This World is Not My Home
Sperry and Scofield are the two most significant figures in systemising and popularising the Dispensationalist belief's of J. N. Darby. Williams traces the development of dispensationalism as a cultural and theological critique on 19th century America and England and...
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Sperry and Scofield are the two most significant figures in systemising and popularising the Dispensationalist belief's of J. N. Darby.
Williams traces the development of dispensationalism as a cultural and theological critique on 19th century America and England and its influence on the current instinctive spiritual beliefs of America. He analyses the internal logic that dispensationalists attempt to apply to their theology and the notable changes that are taking place within it today.
The themes of the second book in this series are Missionary tales and remarkable conversions. Other themes covered in the series are Living for God and the value of scripture Missionary Tales and Remarkable Conversions; Honouring God and Dramatic Deliverances; Faithful Witnesses and Childhood Faith.Joel Beeke and Diana Kleyn have taken a selection of real life incidents and fictional narratives and developed them into a series of devotional books for children aged 712.Scriptural references throughout the book use the King James Version of the Bible and the questions are also based on this version.The stories themselves include a good mixture of historical adventure childhood experiences remarkable instances of conversion and dramatic edge of your seat rescues from danger.
Michael D. Williams (PhD, University of Toronto) Professor of Systematic Theology was an adult convert to the Christian faith, Dr. Williams was a professor of theology at Dordt College for six years before joining Covenant Seminary's faculty in 1996. Dr. Williams has a strong reputation among Reformed and evangelical theologians. He has written particularly in the areas of the nature of theology and theological method, and history. Dr. Williams served as a youth pastor for three years. His publications include This World Is Not My Home: The Origins and Development of Dispensationalism, Why I Am Not an Arminian (with colleague Robert A. Peterson), and Far as the Curse is Found: The Covenant Story of Redemption.