Another dispensational straw man that critics love to set up so that they can knock down is the charge that dispensationalism is antinomian. Antinomian means without or against law. Those who set up this straw man charge that it is is not necessary for Christians to obey the so-called moral law of the Old Testament. … Continue reading Lawless? Another Dispensational Straw Man
A straw man is an intentional misrepresentation of an opponent’s position. The reason people set up straw men is because it is easier to defeat the straw man than it is to defeat the opponent’s real view. One of the most common dispensational straw men is the charge that dispensationalism teaches two ways of salvation. … Continue reading Two Ways of Salvation? A Dispensational Straw Man
Dispensationalism is a theological system that has been characterized by three essential elements: a consistently literal reading of the Bible, a separation between Israel and the Church, and that God’s overarching purpose is to glorify Himself. It is popularly known by certain doctrines such as the physical removal of the church to heaven (Rapture) before … Continue reading Too New to be True?