I found this book disappointing, mainly because the discussions were so scholarly and complicated. The book is divided into three main sections on the topics of hermeneutics (i.e. Bible interpretation), the covenants, and the "Biblical promises to Israel and/or the Church" issue. Presented in debate (statement/response) format, the discussions are on at least a master's degree level if not above and will be far too complex (or boring) to the average layman (like myself). Statements such as the phrase "the issue of the intrabiblical, Christocentric hermeneutic' (from page 258) illustrate my point well. Not to mention that the issues raised and defended by the "progressive dispensationalists" seem to be unnecessary hair-splitting anyway. They should sit down and come back to the traditional dispensational fold. Chapter one was a good history of the dispensational ideology in American Christianity, which was what I had hoped the entire book would expand on. This was confusingly not the case.
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