GENERAL EDITORS James I. Fazio & Cory M. Marsh
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Refuting the claim that dispensational thought is a nineteenth century innovation, this book offers a much needed corrective on an age-old misconception. In Discovering Dispensationalism, a dozen leading scholars trace the development of dispensational thought from the world of late antiquity through the present day. Throughout the volume milestones that emerged over two millennia reflecting later dispensationalism are traced, noting the significance of this theological framework on Christianity in the twenty-first century.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
- Why the Need – Cory M. Marsh
Dispensational Thought in the Ancient Mediterranean:
- New Testament Era (AD 30-90) – James I. Fazio
- Patristic Era (100-250) – Paul A. Hartog
- Nicene Era (250-400) – Jeremiah Mutie
Dispensational Thought in Vintage Europe:
- Medieval Era (450-1450) – William C. Watson
- Reformation Era (1450-1600) – H. Wayne House and James I. Fazio
- Pre-Darby Era (1600-1800) – Mark A. Snoeberger
- John Nelson Darby (1800-1882) – Max Weremchuk
Dispensational Thought in Modern America:
- American Bible Conference Movement: Transition Across the Atlantic (1875–1910) – Larry D. Pettegrew
- Internal Developments: Grace Theology and Mid-Acts (1880-1930) – Phillip J. Long
- The Golden Years of Dispensationalism: Scofield to Lindsey (1900-1970) – Thomas Ice
- Further Internal Developments: The Progressive Movement (1980-present) – Darrell L. Bock
- Summing up: Retrospect and Prospect of Dispensational Thought – Cory M. Marsh and James I. Fazio
About the Editors:
James I. Fazio, Th.M., D.Min. is Professor of Biblical Studies and Dean of Bible and Theolgy at Southern California Seminary. He is the author and editor of several books and articles related to dispensational thought, and is currently completing a Ph.D. in history at Queens University Belfast.
Cory M. Marsh, Th.M., Ph.D. is Associate Professor of New Testament at Southern California Seminary. He has authored or edited multiple published essays, books, and articles in various academic journals and is a frequent conference speaker. Cory completed a Ph.D. in Biblical Theolgy at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kanas City.