Progressive Dispensationalism / Edition 1

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Overview

The first book of its kind, Progressive Dispensationalism presents a comprehensive and collaborative look at the arguments against, and the errors within, the progressive dispensationalist movement. The authors begin with a history of dispensationalism and then provide detailed examinations of sixteen key issues, including the hermeneutics of progressive dispensationalism; the relationship between covenants and dispensations; the Abrahamic, Land, Davidic, and New Covenants; cessationism; and the dangers of progressive dispensationalism to premillennial theology. Written by pastors, professors, and Ph.D.s from across the country, Progressive Dispensationalism will serve as a valuable resource for Bible students, scholars, and theologians navigating these complex issues.
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Editorial Reviews

Voice
Extensive discussion of the major covenants and their relation to Israel, and the disconnect between that and the Church is included. It addresses key passages such as Daniel 9 and Acts 3, as well as the rlationship of PD to Cessationism, the Rapture, and the Future Millenium. Without fail, every chapter deals with Hermeneutics and how PD abandons the normative approach for more erudition.... I wish this book could be read and devoured by all who defend the traditional dispensationalism; it would be well worth their time.
— Ken Hornok, Pastor, Midvalley Bible Church, Salt Lake City, UT
Conservative Theological Journal
This book answers the PD position from every angle. It is thorough, scholarly but understandable. In my opinion no one can read this volume and come away still an advocate of PD. Anyone confused or simply wanting solid answers, needs this book. It would also be a great text to give away to friends or pastors who are confused.
— Mal Couch, Tyndale Seminary
The Baptist Bulletin
Every chapter ends with a considerable number of endnotes. An index is also included.... Finding a lower price [for the book] is always worth a try, and particularly for pastors this book's content is worth the extra effort.
Voice - Ken Hornok
Extensive discussion of the major covenants and their relation to Israel, and the disconnect between that and the Church is included. It addresses key passages such as Daniel 9 and Acts 3, as well as the rlationship of PD to Cessationism, the Rapture, and the Future Millenium. Without fail, every chapter deals with Hermeneutics and how PD abandons the normative approach for more erudition.... I wish this book could be read and devoured by all who defend the traditional dispensationalism; it would be well worth their time.
Conservative Theological Journal - Mal Couch
This book answers the PD position from every angle. It is thorough, scholarly but understandable. In my opinion no one can read this volume and come away still an advocate of PD. Anyone confused or simply wanting solid answers, needs this book. It would also be a great text to give away to friends or pastors who are confused.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761832980
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 1/28/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 426
  • Product dimensions: 6.98 (w) x 8.86 (h) x 1.26 (d)

Meet the Author

Ron J. Bigalke Jr. (M.Apol., M.T.S., Ph.D.) is the Director of Eternal Ministries. He has taught for Moody Bible Institute and is an Associate Professor of Bible and Theology for Tyndale Theological Seminary.
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Table of Contents

Introduction : history of dispensationalism
Ch. 1 The hermeneutics of progressive dispensationalism 1
Ch. 2 The relationship between covenants and dispensations 17
Ch. 3 The Abrahamic covenant 39
Ch. 4 The land covenant 85
Ch. 5 The Davidic covenant 99
Ch. 6 The new covenant 135
Ch. 7 The kingdoms in dispensationalism 145
Ch. 8 Development or departure? 157
Ch. 9 Contingency of the Davidic reign 179
Ch. 10 The church dispensation and the "times of refreshing" 205
Ch. 11 Prophetic postponement in Daniel 9:24-27 215
Ch. 12 Progressive dispensationalism and cessationism 257
Ch. 13 Does progressive dispensationalism teach a posttribulational rapture? 285
Ch. 14 Interpretation regarding the millennium and the eternal state 307
Ch. 15 Dangers of progressive dispensationalism to premillennial theology 327
Ch. 16 Is progressive dispensationalism really dispensational? 343
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