In this blog, I would like to explore where we should go once we have rejected dispensationalism. In other words, there is a better way of looking at the things we talked about last time.
It is not easy to leave one paradigm for another, so I want to provide some guidelines, some places to start, for those who are thinking outside of their dispensational box for the first time. In further blogs, I will outline how to rebuild those points which this blog encourages to be rethought.
In this article, I will show that the dispensationalist view of the restoration of ethnic/national Israel (point 5) is also in error.
In my last blog, I outlined why a dispensational hermeneutic is in error. In this article, I will show that the dispensationalist view of Israel and the church (point 2-3, 6) as two separate peoples of God is also in error. As stated before I will be using Christ’s Prophetic Plans as my primary, but … Continue reading Why I am NOT a Dispensationalist, part 3
In my last blog, I left you hanging. I stated, quite boldly, that I am not a dispensationalist but did not give any reasons as to why. This blog and the next 3 or 4 will outline those reasons. As a covenant theologian and non-dispensationalist, there are a few beliefs that I do not hold … Continue reading Why I Am NOT a Dispensationalist, Part 2
To properly understand where we are in v. 26, we need to understand where Paul has brought us in ch. 11. Kim Riddlebarger offers us a nice contextual summary, Paul’s hope for the future conversion of Israel is connected to the fact that the root – Abraham and the patriarchs – remains holy, not because … Continue reading Romans 11:26 – What does Paul mean that “ALL Israel will be saved”?