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By Charles F Baker

During this major paintings of two hundred plus pages, each New testomony ebook is taken into account. An emphasis on each one book's specific dispensational beneficial properties is obviously, consisely recommend.

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First, he speaks of death, which he calls the dissolution of our earthly tabernacle and a state of being naked or unclothed or absent from the body. Next, he speaks of the intermediate state, in case death overtakes us as "absent from the body... " Paul distinguishes between the mortal and the corruptible, and the immortal and the incorruptible. Mortals are living people who are capable of death. They will put on immortality at the time of the Rapture. The corruptible are those who have died.

Actually there are only two Chapters (3 and 5) which are distinctly dispensational in character, although there are a few scattered ideas in other chapters having a dispensational bearing which we shall consider first of all. The first is that which we have already mentioned, Paul's defense of his unique apostleship. The very fact God called another apostle, separate and distinct from the Twelve, is in itself an evidence of dispensational change. Paul was not called, as some suppose, because the Twelve had failed, or to take the place of Judas and thus become one of the Twelve, in which case there would have been no dispensational change intimated.

It should be noted Paul does not say these prophecies are being fulfilled in God's present program, but rather that he is using them by way of illustration or secondary application. The epistle ends with a reference to what Paul calls "my gospel," and "the preaching of Jesus Christ according to the revelation of the Mystery, which was kept secret since the world began" (16:25). It is important to see Paul had received the revelation of the Mystery before the end of the Acts period, which fact is a sufficient answer to what is called Acts 28 dispensationalism.

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