Jason McIntyre provides “A couple of links and resources contra Dispensationalism“:
Dispensationalism: an Overview and Critique, A Peculiar Hermeneutic With Errors [74 min. audio] = An excellent, but short, overview by Pastor Al Martin. I like how Martin compares differing schools of Dispensationalism to different flavours of mustard carefully avoiding the term ‘hyper.’
Covenant Theology vs. Dispensationalism [1689Federalism.com 14 min. video feat. Richard Barcellos, James Renihan & Sam Renihan] = More specificially, Particular Baptist CT as expressed in the second London Baptist Confession of 1689. I’ve watched this video a few times and recommend it.
A Study of Dispensationalism [ebook] by A. W. Pink = I had my doubts about Dispensationalism long before I gave up the system for good and Pink’s work was helpful in pointing out some of the errors of this hermeneutic.
Some further links our Bapti-bots dug up:
3 mp3s from Brian Borgman’s “A Survey of Church History” series:
Previous post we’ve done on this topic:
2013 Deep South Founders Conference: God’s Covenant Pre-Conference Debate:
On Thursday evening, January 17, 2013 (6:30 pm) Dr. Samuel E. Waldron and Dr. Elliott E. Johnson debated the topic of Covenant Theology vs Dispensationalism in the chapel of the Reformed Theological seminary, Jackson MS. Dr. Johnson serves as Senior Professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary.
2 Hour & 18 minute Covenant Theology vs Dispensationalism [mp3]:
a lengthy quote by Sam Waldron from The Reformed Baptist Theological Review 2009 (107-112): From Sam Waldron’s review of Barry Horner’s book Future Israel: Why Christians Anti-Judaism Must Be Challenged
Just about everyone now realizes the folly of Harold Camping in trying to set a date for the return of Christ. But in this May 23, 2011 episode of Pastor Jeff Riddle’s Word Magazine podcast, we see another problem with Camping’s eschatology: the secret rapture of the church.