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While the author does not recognize Bible Dispensations, his lack of understanding of Bible basics '"101" fails to take into consideration that the Bible is also structured on God's Covenants with man. He violates the common over-simplification of most churches by treating the Bible as a two-covenant book, i.e., Old and New Covenants (Testaments). The Bible identifies eight covenants in his dealing with man. His lack of understanding results in his failure to distinguish between Israel and the Church and misleads his readers.
The topic of "Typology" was all but lost a century ago and it serves as a guide to know that God does not always declare doctrine in the simplistic of ways.Read more ›
Edward Kurath, Golden, Colorado
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Michael's evaluation of the subject through the eyes of a lawyer is very good. He bases his arguments on scripture at each point. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Paul Weston
Very informative, he makes a great case for a post-tribulation rapture, very scriptural and logical. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Emptysack
This book is spot on. I can't remember that last time I have heard a pastor preach on the wrath and judgment of God, let alone the book Revelation Yes he is a loving and forgiving... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Steve Hancock
I have not finished the book yet. I do not have a problem with the authors views but he seems to alway want to compare to what others teach in a critical manner. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Charles