it is understood, and why it matters. Our Hope Podcast: https://ourhopepodcast.com/
Sinai to Zion: The Untold Story of the Triumphant Return of Jesus by Joel Richardson Get it on Kindle or hardcover. Sinai to Zion is an exciting study of how the Bible uses the Exodus story as the basis for its vision concerning the glorious and triumphant return of Jesus the Messiah. For the […]
I finally received my library bound copies of my PhD dissertation this week. For several circumstances I was not able to travel to Canada this past year to pick them up, so I had them shipped to me. It feels good to hold a copy in my hand. Title: “The Millennial Binding of Satan: A […]