Hermeneutics, Dispensationalism, and Premillennialism

Prophetic Hope in the Writings of Arno C. Gaebelein

Comparison of Progressive and Traditional Dispensationalism

Why are Dispensationalists So Interested in Prophecy?

Émile Guers: An Early Darbyite Response to Irvingism and a Precursor to Charles Ryrie

A Dispensational Response to the Knox Seminary Open Letter to Evangelicals

Literal Hermeneutics, Theological Method, and the Essence of Dispensationalism

Are Traditional Dispensationalists Non-literal in the New Testament?

Hermeneutics and Matthew 13: Part One

Hermeneutics and Matthew 13: Part Two

Progressive Dispensationalism

An Essentialist  Response To Robert A. Pyne’s “The New Man in an Immoral Society:  Expectations Between the Times”

The two articles below are part of the discussion of the Dispensational Study Group of the Evangelical Theological Society, San Diego, November 2007.  Brent Sandy updated his thought relative to his earlier book Plowshares and Pruning Hooks.  His article below is modified slightly from the one that he actually gave at the Study Group.  He has given me permission to post it here at my website.  My response as given at the Dispensational Study Group is posted below it.

“Plowshares and Pruning Hooks and the Hermeneutics of Dispensationalism” by D. Brent Sandy

Response to D. Brent Sandy’s Paper: “Plowshares and Pruning Hooks and the Hermeneutics of Dispensationalism” by Mike Stallard

The Temple in the Olivet Discourse and Other New Testament Texts

Is the Doctrine of the Second Coming Too Negative?

The Rapture of the Church

A Comparison of J. Oliver Buswell’s Mid-Trib Position with the Pre-Wrath Rapture View

The Post-Trib and Amillennial Use Of 2 Thessalonians 1

Review: The Rapture Plot

Review: The Rapture Question Answered: Plain and Simple

Book Reviews

Review — Standing With Israel

Review — The Fig Tree: An Analysis of the Past, Present and Future of National Israel

Review — The Rapture Plot

Review — The Rapture Question Answered: Plain and Simple

A Review of R. C. Sproul’s The Last Days According to Jesus

Review — On the Road to Armageddon: How Evangelicals Became Israel’s Best Friend

Individual Eschatology

Supplement to Personal Eschatology

Current Events, Christian Zionism, and Pop Culture

On the Road to Armageddon: How Evangelicals Became Israel’s Best Friend

Zeitgeist and the New Millennium

The Influence of Zionism on the Dispensationalism of Arno. C. Gaebelein

Is Dispensationalism Hurting American Political Policies in the Middle East?