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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Biblical Studies / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Age of Grace
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:250
  • Format:Soft Cover

A Case for Pauline Dispensationalism

Defining Paul's Gospel and Mission

by Carol Berubee

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Overview
This volume presents an argument for Pauline Dispensationalism, as distinct from the traditional view of Dispensationalism. The main premise is that Paul's ministry is distinct from that of the Lord Jesus Christ and His twelve Apostles. An intermediate knowledge of the Bible is recommended, but key concepts are defined and some basic information is explained as introductory. Maps and charts are included.
Description

There are numerous books available to the Christian who desires to study God's dispensational progam. A select few of these books begin to approach the subject from a Pauline perspective. Of those, one is either forced to concede to the argument that, after all, there is no real difference between Paul and the Twelve; or, one must ride the pendulum to the ultra-dispensationalist argument that the Church began with Paul, either at his conversion or later in his ministry. Is there a middle ground?

In this book, a survey of the dispensations, as well as the distinction between Israel and the Church is, of course, presented. Then, the argument turns to the distinctions between the Lord's earthly ministry and that of Paul; as well, much time is spent delineating the nuanced differences between the ministry of the Twelve and that of Paul. The conclusion is not that we must disregard any ministry other than Paul's but to put Paul first as the Apostle to the Gentiles, the prototype, the masterbuilder, and the recipient of the revelations of the mysteries.

About the author

Carol Berubee has been teaching Bible studies since 2000. Her passion is to glorify God by helping Christians know who they are in Christ.

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