Item description for Death of the Church Victorious by Ovid Need...
Death of the Church Victorious traces, with abundant documentation, the roots and modern growth of ''Protestant Zionism'' and dispensational theology, i.e., God working in different ways in different periods of time, from its roots in the late 1700s to the late 1900s. The new and unique ideas presented during that time were considered unorthodox, even heresy. But through dedication and hard work, men such as John Darby, George Mller, Hudson Taylor and Dwight Moody changed Christianity from victory to defeat, and exalted ''Zionism'' over the ''Gospel Church.'' Now non-dispensational theology is considered unorthodox. Moody's Northfield conferences, the Civil War and the publication of Scofield's popular Reference Bible allowed ''Zionism'' and dispensationalism to become legitimate Biblical doctrines in America. 484 pages, paperback
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Studio: Sovereign Grace Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 5.64" Height: 1.17" Weight: 1.39 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2002
Publisher Sovereign Grace Publishers
ISBN 158960301X ISBN13 9781589603011
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Great book, but quotations could be more concise Nov 21, 2003
This is an significant and well-documented book for anyone wanting to understand the hertical theology of pre-tribulation dispensationalism that has unfortunately permeated many Protestant churches. The propagation of this false teaching has become so widespread that many dispensationalist Christians actually think that their theology is "traditional" Christianity. The fact is that dispensationalism is only only a couple centuries old at most and was considered a false teaching by most theologians until relatively recently. All dispensational Christians should read Rev. Need's book and get out of their heresy.
My only criticism is the author's habit of quoting whole paragraphs and even pages of text when in many cases only few sentences would do. I found this a little distracting, since it often requires the reader to search the entire quote for the essential proof text. I think Rev. Need could make these quotations more concise, which would improve the readability of the book. But that is just my personal opinion, others may appreciate the extended quotes.