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The Differences between Covenant and Dispensational Theology

Covenant theology and dispensational theology are two major schools of thought when it comes to interpreting the Bible. This article delves into the differences between the two frameworks, including their views on God’s promises, eschatology, the role of the law, and their interpretation of the Bible as a whole.

By understanding these differences, Christians can gain a deeper understanding of the Bible and their faith.

Mid Acts: A Unique Perspective on God’s Grace

Mid Acts Dispensationalism is a theological framework that offers a unique perspective on the Dispensation of the Grace of God and the role of the Apostle Paul in revealing God’s plan for this present dispensation.

This perspective emphasizes the distinction between Israel and the Body of Christ; and places a strong emphasis on the writings of the Apostle Paul.

Critics argue that Mid Acts Dispensationalism places too much emphasis on the teachings of Paul at the expense of the rest of the New Testament and can create a sense of division between the teachings of Paul and the teachings of Jesus and the other apostles.

Despite these criticisms, Mid Acts Dispensationalism remains a significant perspective within eschatology and biblical studies.


Israel’s Promise Of A Kingdom On Earth

The Israelites were promised a Land, a King, and a Kingdom by God. Their people were to become a kingdom of priests and be a holy nation for God, bringing salvation to the Gentile nations.

Peter vs Paul

Peter vs Paul

Despite the fact that Peter and Paul preached different gospels, there is no conflict between them because they preached to two different audiences.

Ephesians 4:5

Ephesians 4:5 One Lord, one faith, one baptism,

Clearly there is more than ONE BAPTISM in scripture. Therefore, the ONE BAPTISM Paul is speaking about has to be unique/separate from the other Baptism concerning the people Christ sent Paul to. Before I actual show you from scripture what the one baptism is, it is imperative that I first demonstrate from scripture two things.