Chafer - Dispensationalism

Chafer Dispensationalism

A study on Dispensationalism by a dispensationalist

In this five chapter work, Chafer (Congregationalist) presents Dispensationalism. He looks at the Creatures of Dispensationalism_(angels, Gentiles, Jews, Christians), the Doctrine, and Dispensationalism_in the Light of Divine Grace.

AIM: Congregationalist.
CIM:_Dispensationalism.
Version: 1.1 June 13, 2014

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Contents of Chafer – Dispensationalism

Chapter I. Introduction to_Dispensationalism
1. The Word Dispensation
2. Misleading Apprehensions

Chapter II. The Creatures of God Viewed DISPENSATIONALLY
1. The Angels
2. The Gentiles
3. The Jews
4. The Christians

Chapter III. Scripture Doctrine Viewed DISPENSATIONALLY
1. An Acceptable Standing on the Part of Man Before God
a. Divine Grace upon Israel
b. Divine Grace upon Christians
2. A Divinely Specified Manner of Life
3. A Divinely Appointed Service
4. A Righteous Ground for Forgiveness and Cleansing
5. A Revelation of the Human Responsibility for Securing Divine Forgiveness and Cleansing
6. An Effective Basis for Worship and Prayer
7. A Future Hope
a. The Future of This Life
b. The Intermediate State
c. Resurrection
d. Eternal Life
e. The Covenanted Davidic Kingdom

Chapter IV. Dispensationalism_in the Light of Divine Grace
1. The Divine Freedom to Act in Behalf of Sinful Men
2. The Divine Purpose in This Age a Complete Demonstration of Grace
3. God’s Grace in Covenant Form
a. An Unconditional Covenant
i. The Abrahamic Covenant
ii. The Davidic Covenant
iii. The Gospel of Divine Grace
iv. The New Covenant for Israel
b. A Conditional Covenant

Chapter V. Conclusion

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