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Darby, Dualism, and the Decline of Dispensationalism

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In Darby, Dualism, and the Decline of Dispensationalism, Ron Henzel argues that traditional Dispensationalism's current plight can be traced back to its founder, John Nelson Darby (1800-1882), although not for the reasons that non-Dispensationalists have generally assumed. Dispensationalism's critics have tended to focus on Darby's excessively literal approach to the inter ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published July 15th 2003 by Fenestra Books
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Stuart
Sep 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
Hard to follow along at times, but well worth it. Really shows just how much an almost gnostic duality influenced Darby (especially because he goes through the classic "I was converted, then got angry, then realized everyone was wrong and reconverted" story) which led to his foundations of Dispensationalism.

It's tough to read something critizing what you've been indoctrinated into believing was TRUTH for so long. Glad I read this though, and I plan on keeping it.
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