The Eternal Plan of God: Dispensations- Covenant Promises- Salvation

Author: Don T. Phillips

ISBN 978-1-62137-871-6 (hardcover)

124 Pages

 

BOOK DESCRIPTION

In the Book of Genesis, it is recorded that God made the earth and everything in it. When Adam and Eve committed the first sin, they were cast out of the Garden of Eden. The Biblical Record will show that almost 6000 years have passed since man inherited and began to populate the earth. During this period of time God has dealt with mankind over seven distinct periods of time called dispensations. The Holy Scriptures also record eight major covenants that God made with man in which He promised blessings and favor if man obeys the conditions set forth in each covenant. When man disobeyed and sinned against God, he suffered the consequences. As man was punished or blessed, God would give signs of His faithfulness and enduring patience. It is important to understand the nature and character of God as man seeks redemption and salvation. The progressive revelation of God and how He will redeem sinful man defines and clarifies one of the most important question that could ever be asked: What is the eternal plan of God to redeem and save mankind? This book will carefully examine each dispensation, covenant and sign and discuss the role that each plays in the eternal plan of God. It is believed that this is the first book to discuss dispensations and covenants as a unified topic. The set of eight signs given to man also appear to be defined in this book for the first time.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Don T. Phillips is a teacher of the word and a long time student of prophecy. He believes in the inerrancy of scripture, and the saving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. Don has taught Sunday School classes for over 30 years. He is currently a Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and a member of Aldersgate United Methodist Church.

 



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