By Charles F Baker
During this major paintings of two hundred plus pages, each New testomony ebook is taken into account. An emphasis on every one book's distinct dispensational positive factors is obviously, consisely recommend.
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This does not mean the preacher of today must continue to go to Jews first before he can go to the Gentiles. Romans 1:16 is simply a statement of historical fact. The gospel is now going to everyone, but it went to the Jew first historically. Every one who was a descendant of Judah, or who adopted the Jew's religion, was known as a Jew. However, in 2:29 Paul narrows his definition of a Jew to one who is such inwardly, and then he asks, "What advantage then hath the Jew? " We might ask, what spiritual advantage does a child have who is reared in a godly Christian home by godly parents over one who is born into a godless, heathen home with unsaved parents?
But even on that glorious day, when the evidence was so wonderfully given that the One who had died on the Cross is risen, and at God's right hand, the truth concerning the church, the Mystery was not made known. Peter did not preach a word about the church. The Lord chose Saul of Tarsus, the persecutor of the church, as steward of this hidden Mystery. It was revealed to him. " The apostles and prophets (New Testament prophets and teachers) also received the truth concerning the Mystery, but as under him, to whom the Lord gave the revelation first of all.
In both Paul spends considerable time in defending his apostleship and the distinctiveness of the revelation which was given to him. Actually there are only two Chapters (3 and 5) which are distinctly dispensational in character, although there are a few scattered ideas in other chapters having a dispensational bearing which we shall consider first of all. The first is that which we have already mentioned, Paul's defense of his unique apostleship. The very fact God called another apostle, separate and distinct from the Twelve, is in itself an evidence of dispensational change.
A Dispensational Synopsis of the New Testament by Charles F Baker