Category Archives: Dispensationalism

The Controversy of Zion

The Controversy of Zion and the Time of Jacob’s Trouble, Dalton Lifsey, Tauranga: Maskilim Publishing, 2011. Dalton Lifsey is a pastor in New Zealand and he has something to say about Israel and the end times that is slightly different … Continue reading

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Torah and Tradition, Answering Criticism Pt. 1

Shalom, friends. In this post I will begin answering the comments made by Charles which you can read on the “About Derek Leman and His Blog” page here. I think Charles’ comment is worthy of reply because it is a … Continue reading

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Is Dispensationalism Liberal?

Okay, forgive the sensationalist title. But it got you to look, didn’t it? My short answer is no, dispensationalists love the Bible and are famously conservative. But in an ironic way, their position on the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) agrees … Continue reading

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