New Book Addresses 'Myths' about Dispensational Theology

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Professor of Theology offers a summary of the core beliefs of Dispensational theology and a critique of common myths about Dispensationalism.

Theological Studies Press has announced the release of its newest book--"Dispensationalism: Essential Beliefs and Common Myths." The author, Michael J. Vlach, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Theology at The Master's Seminary in Sun Valley, California.

"Dispensationalism is a popular but controversial system of theology that addresses the relationship of Israel and the church," says Vlach. "Unfortunately, there have been several faulty misrepresentations about this view that simply need to be addressed."

That is why Vlach wrote a book explaining the "six essential beliefs" of Dispensationalism and the "five myths" that need to be discarded.

According to Vlach, this book is primarily concerned with clarifying issues related to Dispensationalism.

"I am a dispensationalist myself," declares Vlach. "And I have become concerned that Dispensationalism is now being erroneously defined by its opponents. I want to set the record straight on what dispensationalists actually believe."

According to Vlach, the book is purposely brief (73 pp.). "I wanted to create a resource that was scholarly and well documented, but also easy to read. This book does not get bogged down in a lot of technical detail. It can be used for personal use or for discussion in a Bible study."

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