Michael J. Vlach



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Has the Church Replaced Isr...

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Dispensationalism: Essentia...

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He Will Reign Forever: A Bi...

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Premillennialism: Why There...

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How Does the New Testament ...

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20 Tips for Writing Seminar...

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Philosophy 101: The Big Ide...

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The Church as a Replacement...

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“For most of church history good Christians have disagreed on the millennium, and millennial views should not become barriers of fellowship. On the other hand, the millennium is not some incidental doctrine that doesn’t really matter. It is a major part of the Bible’s storyline and involves the nature and timing of Jesus’ kingdom.”
Michael Vlach, Premillennialism: Why There Must Be a Future Earthly Kingdom of Jesus

“El significado principal de los textos del Antiguo Testamento no es primordialmente dependiente de la interpretación ó reinterpretación  del Nuevo Testamento. El Nuevo Testamento puede, con la revelación progresiva, dar luz a los pasajes del Antiguo Testamento, ofrecer un comentario, o añadir aplicaciones adicionales o referencias, pero el Nuevo Testamento nunca anula la intención original de los escritores del Antiguo Testamento.”
Michael Vlach, DISPENSACIONALISMO: CREENCIAS ESENCIALES Y MITOS COMUNES



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