Item description for For Zion's Sake: Christian Zionism and the Role of John Nelson Darby (Studies in Evangelical History and Thought) by Paul Richard Wilkinson & Thomas Ice...
Overview This groundbreaking book challenges decades of misrepresentation of Christian Zionism and questionable theology, exploding the myth that J. N. Darby stole the doctrine of the pretribulation rapture from his contemporaries. By revealing the truth behind the man and his message, Paul Wilkinson vindicates Darby and spotlights the imminent return of the Lord Jesus Christ as the center piece of his theology.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.07" Height: 0.74" Weight: 1.04 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2008
Series Studies In Evangelical History A
ISBN 1842275690 ISBN13 9781842275696
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More About Paul Richard Wilkinson & Thomas Ice
Paul Wilkinson holds a BSc in Mathematics from York University, and a BA, MA, and PhD in Theology from Manchester University. He has studies at the International School of Holocaust Studies in Jerusalem, and is currently writing on philo-Semitism. He is Assistant Minister at Hazel Grove Full Gospel Church in Stockport, Cheshire.
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Dispensationalism in its True Light Jun 7, 2008
For Zion's Sake is an excellent panoramic view of Dispensationalism in light of the Bible and also of the Church's knowledge and understanding of Israel's role and purpose in the unfolding of countless prophecies in our day. This book will also bring to light the inaccurate and misleading views extant to this day as to John Nelson Darby's role in bringing these precious Bible Truths to light at a time when "higher criticism" was blurring the clear teachings from the Bible as to Israel's role in the return of Jesus Christ and the establishment of His earthly kingdom. I strongly recommend this book to the serious student of the Bible.