Dispensationalism

My Recommendations: Books of the Week, September 17 — Drs. Thomas & Toussaint

On September 5 Dr. Stanley D. Toussaint entered glory and the following day Dr. Robert L. Thomas went to heaven as well. Interestingly, both men were born in 1928 (Dr. Toussaint in Minnesota and Dr. Thomas in Georgia). Both also were New Testament scholars majoring on the Gospels, the Book of Revelation, dispensationalism, and eschatology. …

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My Recommendations: Book of the Week, July 16

William Watson finds philo-Semitism, premillennialism, and even pretribulationism to be more prevalent before the nineteenth century than most theologians and church historians try to make us believe. Over four years of research reveals that some Westminster Assembly divines, Anglican bishops, and renowned Puritans on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean held a premillennialist viewpoint. Watson …

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My Recommendations: Book of the Week, April 10

Have you been looking for a replacement for the magisterial Greatness of the Kingdom published years ago by Alva J. McClain? Look no farther. Dr. Michael Vlach’s He Will Reign Forever: A Biblical Theology of the Kingdom of God (Lampion Press, 2017) offers the most up-to-date treatment of the topic from a consistent dispensational viewpoint. This work goes beyond all …

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My Recommendations: Book of the Week, April 3

Elliott Johnson and I first crossed paths in 1998 on a tour of Israel with Master’s Seminary and Dallas Seminary students. We had a great time together and found that we were kindred spirits theologically, hermeneutically, and academically. When I got word that A Dispensational Biblical Theology (Allen, TX: Bold Grace Ministries, 2016) was available, I …

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