Dispensationalism continues to provoke heated debate within the Christian world. Highly acclaimed theologian Dr. Charles C. Ryrie addresses this crucial issue from the perspective of classic dispensationalism.

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Charles Caldwell Ryrie, the dispensationalist scholar and Christian educator best known for the popular study Bible that bears his name, died Tuesday at age Ryrie was the author of more than 50 books and editor of the Ryrie Study Bible , which includes more than 10, footnotes by him. Ryrie was a master at biblical and theological synthesis. After DTS announced the news of his death, Christian leaders and seminarians shared tributes to the late scholar.

Charles Ryrie. Honored to have been his pastor, friend and prayer partner. Anyone can make the simple complex. Ryrie had worked on the Ryrie Study Bible with home Bible studies in mind, hoping to offer concise explanations of the text. Though Ryrie retired more than 30 years ago, another former student recalls his legacy at DTS.

Ryrie would announce the topic for the next class and tell us to be prepared. We never knew what to expect, so we had to work hard to be ready for anything. He lived in Dallas during his retirement, and is survived by three children and three grandchildren. CT regularly covers dispensationalism , theology , and Christian higher education.

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Dispensationalism, Revised and Expanded

What makes a dispensationalist? This outstanding work is available through The Friends of Israel. The following excerpt is used by permission. What marks off a person as a dispensationalist? What is the sine qua non the absolutely indispensable part of the system? The answer is threefold.


The Essentials of Dispensationalism

By Charles C. For many Christians it reminds them of the help and blessing the ministries and writings of dispensational Bible teachers have been to them. They recall Bible conferences, prophecy conferences, special meetings, or books that awakened in them their first real interest in studying the Bible seriously and in depth. For others, however, dispensationalism is something to be avoided like the plague. Perhaps they do not even begin to understand what it is, but, if they have heard about it, it has been in a negative way. Indeed, they may have been told that dispensational teaching is heretical.

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