Understanding The Bible
STUDY REFERENCE
Clarence E. Mason's "INTRODUCTI0N TO DOCTRINE"
ESCHATOLOGY 1

 

 

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ESCHATOLOGY I
 

Section I - INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO SYLLABUS ON ESCHATOLOGY
A.  Preliminary Observations
B.  The Ages and Dispensations Compared and Related
C.  Mason's Dispensation Chart
D.  Opposition to Dispensationalism
E.  Contrasts Between the Non-Dispensational and the Dispensational View
F.  The Advantages of Dispensational Study
G.  An Historic Sketch of the Dispensational View of Biblical Study

Section II - THE AGES AND DISPENSATIONS
INTRODUCTION TO THE AGES AND DISPENSATIONS
A.  The Edenic Age and The Dispensation of Innocency  Genesis 1:28-3:6
B.  The Antediluvian Age and The Dispensation of Moral Responsibility (Conscience)  Genesis 3:7-8:14
C.  The Postdiluvian Age and The Dispensation of Human Rule (Government)  Genesis 8:15-11:26
D.  The Patriarchal Age and The Dispensation of Promise  Genesis 11:27-Exodus 18:27
E.  The Israelitish Age and the Dispensation of The Law  Exodus 19-Acts 1
F.  The Church Age and The Dispensation of Grace  Acts 2-Revelation 3
G.  The Age of Judgment and The Dispensation of Expectancy  Revelation 4-19
H.  The Age of the Millennium or Kingdom and The Dispensation of Divine Rule (Christ's Reign)  Revelation 20:1-15; 21:9-22:5

 

 

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