A Dispensational Synopsis of the New Testament by Charles F Baker

By Charles F Baker

During this major paintings of two hundred plus pages, each New testomony booklet is taken into account. An emphasis on each one book's targeted dispensational good points is obviously, consisely recommend.

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Why all of the arguing and hassle in conference if there were no differences? In Chapter 1:6-9 Paul speaks of “another gospel" (heteros), which is "not another" (allos). How can another not be another? Paul did not make such a contradictory statement. He used two different Greek words, as indicated. Vine, in his Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words, states: Allos expresses a numerical difference and denotes another of the same sort; heteros expresses a qualitative difference and denotes another of a different sort (p.

And this identification is not by or through the means of ceremonial baptism. Spirit baptism is the only work able to accomplish such a tremendous work as putting a person into Christ. Chapter 7 refers to the Law twenty-one times. It first explains how a person who was once under the Law can be freed from that relationship, using marriage as an illustration. A woman becomes flee from the law of her husband if the husband dies. Death is the only thing which frees from the Law. Likewise, we have become dead to the Law by the body of Christ--by being identified with Him when His body hung upon the cross.

Paul does not say his ministry is the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies; he quotes these passages simply for illustration. For example, in dealing with equality in Christian giving he illustrates the point by referring to Exodus 16:18, "As it is written. " There is nothing here which denies the distinctive and unique revelation of the Mystery. Chapter 3 of this epistle does pose some very definite dispensational problems. " The New Testament or Covenant was promised to the house of Israel and the house of Judah in Jeremiah 31:31.

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