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Author Name    Mauro, Philip


Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   NEW

Publisher    HP

Seller ID   5125

The True Gospel of the Kingdom with an Examination of Modern Dispensationalism. CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION The spread of "Dispensationalisrn" and the wide acceptance of the "Scofield Bible" as an authority. The need of a careful ex­ amination of this new system of doctrine and of the new "Bible" by which it is propagated. The relation of Dispensationalism to the "fundamental" truths of Christianity. The divisive effect of "dispensational teaching."..... CHAPTER 1. TWENTIETH CENTURY DISPENSATIONALISM: WHAT? AND WHENCE? Dispensationalism defined. A radical system of doctrine. De­ serves the name of "Modernism.' Had its rise among the "Ply­ mouth Brethren." Its basic doctrine (concerning the Kingdom of God) a revival of ancient Rabbinism. Some pressing questions touching this new system of teaching...... CHAPTER 2. THE "SEVEN DISPENSATIONS" VIEWED IN THE LIGHT OF SCRIPTURE . What is a "dispensation"? Does the Bible distinguish seven dis­ pensations? Was there a dispensation of "Innocence"? of "Con­ science"? Another of "Human Government"? another of "Promise"? and so on? Did Israel reject grace when they ac­ cepted the law? Did they have an opportunity to choose be­ tween law and grace? Was the gift of God's law to Israel a curse to that people? Does grace abolish law?..... CHAPTER 3. THE LAW AND THE GOSPEL The two grand divisions of the Bible: the old covenant and the new; or the law and the gospel. God has spoken. to the fathers - to us. The law of Moses was an unspeakable blessing to Israel. Testimonies of the Old Testament to this truth. What the New Testament says about it. Paul's teaching in Romans and Galatians...... CHAPTER 4. THE BEGINNING OF THE GOSPEL When did the gospel-era begin? The proclamation of the King­ dom of God. What Kingdom did Jesus announce? Are there two different Kingdoms of God? Was the Kingdom of God of­ fered to the Jews and rejected by them? Examination of the proof-texts cited to support this novel doctrine. Strange mis­ statements in the notes of the "Scofield Bible."..... CHAPTER 5. THE KINGDOM OF GOD: HAS IT BEEN POSTPONED "The word of the Kingdom" is God's special message for this era. It is THE GOSPEL. It is 'in the Holy Spirit: It is the ful­ filment of the voices of the prophets and of the shadows of the law. The important texts of the N. T. that speak of the King­ dom are ignored in the 'Scofield Bible" - 118 references in all being passed by in silence. What those neglected passages reveal. The Spirit's definition of the Kingdom: What it is not, and what it is. To be translated into the Kingdom is salvation...... CHAPTER 6. THE GOSPELS: TO WHAT DISPENSATION DO THEY BELONG The new doctrine that the Gospels belong to the era of the law is dangerous error. It contradicts the teaching of Christ Him­ self. The settled Christian doctrine as to this is termed by the Scofield Bible a "notion" and "a legacy from Roman Catholic The­ ology." The new "dispensational teaching" accords with that of Judaism and that of Romanism. It savors also of Russellism. CHAPTER 7. THE KINGDOM "AT HAND." THE ORDER OF REVELATION The meaning of the phrase "at hand." What was the divine .. order of revelation" when Christ appeared to Israel? If the Jews were (and rightly) expecting the restoration of the Davidii Kingdom and if Christ 'offered" it to them. why did they "reject' it? Peter's testimony as to the era, of blessing foretold by the prophets. Paul's testimony agrees..... CHAPTER 8. THE KINGDOM FORETOI,D BY THE PROPHETS The prophets of Israel foretold salvation for all nations, and thl building of the true House of God. This two- fold work is wha God is accomplishing in the present gospel-era. Pertinent proph phecies examined. The earthly kingdom given to Israel in th days of Samuel was a punishment for their rejection of God The restoration of that Kingdom was never promised. Proph ecies relating specially to David. The N. T. shows that thes were gospel-promises and are fulfilled in the resurrection of Jesu Christ. ..... CHAPTER 9. THE KINGDOM FORETOLD BY THE PROPHETS (CONTINUED) Christ's parables clearly prove that the Kingdom of heaven i now. This is virtually admitted in the "Scofield Bible. "Furthe proof that the Kingdom preached by Christ and the earthly dc minion expected by the Jews are not the same. Prophecies b Isaiah; by David in the Psalms; by Jeremiah; by Zechariah Proof that all these are fulfilled in this present era of the gosple..... CHAPTER 10. THE LAW OF CHRIST The vital feature of every Kingdom is its Law. The Law of Go, as given in the N. T. is suited to a regenerated people scattered throughout the world. Hence it differs materially from His law as given in the O. T. to an earthly nation composed of natural men. The Gospel is "preached for obedience." Christ's Sermon on the Mount is the Law of His present Kingdom. Fundament­ alism vs. Modernism. Dispensationalisrn a house built on the sand. Dr. Scofield's teaching as to the Sermon on the Mount. The twO Mountains and the two Laws, Christ's "Sayings" can apply only to this gospel era...... CHAPTER 11. THE CHARACTER OF THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT The Sermon on the Mount is characterized throughout by grace. Analysis of its commandments. They are "not grievous." The vital importance of "the doctrine of Christ" to His people now. Law and Grace. Forgiveness of sins. Sins and debts distinguished. ..... CHAPTER 12. THE KINGDOM OF GOD COMING WITH POWER I By what event was Christ's prophecy in Mark 9: 1 fulfilled: Pentecost, or the Destruction of Jerusalem? The immense signi­ ficance of the latter event. Moses' prophecy thereof. The Times of the Gentiles and the Fulness of the Gentiles. Two continuing fulfilments of prophecy. Conclusive testimony of the Divine Authorship of the Bible. CHAPTER 13. HE LIMITETH A CERTAIN DAY Does prophecy predict another return of the Jews to Palestine? Is that "the hope of Israel"? Was it for preaching that as the hope of Israel that Paul was sent in chains to Rome? The Na­ tural and the Spiritual. Abraham's spiritual seed are the heirs of the promises. "Salvation in Zion for Israel." What is Salva­ tion? Where is Zion? Who are Israel? The Election hath ob­tained it. The present status of Zionism...... CHAPTER 14. THE HOPE OF ISRAEL Does the Bible foretell the restoration of the earthly Jewish na­ tion in a future day? Is there another salvation different from Gospel-salvation, and another day of salvation? A novel and sub­ versive doctrine. The new doctrine analysed. What manner of men will the Millennialites be? Are animal sacrifices to be re­ sumed hereafter? Are the abolished shadows of the law to be re-established ? ..... CHAPTER 15. So ALL ISRAEL SHALL BE SAVED Who are the "all Israel" of Romans 11: 26? Abraham's twO sons typify respectively his natural seed and his spiritual seed. Are "the bondwoman and her son" to be restored? Is the son of bondw~man to be a fellow-heir with the son of the freewoman? Romans IX, X and XI reviewed. The "good clive tree" and what it typifies and teaches. ..... CHAPTER 16. TRANSLATED INTO THE KINGDOM OF GOD'S SON Truth which, though fundamental, is much neglected today. The Kingdom, not the Church, the divine basis of unity. Preaching the Kingdom of God was the chief business of Christ and His apostles, especially Paul. Salvation is a change of allegiance and of governmental relationships. Reconciliation to God. Heart­ obedience the essence of true faith. Live faith contrasted with dead orthodoxy. Work yet to be accomplished by "this gospel of the Kingdom."


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