For students and critics alike, take a careful read of this new work. Ryrie's Dispensationalism underscores the crucial issue of defense: a literal, plain, normal interpretation of the biblical text. Set aside your presuppositions and give Dispensationalism a careful hearing.
-Michael J. Easley, President Emeritus, Moody Bible Institute
For all who seek to either understand the biblical basis for dispensationalism or who feel the urge to criticize or dismiss dispensational theology, this book should be read first and foremost. Dr. Ryrie's contribution to theology and biblical interpretation is monumental. This is a must read!
-Mark L. Bailey, PhD, President, Dallas Theological Seminary
Their allegorizing hermeneutic is used for approximately one third of the Bible!
While there are certainly weaknesses in the dispensational position, Ryrie does a very thorough job of accurately describing this ever-popular theological viewpoint.
This is a great book and I recommend it highly to both friend and foe of normative dispensationalism.
This book offers a good look at the origin and structure of dispensational theology while countering some of the common misconceptions and biases many opponents of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Doug H.
For those who like to explore deeper in theology this is a great way to explore dispensations and dispensetionalism. Good for theology history too.Published 1 month ago by maria a. harrman
Clear, concise, confident, with respectful treatment of opposing views. If you want a sense of Dispensationalism, rather than relying on hearsay, this is the book to read.Published 1 month ago by fortibus85
I give Ryrie's "Dispensationalism" 5 stars because it is still the best resource to point people towards when they want a basic overview of what dispensationalism is, how... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jake Mitchell
Considering how much fire goes into the discussion between the two big hermeneutical systems, covenant theology and dispensationalism, I was surprised and edified by the irenic... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daniel Glover
If you enjoy the Bible, and want a method of putting it into a time frame with context in chronological order, this explains how that system was made. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Martha
This book is a required text for my studies in seminary. Prior to reading this text, I had very limited knowledge about this concept. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
modern take on dispensational theology great book to read with rightly dividing word of truth by scofield to compare and contrastPublished 8 months ago by Joshua Foote