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About The Kingdom

The kingdom of God is the central theme of the New Testament. Without a proper grasp of the kingdom concept we cannot rightly comprehend biblical Christianity. Dispensationalism is famous for its dualistic aproach, wherein the ideas of the church and the kingdom are to be kept seperate and distinct at all times. This mentality, however, amounts to a pre-emption of the very heart of the gospel, which according to the New Testament, is the gospel of the kingdom.

In the following articles we explore some of the ramifications of dispensationalism's truncated understanding of the kingdom and what that means to our modern conception of Christianity.

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