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Dispensational Hermeneutics

This is the latest book (2023) by Michael Vlach. This is a companion volume to his small book (both books are around 100 pages) Dispensationalism (2017). To a knowlegable dispensatinalist this book would be standard hermeneutical fare. Yet I found it refreshing because he interacts with current trends such as Progressive Covenantalism and Replacement Theology. […]


This is a 2017 revised and updated edition of Michael Vlach’s 2008 book. I found this to be helpful as an overview of where dispensationalism is today, and also a good source for definitions and explanations. Vlach is the theology professor at Master’s Seminary. He is a pretribulational premillennialist. He puts historical dispensationalism into the […]